Brainiversity - Upgrade Your
If you are one of those who
like to be challenged with different tasks that make your brains work harder,
then you are definitely going to like Brainiversity
from Red Sprite Studios.
isn't the one with magnificent graphics or complicated story, but the one with
assignments that put your brains on toes if i can say so.
You are going to be trained in
four areas: Language, Math, Analysis and Memory.
When you start the game, you
meet a bulb called Edison. Edison is going to be
your guide and the only personality, except you, here.
This thing has got lots
of things to tell you - instructions, some interesting facts, jokes and words
The first thing you are to do is to enrol giving your name
and birth date.
Then you are to choose what to do next. There are three places
to go - Daily Exam, Practice or Report Card.
The whole structure of the game
reminds Mind Medley game a lot. You
have a place to practice the unlocked exercises and also a place to place for
better results. And after that your progress is registered in Report Card.
There are lots of different
kinds of tasks representing these four areas. They include Spelling Bee, Stroop
Test, Sort It, Shopping List, Math Grid, Remember Me?, Phone Numbers, Perfect
Match, Add It Up, Shape Count, Math Function, Alphabet Soup, First & Last,
Find Me, Visual Memory and Word Maker.
As to the puzzles themselves,
some of them are very simple, some are not. But there is a challenge part even in the
simple and easy ones as you need to do as much of the task as you can within a minute.
example, you can be asked to find all letter F's in a number of words or to
pick a total sum of all sides of different geometric figures shown or to click
on the color of a word that you see, not that you read or to memorize phone
numbers or to make as many words as you can out of a number of letters.
After each round
you are shown your results on a chart. You can even be given stars as a
motivation if you are good enough.
The game definitely great for
making your brains work. And I think it would be so good for children who are
old enough to play it.
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