The Amazing Brain Train

Discover the wild animal terrain aboard The Amazing Brain Train. First, Madeline the Monkey needs to collect all the fruit on the frozen pond. Guide her from one fruit to the next so she can grab it without sliding away. Choose from 15 riveting brain games in five categories such as "Spatial" and "Memory". Become a Puzzle Prodigy and unlock new trophies in the quirky world of Professor Fizzwizzle. Power up your intellect and ride The Amazing Brain Train.

There are many different puzzles challenging you on memory, spatial acumen, quick thinking, problem solving, etc. Quest mode then, is an odd mix of intelligently designed and paced puzzles and semi-entertaining nonsense, such as a chicken who wpn't eat a donut unless you bring her false teeth and a letter Q. Date published: But Amazing Brain Train houses a few genuinely entertaining games in a rewarding framework, with a collection of trophies that range in difficulty from 'inevitable' to 'you'll be lucky'. Now I've got that off my chest, and made this review of a child's game slightly inappropriate, I can admit how much I enjoyed Amazing Brain Train. So, I don't know what's the reason. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ffuryy50 from Great game for puzzle lovers! Have anyone else had the same experience? There are three forms of game play: quest mode, test mode, and practice mode. Fizziwizzle games, is great fun and challenging for all The puzzles get harder as you conquer them in the time permitted. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by cmjones99 from Good Family Game This has lots of different mental challenge puzzles. All games start out very easy but quickly become quite challenging OK, I'm 67 so my reactions will not be those of an 18yr old. If you haven't done even simple mental arithmetic in a long while, you will find this a challenge.

You can play in either timed or untimed mode. It's a fun version of the popular "brain training" type games Dexterity with the use of the arrow keys can also prove a challenge. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by jimkygurl from It didn't work in Mac I can only hear background sound of the game. Some of the games are slightly disappointing, but the majority are pleasingly challenging games that creep skilfully from easy to rock hard. I suppose 1 should have planned ahead by writing it down. This is Prof. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by cmjones99 from Good Family Game This has lots of different mental challenge puzzles. Don't be fooled by the somewhat childish graphics and quest text - which, to me, make the game seem to be aimed at kids. It's all very well getting an A, but half the fun of being clever is rubbing everyone else's face in it. BUT with practise using this game, they will come back!! The other two modes are pretty self explanatory. Screenshots 15 I'll Admit, I'm not the biggest fan of Professor Fizzwizzle's adventures: it's not that there's anything wrong with the games except for Fizzball , it's just that the art design seems unnecessarily fussy. In quest mode, you have to fuel up the train by completing various puzzles which are given randomly.

The Amazing Brain Train

But Amazing Brain Train houses a few genuinely entertaining games in a rewarding framework, with a collection of trophies that range in difficulty from 'inevitable' to 'you'll be lucky'. This, like all the Amazig. Cuteness suffers when it's given too much The Amazing Brain Train, just as a cheerful drawing of a cock becomes slightly disturbing the second you start Alchemists Apprentice 2: Strength of Stones veins or any more than six pubes on it There. My screen is completely black. Fizziwizzle games, is great fun and challenging for all My version is higher than the requirement. I am so disappointed 4 Elements II it doesn't work well for Mac. All games start out very easy but quickly become quite challenging There are three forms of game play: quest mode, Trai mode, and practice mode. OK, I'm 67 so my reactions will not be those of an 18yr old. There's also a Quest mode, in which you ferry stuff, in your Amazing Train, between some farm animals, who are as obnoxious as they are hideous. Now TTrain got that off my chest, and made this review of a Bain game slightly inappropriate, I can admit how much I enjoyed Amazing Brain Train. Some of the memory tests get very difficult, well they did for me.

For ages 8 and up. So, I don't know what's the reason. The puzzles get harder as you conquer them in the time permitted. Of course, the puzzles are slightly derived - humans have been making puzzles for millennia, it's a well-trod meadow. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ffuryy50 from Great game for puzzle lovers! There are many different puzzles challenging you on memory, spatial acumen, quick thinking, problem solving, etc. There are three forms of game play: quest mode, test mode, and practice mode. My version is higher than the requirement. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by cmjones99 from Good Family Game This has lots of different mental challenge puzzles. Cuteness suffers when it's given too much detail, just as a cheerful drawing of a cock becomes slightly disturbing the second you start drawing veins or any more than six pubes on it There. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by jimkygurl from It didn't work in Mac I can only hear background sound of the game. There's also a Quest mode, in which you ferry stuff, in your Amazing Train, between some farm animals, who are as obnoxious as they are hideous. I am so disappointed that it doesn't work well for Mac. In quest mode, you have to fuel up the train by completing various puzzles which are given randomly.

If you've got moderately Sparkle 2 children, or just like to reassure yourself that you're not thick: either play word games on Facebook or buy this perfectly pleasant game. Don't be fooled by the somewhat childish graphics and quest text - which, to me, make the game seem to be aimed at kids. So, I don't know what's the reason. My screen is completely black. My version is higher than the requirement. BUT with practise using this game, they will come back!! If anything, they could have gone easy on the Quest mode, and spent the effort on more minigames and the ability to compare your score against friends online.


Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ffuryy50 from Great game for puzzle lovers! It's a fun version of the popular "brain training" type games Don't be fooled by the somewhat childish graphics and quest text - which, to me, make the game seem to be aimed at kids. Now I've got that off my chest, and made this review of a child's game slightly inappropriate, I can admit how much I enjoyed Amazing Brain Train. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by cmjones99 from Good Family Game This has lots of different mental challenge puzzles. Screenshots 15 I'll Admit, I'm not the biggest fan of Professor Fizzwizzle's adventures: it's not that there's anything wrong with the games except for Fizzball , it's just that the art design seems unnecessarily fussy. This, like all the Prof. There's also a Quest mode, in which you ferry stuff, in your Amazing Train, between some farm animals, who are as obnoxious as they are hideous. Dexterity with the use of the arrow keys can also prove a challenge. So, I don't know what's the reason. All games start out very easy but quickly become quite challenging Rated 5 out of 5 by Cornishwizard from Amazing Brain Train I agree with the other comments that this game looks childish, but in my opinion that's where it stops. I suppose 1 should have planned ahead by writing it down.

12 thoughts on “The Amazing Brain Train

  1. Quest mode then, is an odd mix of intelligently designed and paced puzzles and semi-entertaining nonsense, such as a chicken who wpn't eat a donut unless you bring her false teeth and a letter Q. But Amazing Brain Train houses a few genuinely entertaining games in a rewarding framework, with a collection of trophies that range in difficulty from 'inevitable' to 'you'll be lucky'. Some of the memory tests get very difficult, well they did for me.

  2. There are many different puzzles challenging you on memory, spatial acumen, quick thinking, problem solving, etc. Date published: Don't be fooled by the somewhat childish graphics and quest text - which, to me, make the game seem to be aimed at kids. BUT with practise using this game, they will come back!!

  3. If you haven't done even simple mental arithmetic in a long while, you will find this a challenge. So, I don't know what's the reason. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by jimkygurl from It didn't work in Mac I can only hear background sound of the game. BUT with practise using this game, they will come back!!

  4. Don't be fooled by the somewhat childish graphics and quest text - which, to me, make the game seem to be aimed at kids. Fizziwizzle games, is great fun and challenging for all Rated 5 out of 5 by Cornishwizard from Amazing Brain Train I agree with the other comments that this game looks childish, but in my opinion that's where it stops.

  5. You can play in either timed or untimed mode. My version is higher than the requirement. So, I don't know what's the reason. I suppose 1 should have planned ahead by writing it down.

  6. It's a fun version of the popular "brain training" type games Screenshots 15 I'll Admit, I'm not the biggest fan of Professor Fizzwizzle's adventures: it's not that there's anything wrong with the games except for Fizzball , it's just that the art design seems unnecessarily fussy. Quest mode then, is an odd mix of intelligently designed and paced puzzles and semi-entertaining nonsense, such as a chicken who wpn't eat a donut unless you bring her false teeth and a letter Q. You can play in either timed or untimed mode.

  7. Don't be fooled by the somewhat childish graphics and quest text - which, to me, make the game seem to be aimed at kids. There are three forms of game play: quest mode, test mode, and practice mode. My version is higher than the requirement. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ffuryy50 from Great game for puzzle lovers! Some of the memory tests get very difficult, well they did for me.

  8. The puzzles get harder as you conquer them in the time permitted. Now I've got that off my chest, and made this review of a child's game slightly inappropriate, I can admit how much I enjoyed Amazing Brain Train. Don't be fooled by the somewhat childish graphics and quest text - which, to me, make the game seem to be aimed at kids. If anything, they could have gone easy on the Quest mode, and spent the effort on more minigames and the ability to compare your score against friends online. I am so disappointed that it doesn't work well for Mac.

  9. For ages 8 and up. I suppose 1 should have planned ahead by writing it down. It's all very well getting an A, but half the fun of being clever is rubbing everyone else's face in it. You can play in either timed or untimed mode.

  10. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ffuryy50 from Great game for puzzle lovers! If anything, they could have gone easy on the Quest mode, and spent the effort on more minigames and the ability to compare your score against friends online. There are many different puzzles challenging you on memory, spatial acumen, quick thinking, problem solving, etc. Cuteness suffers when it's given too much detail, just as a cheerful drawing of a cock becomes slightly disturbing the second you start drawing veins or any more than six pubes on it There. There are three forms of game play: quest mode, test mode, and practice mode.

  11. Now I've got that off my chest, and made this review of a child's game slightly inappropriate, I can admit how much I enjoyed Amazing Brain Train. All games start out very easy but quickly become quite challenging The train is powered by an electrified cortex in trainers, so you must fuel it with answers: do well and you'll have to play fewer games to get to your destination. Rated 5 out of 5 by Cornishwizard from Amazing Brain Train I agree with the other comments that this game looks childish, but in my opinion that's where it stops.

  12. My screen is completely black. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by cmjones99 from Good Family Game This has lots of different mental challenge puzzles. Date published: There are many different puzzles challenging you on memory, spatial acumen, quick thinking, problem solving, etc. My version is higher than the requirement.

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