Summary: Good for parents who want their child to find solution fast. Each small games are quite different than other brain games. The game is totally test your eyes and brain to think fast. For adult this is a good time killing game. Especially those that like brain game. This is another recommended to keep in your collection.
Summary: This has been a very challenging and enjoyable game for me. The characters may appear childlike but don't let that fool you. The puzzles are a challenge and a great experience for helping me to keep my brain at it's very best.
Summary: I wanted something to help sharpen my observation skills as well as to help kill my lunch hour. This fits the bill. The directions are a bit sketchy on some of the games, but it was easy to get the hang of without dragging out the manual. It's a fun game that is easy to put down at the end of the break and with are multiple mini games to choose from it is hard to be bored with it.
At first sight it looked to esay, it's nto don't be fooled
kindred spirit, Amazon
8 November 2008
Summary: I thought I'd just breeze thru this and be done is one sitting. Ha ha. LOL. Some of the things I flat out failed. It is a fast paced game and you don't have much time to answer each question or you get it wrong. It lets you choose your own "nurse who guides you, they are sisters and have very different personalities. This is a great addition to an adults brain game collection.
Summary: First off I waited for this game for a really long time compared to other purchases,I was so excited because I love Brain Challenge,Mind Quiz,Big Brain and Brain Age 1+2,the game was eventually purchased at Wal-Mart,because I did finally get it in the mail,but I did return thenm when I received them.
Summary: As an adult gamer, I love the brain games, and any time I see one, I try it out. This game offer challenges, I got bored sometimes and the brain coach I had initially seemed angry with my above average results. I changed coaches, and it was okay, but then I got more bored and traded the game in at my local game stop.
Summary: This is not as good as Brain Age 1 and 2. It seems at first as if it would be for children, only, but all ages can be challenged by it. It was challenging for me after playing it awhile. The ideas are simple and appear too easy, but again like Best Tests, it is gets better because the speed and amount of knowledge increases as you advance to new levels. This is one of several games I play. I do not like to play it for long periods, but it is a change of pace for me.
Will pass a few hours quite nicely and is good value under £10
17 June 2009
Excerpt: Brain Assist is an easy to pick up and play strangely addictive DS game filled with a variety of challenges to test mental ability. It is ideally suited to those who enjoy puzzle and brain training games. The game is designed to focus on strengthening the right half of the brain by challenging the player's memory, concentration, reflexes, deduction and analytical abilities. All mini-games are played using the stylus and can be played wirelessly by up to four players.
Excerpt: The game is hosted by 4 cartoon nurses and another scary-looking one. I don't know if it just my game, as it was pre-owned, but the nurses call you 'mate' which I found quite weird! The game includes different mini games for the right side of your brain. This game is like Brain Training but for younger children. The games include, Count Mania, a game where you have to count to a certain number within a given time.
Pros: multiplayer or single play, good colours, music and a good challenge for younger children .
Cons: can be hard for really young children and is sometimes confusing .