Excerpt: When you load Puzzler Mind Gym 3D , you’re greeted with a trippy CG scene that would look right at home in a mid-90s music video. Dr. Ian Robertson (an actual neuroscientist who looks much less derpy in his online profile pictures than he does as an in-game model) greets you at the front door of a...
Collection of mental challenges is hard but rewarding.
Common Sense Media
15 November 2011
Summary: Parents need to know that Puzzler Mind Gym 3D is a collection of mini-games that test players' in a variety of mental challenges. Whether it's counting the number of cubes in a large formation or quickly adding up equations, players will get a brain-busting workout no matter how long they play.
Excerpt: Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training proved that a system seller doesn’t have to be big budget or be packed with pretty visuals. It took nine developers just three months to make and went on to sell millions.
Conclusion: I was hoping for a lot more from Puzzler Mind Gym 3D, but the lackluster presentation and game layout, coupled with the poor use of 3D, made this another one of those inferior brain games that only serious puzzle and brain game fans should consider for purchase.
Summary: Puzzler Mind Gym 3D includes a good assortment of educational mini-games and mental exercises, but it's let down as a brain training title, sporting an ineffective categorisation system and progress tracker as well as failing to teach specific strategies that apply to the task at hand, instead...