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  • Summary: [Xbox Live Arcade] A myriad of mini-games to make your mind more magnificent await in the Encleverment Experiment! Join Professor Ivor Question in his lab and test your mental faculties to the limit. One to four players compete in 16 mind-bending games, collecting Noodles (the currency of[Xbox Live Arcade] A myriad of mini-games to make your mind more magnificent await in the Encleverment Experiment! Join Professor Ivor Question in his lab and test your mental faculties to the limit. One to four players compete in 16 mind-bending games, collecting Noodles (the currency of geniuses!) to spend on over 50 collectable Mascots. Or Take-A-Test and track your ongoing Encleverment over time! Train the four quadrants of your brain or use the Home-Made game feature to create your own quiz shows. With 15 in-game opponents to beat, many multiplayer modes, full Avatar support and the Professor as your guide, the Encleverment never ends. [Blitz] Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 12
  2. Negative: 2 out of 12
  1. Plenty of fun for seven quid. [Jan 2010, p.114]
  2. For 800 MS-Points you’ll get a quite funny game that especially makes you addicted to the multiplayer mode!
  3. An educational mind-bender that is well worth experiencing. [Issue#54, p.105]
  4. The mini-games are what holds this title together and you do get you focused for a short time because of them, but the rest of the game lacks options/choices in game play and rewards are poor for putting the time in to see your results.
  5. The Encleverment Experiment is an interesting and well-presented brain teasing game, but its limited scope for single player means it’s not a long term endeavor.
  6. Children will garner some enjoyment from the cute mascots and simple gameplay but the game fails utterly and completely in its attempts at being a practical brainteaser.
  7. There are many better games out there and most of them you can find for free on the net. Will keep you occupied for about an hour both on and offline and thats it.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 4
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 4
  3. Negative: 2 out of 4
  1. Dec 5, 2014
    10
    You should play this game because it is awesome and really is more fun than the "Killing games" Such as Halo. So many negative reviews byYou should play this game because it is awesome and really is more fun than the "Killing games" Such as Halo. So many negative reviews by people who are obviously not smart enough to realize, the game is simple and anyone can play as long as their brain works. Expand
  2. AlekseiK
    Nov 21, 2009
    7
    The visual style of the game is really good, especially comparing to Dr. Kawashima's.
  3. robc
    Dec 7, 2009
    3
    poor attempt to cash in on the brain training genre. Looks rushed, unpolished and isnt balanced for either experts or beginners. Obvioulsy poor attempt to cash in on the brain training genre. Looks rushed, unpolished and isnt balanced for either experts or beginners. Obvioulsy done for the money rather than to create a GOOD SOLID game that people will love. Expand
  4. MikeR
    Dec 23, 2009
    1
    appalling. downloaded and deleted. Why cant these supposed BIG dev companies put the effort into titles ???