Summary: This is similar at first glance like brain academy, which I did not like. After playing it awhile, I changed my mind. I found out although it seemed simple at first, it was really challenging. It is not like Brain Age 1 and 2, but it has challenges as each new level's speed gets faster. It is easy to get fooled and make wrong choices, but you get the opportunity to get better at each level, even though you pass the minimum requirements by redoing the test(s).
Summary: I like this game, but many of the choices involve different names for objects and places, leading me to believe that it was created for a market other than America. Also (I was a teacher) it has the same problem that real IQ tests have. Many questions are dependent on familiarity with different topics rather than with intelligence.
Summary: This game is challenging and there are no time limits. Many of the questions require pretty complex mental math, and sequences between numbers and letters that might frustrate some people. This is what I wanted. Most sections start off with some extremely simple questions, then they start to surprise you with harder ones. I spend some time pondering before answering some of the harder ones. There should be a better seperation between simple and difficult levels.