Summary: It is a fun game, and with good educational skills. Memory, analysis, calculation, computing among others--still in a very simple form. The kids do not feel as if they are "getting educated", but really just playing. It can engage the entire family-not only the kids- but the adults too (up to eight can play)--As a parent I think this is very important- I do not think games should isolate children, but rather share experience with others.
Summary: Game was very lame, not fun at all, in fact the kids didn't even stick with it after learning how to play with it, maybe why the seller was selling it? I tried it with my spouse and we both got bored easily with it. A big disappointment.
Summary: I wanted to get my daughter something that would be challenging yet educational so she could play it on the Wii system this summer, and I got it in this game. She's 10 and although every task seems easy, its the timing that increases the difficulty of the activity as you need to act quickly to solve it correctly. It has puzzles and games, with a variety of training levels and categories.
Summary: I bought Big Brain Academy for the Nintendo Wii system because it was the closest thing to the Nintendo DS game "Brain Age". I'm very much pleased with this game, and it provides endless hours of entertaining, interactive and exciting different games or challenges. I have a 7 year old son, who I initially didn't expect that he would be able to play this game because it might be too difficult. I was completely wrong! I don't know who plays this game more, me or my son!
Summary: It is a great game to play by yourself, or with a group of people. It isn't boring, definately fun. Strengthens your senses visual, memory, computing, analizing, and identifing skills. Measures you brain "size and shape". Also tells you based on the "size" of your brain what kind of job you would be best at and measures your brain in grams. You can compare and contrast results with other users on you Wii and you can also send your records to your Wii friends.
Summary: I bought this game because I had the board game. The board game is a lot more fun to play than the video game version. I know it's more for younger people but the video game is alot easier and childish than the board game.
Summary: the doctor told me to buy it its a good game over all and it does help u get faster with the tasks in the game. Im still not sure if this helps with things in daily life yet or not but still fun for the whole family including my 4 year old daughter.
Summary: This game is a lot of fun even for a single player. It will help to keep my mind sharpe and reflexes "hot." I've enjoyed playing and trying to beat my own score. As we age we all lose a little mental power, this is a fun and easy way to give your brain just a bit of a workout. I've enjoyed it and would recommend it to others.
Summary: This game doesn't involve doing something actively which is fine by me. I like the exercises on my memorization and solving puzzles with visual cues. I'm able to improve my scores with some self competition. Comparison between different players is available but I like that there is no emphasis on WINNING! (Sometimes I just hate having to explain to my child that it is ok to lose.
Summary: A very fun game for the price. Not complicated but addictive. It surely isn't on the same level as games like Mario Galaxy but it is fun for what it is. It might get boring within a few weeks however but it is fun to get friends to play it and to compete with them.