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  • Summary: Staying true to the curriculum-based card deck series, the Brain Quest video games are loaded with over 6,000 unique questions in each game, developed specifically for the third/fourth and fifth/sixth grade levels and can keep kids entertained whether in the car, at home, or while waitingStaying true to the curriculum-based card deck series, the Brain Quest video games are loaded with over 6,000 unique questions in each game, developed specifically for the third/fourth and fifth/sixth grade levels and can keep kids entertained whether in the car, at home, or while waiting for the school bus. The game's Brain Mode provides quick to the fun action that enables kids to jump right in, immersing themselves in fast-paced quiz games, as they answer questions on their favorite subjects: English, history, math, science, and geography. Brain Quest adds another element to the fun—a Quest Mode where players follow a light story that pits them against successively more difficult challenges in each category. The game's Multiplayer Mode allows players to challenge their friends and siblings or play cooperatively, so kids of all ages can get in on the action and enjoy the brain-twisting fun. Throughout the game, players who answer questions correctly score points to redeem collectibles that can be unlocked by winning achievements. These collectibles can then be used to customize up to six scenes in the game. [Electronic Arts] Expand
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  1. While the Brain Quest series does nothing in terms of pushing the educational genre, the games do everything when it comes to making an educational tool for children to enjoy and learn with. The controls are simple, the storyline is simple, and the questions are challenging for the selected grade level.
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    Brain Quest is a fairly fun trivia game, but only for kids that love proving how smart they are.
  3. For one, the title sports a tough challenge for any astute gamer. Not only that, but the variety of problems keeps players on their toes and alert to upcoming problems with fluid pacing.