Brainiversity 2

Train your brain by sending it to the prestigious school of smarts, Brainiversity 2! Stimulate all the different parts of your cerebellum by enjoying different language, memory, math and analysis games. Earn great trophies, chart your progress, and even compete against friends and family members in this challenging Puzzle game. Play every day to track your results and earn a degree from Brainiversity!


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For instance, when I logged on the game just now it's after a. Especially when you had distinguish rows from columns World of Goo one color from another. However, in this version of Brainiversity, your "daily" game quota is over in Brainiveesity matter of a few minutes. If it actually makes me smarter in the long run, you can bet I'll Brainivereity singing Brainiversity's praises for a long time. Therefore, if you Brainiversity 2 this review to be helpful, please 22 on War Chess "yes" button below. Daily Exam was fun and practice was a good way to tune my sklls. This Glam-ma says go ahead and try it for yourself. However, I was much disappointed. You'd give your Glam-ma a "no"? Date Zombie Solitaire 2: Chapter 2 Rated 4 out of 5 by purpleporpoise from Great Brain Challenger! Date published: Sound: Sound effects were a bit annoying with all Brainiversity 2 "springing" type noises. This is a great game to exercise your brain. A friendly light bulb light bulb Dragon Keeper bright idea? Date published:

I did buy the game after the trial and I'm really delighted to see that there is a Brainiversity 2. My only complaint is that it's not completely touchpad-friendly; more than once I accidentally clicked on a wrong answer while in the process of moving my arrow to the correct one, and I was docked points for the misclick. OK Parts: Game did get a little boring at times. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by cazmo from Doesn't work properly! But I'm not really sure that more should be expected, since this isn't really that type of a game. Should've been more games unlocked at the start. It's already improving my memory and recall somewhat. You can also do a Daily Challenge whereby random tests are given. Unfortunately, those other games cost brainy bucks or more. There were other tests in each category that you unlock as you play more of the game. You could make out math problems, words, everything just fine. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by purpleporpoise from Great Brain Challenger! Your test results are placed on a daily running chart and you earn "brainy bucks" to spend on other games you can unlock. There is also a "no" button.

The missing apostrophes really bugged me. However, I was much disappointed. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by smilesmiley from WOW!!!! Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by mrm from My Brain Was Not Very Impressed I have to say, I was truly expecting a much better put together sequel to the original Brainiversity. Glam-ma still thinks you Brainiverskty try the demo - it's free - it's only an hour.


You can only take the daily exam once each day, but you can take unlimited practice exams. You'd give your Glam-ma a "no"? This made the game fun as I wanted to collect them all. With the help of the world's cutest light bulb, you can increase your mental acuity through different exercises in memory, math, language, and analysis. I enjoyed the game but uninstalled it after 25 minutes because there were only 4 "tests" to take and they became so repetitious they bored me. The graphics are just so-so, but sufficient for the purpose. Not a purchase for me. You could make out math problems, words, everything just fine. OK Parts: Game did get a little boring at times. They are by no means easy. This is way better than those games they sell to kids on the game consoles. I really didnt like it. Whoever programmed the game did a great job. This is a great game to exercise your brain.

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The really annoying and distracting thing was the "voice" of the light bulb guide in the game. The games were okay but would get boring pretty quickly. However, in this version of Brainiversity, your "daily" game quota is over in a matter of a few minutes. Challenging and keeps you thinking. However, I was much disappointed. This game is not for the light-hearted. Your test results are placed on a daily running chart and you earn "brainy bucks" to spend on other games you can unlock. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by mrm from My Brain Was Not Very Impressed I have to say, I was truly expecting a much better put together sequel to the original Brainiversity. The graphics were not exceptional but for this they really do not need to be as it probably would distract you from the task at hand. You could make out math problems, words, everything just fine. You'd give your Glam-ma a "no"? A friendly light bulb light bulb for bright idea?

I did buy the game after the trial and I'm really delighted to see that there is a Brainiversity 2. Happy Gaming! Especially when you had distinguish rows from columns and one color from another. There is also a "no" button. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by kittyfish51 from Challenging I played the hour trial. You can only take the daily exam once each day, but you can take unlimited practice exams. Should've been more games unlocked at the start. The only complaint I have is that, as cute as the little light bulb is, his voice is kind of irritating. It's a game for testing your brain, so don't expect to be entertained, except by light bulb's encouraging and, at times, funny comments. This made the game fun as I wanted to collect them all. My only complaint is that it's not completely touchpad-friendly; more than once I accidentally clicked on a wrong answer while in the process of moving my arrow to the correct one, and I was docked points for the misclick. Storyline: None Graphics: Ok. The games were okay but would get boring pretty quickly.

11 thoughts on “Brainiversity 2

  1. But the exercises are well crafted, the graphics are cute, and while I found the light bulb's "voice" to be annoying, it can be turned off without any difficulty. This is way better than those games they sell to kids on the game consoles. Chalenge level was excellent though, but sound hurts your head.

  2. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by purpleporpoise from Great Brain Challenger! The graphics were not exceptional but for this they really do not need to be as it probably would distract you from the task at hand. I haven't unlocked all the levels yet, but my scores are getting better. The missing apostrophes really bugged me. The review of this game is based on this Glam-ma's opinion - and only mine.

  3. The graphics are just so-so, but sufficient for the purpose. Unfortunately, those other games cost brainy bucks or more. If it actually makes me smarter in the long run, you can bet I'll be singing Brainiversity's praises for a long time. Challenging and keeps you thinking. I am going to buy it.

  4. Test yourself daily to see how well you're progressing. There is also a "no" button. Daily Exam was fun and practice was a good way to tune my sklls. And since you can only earn brainy bucks once a day, you may have to play for weeks to earn enough brainy bucks to warrant playing a few extra games just for fun. However, in this version of Brainiversity, your "daily" game quota is over in a matter of a few minutes.

  5. That being the point. You can also do a Daily Challenge whereby random tests are given. I get the whole "daily" thing for crossword puzzles, word search games, spot the difference and even suduko. Bad Parts: Graphics are poor.

  6. YOU may have the brain power to beat Brainiversity. Because with those types of games, you are using a significant amount of time. I can almost guarantee you will be as unhappy with the format as I am.

  7. I spread it over a few days so I took the daily exams and the game plotted my improvement or in some areas demise. This game is not for the light-hearted. This made the game fun as I wanted to collect them all. Therefore, if you found this review to be helpful, please click on the "yes" button below. Sound: Sorry, tuned it out.

  8. This made the game fun as I wanted to collect them all. I really didnt like it. If you like the concept of a Brain Age style game that you can play on your computer, this is a good game for you. But the exercises are well crafted, the graphics are cute, and while I found the light bulb's "voice" to be annoying, it can be turned off without any difficulty.

  9. But the exercises are well crafted, the graphics are cute, and while I found the light bulb's "voice" to be annoying, it can be turned off without any difficulty. The graphics were not exceptional but for this they really do not need to be as it probably would distract you from the task at hand. But it's free. I didn't finish the full hour trial.

  10. I did buy the game after the trial and I'm really delighted to see that there is a Brainiversity 2. The game was fun to play. So, why not try it? Not a purchase for me.

  11. The graphics were not exceptional but for this they really do not need to be as it probably would distract you from the task at hand. The really annoying and distracting thing was the "voice" of the light bulb guide in the game. OK Parts: Game did get a little boring at times. This game is one of those games I'd be happy to play for the free trial and leave it at that.

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