The SwitchLite aims people willing to pay less, or non-gamers.
Brain Training aims people willing to pay less, or non-gamers.
This Brain Training game can't be played on a SwitchLite.
That is JWeinCom's point.
Not really. The Switch lite is for those who just want a mobile only Switch experience, or just need another Switch in the family, not necessarily hardcore gamers. The Regular Switch is for everyone else. Nintendo specifically markets the lite as a complimentary product to the flagship Switch, rather than a replacement. So Nintendo can still design games primarily for the regular system if they still want to, since demand for that system is still strong with both casual and core gamers.