14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
great fun but ...,
This review is from: More Brain Training with Dr. Kawashima. How Old is Your Brain (Video Game)
... once again the program doesn't always recognise the verbal answers.
It has the sudoku puzzles like the previous one.
This one contains more difficult puzzles - maths where the numbers disappear before you can do the sum and (my favourite so far) music recital, as well as the very useful change calculator game.
As with the previous game (Brain Training) you start with only a couple of games open to play, but the more days you play the more games open until eventually all 10 games are available.
- Missing Symbols
- Masterpiece Recital
- Word Scramble
- Correct Change
- Word Blend
- Memory Addition
- Days and Dates
- Finishing Position
- Determine the Time
- Calculate the Height
One further difference between Brain Training and More Brain Training is once you have reached a certain level on the game you get the option to play on "Normal" or "Hard" level.
I will admit that Dr K's AI alter ego annoys me - he seems to go on forever - so much so that I tend to just hit the next button all the time, and I missed the bonus item - Germ Buster - a game similar to tetris where you have to match up 4 or more blocks of colour to eliminate the line. In this game you have a number of randomly placed coloured "germs" which you have to match up with the colours on the incoming two part tablets.
I like this one better than the first - there is much more variation with this one.