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  • Summary: Get your own brain coach and improve your brain's abilities. Improve the age of your brain and "Brain Stress Degree" with 16 different training exercises based on real scientific research. Improve specific brain features by playing a big variety of mini-games and compete against your friend. [Ubisoft] Expand
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  1. Mind Quiz is a shameless rip-off of Nintendo's "Brain Age," only Ubisoft and Sega forgot to clone the variety and occasional fun of that game.
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    After a full week of playing this game, I developed migraines. That's it. My scores never went up. In fact they seemed to decline slowly.
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  1. FlamingMonkey
    May 31, 2007
    10
    If your gonna buy a brain game, this might as well be it. It has 16 different games, which ACTUALLY improve your brain, and don't bore you to death. Expand
  2. KarlS.
    May 21, 2007
    3
    Unfortunately, this game has competition from Big Brain Academy & Brain Training (both great games); it fails to match up to either of them. Some of the puzzles are challenging (for instance the Puzzle) but others leave you wondering why they bothered. I enjoy playing the Brain Age & Brain Stress degree because I like looking at the charts to monitor progress. Expand
  3. ConnorM.
    May 26, 2007
    0
    I was called a super spastic and a spastic which i found very offensive and rude.