Reviews and Problems with Mind Quiz - Your Brain Coach
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31 January 2012
Summary: I bought this game for myself and I think it is fun. Haven't tried Brain Age and I'm planning to do so soon. This one is ok but it gets boring after a few times you play it. Good for a rainy/snowy day indoors.
Summary: I bought this for my granddaughter for her birthday. I have had it for a long time. She just turned nine and thinks this is awesome. I think it's great she can play a game and develope her brain at the same time.
Summary: The main difference between that Mind Quiz and Brain Age is the "grading" system. In Brain Age, you get a letter grade; it made me (and my entire family) feel stupid--it's ridiculously hard to get that A+. But in Mind Quiz, you get a number, and all the grading is based on how old you are.
Summary: In general, this is a pretty good game. The concept of having several games is definitely appealing and the explanations that go along with the brain age and brain stress degree are well written and informative. Nevertheless, there are a few caveats.
Summary: I love this game. I like Mind Quiz much better than Brain Age and Brain academy. I like the graphics on Mind Quiz. I find myself playing certain games just to help with stress. One thing that is troublesome is on the 2 games that you need to write in the answer, it has trouble reading the numbers.
Summary: I haven't heard anyone talk about 'Mind Quiz:Your Brain Coach' by SEGA here yet... and also I cannot find one single review of the game online... Is everyone sick of the brain game trend already? If so, I don't blame you.