Summary: You play 16 different mini-games each with 5 levels of difficulty. Some of them are variations on well-known games like: Minesweeper, Yahtzee, Lights Out, Mastermind, Simon, Peg Solitaire, Picture Scramble, Lonpos, Spot the Difference, and Memory Card Match. Other types of mini-games are: combining colored squares to make larger specified shapes, making poker hands on a grid, choosing the correct operators to make two different equations match, counting specified items...
Summary: Love the game, you work up through a point system, city by city. Some cities granted are alot more fun then others, some are a ton harder than others, but as you open the cities and the levels per city, you are so sucked in and always trying for that next city. Wheather you save your coins you earn for another city, or another level, is up to you, and thats half the challenge. SInce I bought this game, I havent had time for any of my other brain challenge games.
Balanced, diverse set of puzzles with limited replay value
Ben Sullivan, Amazon
21 September 2009
Summary: Brought to you by the team behind the wildly popular Brain Age, Brain Voyage is a clean, occasionally compelling collection of classic puzzle themes. The thin premise finds you hopping around the globe, solving puzzles loosely themed after major international cities and earning gold coins for your efforts. These gold coins--a bit of an unnecessary contrivance--allow you to purchase new cities on the map and access higher levels of the cities you've already visited.
Summary: This game is a real brain teaser. You complete different tasks in each country and add countries and challenge levels as you succeed in winning gold, silver or bronze medals. Mazes, math equations, mine sweeping, picture scramble, poker hands, and other puzzles can give you hours of enjoyment. The only draw back is that eventually you run out of new countries and additional challenges.
Summary: I bought this game thinking it would end up being too childish and easy for me. HAH! The animation isn't top of the line, but you'll never notice as you struggle to figure out a variety of puzzles. Some are numerical while others are spatial; some involve logic and some just need a very keen eye.
Summary: It's ok - I am a 50+ female who likes to use my DS for relaxing after a stressful day-which is most days. This game doesnt really relax me and i find it a bit slowm and frustrating. Better than some,not as good as others.
Summary: I enjoyed this game .I have 45 DS games and I keep it w/ my top 12 games in a special case.I love the Las Vegas Poker games and I also love the memory /match type game. You have 18 different cities in 18 different countries ,some you have to unlock and you must try to earn a bronze,silver and finally a gold medal for each game.You earn coins to buy your way into other citys.