Reviews and Problems with Master Jin Jin's IQ Challenge
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Not worth it
C red, Amazon
29 October 2008
Summary: My ds was broken so I went out to get a new one. The new ds came with this game. I played it three times. Each time I played the game, I wish I had gotten the ds without Jin Jin's IQ challange. I do not work for a computer company. I do have Brain Age 2 and I enjoy it.
Summary: I only received this game a few days ago, and the games are good--more enjoyable than brain age 1 and 2. I am having problems with recognition of my writing and have the hardest time picking up the ball at the beginnning of the maze. Hopefully with practice I will get better.
Instead of playing this just stick pins in your eyes
12 August 2008
Summary: It's boring - AND it's annoying - AND you don't succeed in the true goal of these Nintendo DS Get-A-Brain games. The true goal is to stop trying to think and to let your mind automatically find the answers.
Summary: I have had this game going on 2 months now. The game provides all sorts of levels of challenge. The games are engaging and more evolved than Brain Age, which I also own. My 9-year old plays this game regularly and enjoys it as well! I have had no issues with the input recognition on this game.
Summary: I have all 3 Brain age games, and those games mostly depend on learning to play the game. You don't actually 'increase your brain age', you simply improve your interface-use skill due to learned reflexes ~ coupled with getting a lucky mix-up the game gives you once in a while.
Do not buy this game, get brain age or any other challenge game first
KidsCritCareDoc "SomeMD", Amazon
19 December 2007
Summary: This game is a piece of junk, if I could give it 0 stars or negative stars, I would. It is a very bad sign that in a game designed to "improve" your intelligence, words are misspelled and the grammar is atrocious.