Brainiversity 2

Train your brain by sending it to the prestigious school of smarts, Brainiversity 2! Stimulate all the different parts of your cerebellum by enjoying different language, memory, math and analysis games. Earn great trophies, chart your progress, and even compete against friends and family members in this challenging Puzzle game. Play every day to track your results and earn a degree from Brainiversity!

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Earn stamps by achieving particular goals, and unlock different kinds of exercises by remaining consistent with your training. The games were okay but would get boring pretty quickly. Especially when you had distinguish rows from columns and one color from another. You are timed in each test. Not a purchase for me. Chalenge level was excellent though, but sound hurts your head. There is also a "no" button. Whoever programmed the game did a great job. The game was fun to play. The review of this game is based on this Glam-ma's opinion - and only mine. It sounded like a fly or bee buzzing. Challenging and keeps you thinking. Graphics were awful.


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Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by cazmo from Doesn't work properly! Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by kittyfish51 from Challenging I played the Brainiversity 2 trial. Date published: Brainniversity 4 out of Ancient Rome 2 by smilesmiley from WOW!!!! This Glam-ma says go ahead and try it for yourself. Happy Gaming! OK Parts: Game did get a little boring at times. I would have given it fives in all categories except for the mediocre graphics and sound. Sprill, those other games cost brainy bucks or more. The only complaint I have is that, Brainoversity cute as the little light bulb is, his voice is Brainiiversity of irritating. Stamps were included. Because with those types of games, you are using a significant amount of time. Game seems ok - "The Daily Exam" bit works, but the "Practice" part doesn't!!! Challenging and keeps you thinking. It's great fun and shall provide entertainment for everyone. Brainiversity 2 was a good challenge.

It's already improving my memory and recall somewhat. Stamps were included. The review of this game is based on this Glam-ma's opinion - and only mine. Therefore, if you found this review to be helpful, please click on the "yes" button below. However, I was much disappointed. He's really quite clever and interacts with the player. They really need some re-working. Glam-ma still thinks you should try the demo - it's free - it's only an hour. You are timed in each test. Daily Exam was fun and practice was a good way to tune my sklls. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by redlulu from Not bad for a brain game I enjoyed the trial run I took. They are by no means easy. OK Parts: Game did get a little boring at times. The minigames were a great challenge and really tested al 4 corners of my brain.

I haven't unlocked all the levels yet, but my scores are Brainivesrity better. OK Parts: Game did get a little boring at times. The really annoying and distracting thing was the "voice" of the light bulb guide in the game. There is also a "no" button. Stamps were included. This is a Bubble Zoo 2 skill set than the regular word and math tests. Especially when you had distinguish rows from columns and one color from another. It was a good challenge. Date Brainiversity 2 Rated 3 out of 5 by cazmo from Doesn't work properly! Date published: Rated 4 out of Brainiversty by purpleporpoise from Great Brain Challenger!


The game looks really basic and like not a lot of effort has gone into it. This is way better than those games they sell to kids on the game consoles. As with the other tests they were not always what you would expect. Stamps were included. The graphics are just so-so, but sufficient for the purpose. The games were okay but would get boring pretty quickly. The really annoying and distracting thing was the "voice" of the light bulb guide in the game. Please do not download the trial or buy it. The minigames were a great challenge and really tested al 4 corners of my brain. I spread it over a few days so I took the daily exams and the game plotted my improvement or in some areas demise. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by cazmo from Doesn't work properly! I get the whole "daily" thing for crossword puzzles, word search games, spot the difference and even suduko.

I haven't unlocked all the levels yet, but my scores are getting better. But his comments are also captioned, so I just turn the sound down. It was a good challenge. OK Parts: Game did get a little boring at times. I would have given it fives in all categories except for the mediocre graphics and sound. This Glam-ma would definitely rate this for the more experts in the gaming world. You'd give your Glam-ma a "no"? A friendly light bulb light bulb for bright idea? This Glam-ma says go ahead and try it for yourself. Test yourself daily to see how well you're progressing. Therefore, if you found this review to be helpful, please click on the "yes" button below. The review of this game is based on this Glam-ma's opinion - and only mine. I did buy the game after the trial and I'm really delighted to see that there is a Brainiversity 2. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by purpleporpoise from Great Brain Challenger!

13 thoughts on “Brainiversity 2

  1. Your test results are placed on a daily running chart and you earn "brainy bucks" to spend on other games you can unlock. Stamps were included. Good Parts: Gameplay was good. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by Yaiyaiyai from Didn't like it. He's really quite clever and interacts with the player.

  2. But I'm not really sure that more should be expected, since this isn't really that type of a game. For instance, when I logged on the game just now it's after a. The games were okay but would get boring pretty quickly.

  3. Should've been more games unlocked at the start. This made the game fun as I wanted to collect them all. The graphics are just so-so, but sufficient for the purpose. If I purchased the game I would need to mute that sound. There is an electric light bulb as your "tutor" throughout the game, however he does speak as much as just makes noises.

  4. You could see colors adequately. The graphics were not exceptional but for this they really do not need to be as it probably would distract you from the task at hand. Glam-ma still thinks you should try the demo - it's free - it's only an hour. Challenging and keeps you thinking.

  5. You could see colors adequately. This made the game fun as I wanted to collect them all. And since you can only earn brainy bucks once a day, you may have to play for weeks to earn enough brainy bucks to warrant playing a few extra games just for fun.

  6. Not a purchase for me. Sound: Sound effects were a bit annoying with all the "springing" type noises. You'd give your Glam-ma a "no"? If you like the concept of a Brain Age style game that you can play on your computer, this is a good game for you. The graphics were not exceptional but for this they really do not need to be as it probably would distract you from the task at hand.

  7. Date published: The game looks really basic and like not a lot of effort has gone into it. So, why not try it? Please do not download the trial or buy it. But I'm not really sure that more should be expected, since this isn't really that type of a game.

  8. I can almost guarantee you will be as unhappy with the format as I am. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by mrm from My Brain Was Not Very Impressed I have to say, I was truly expecting a much better put together sequel to the original Brainiversity. Game Play: This is an interesting game in that there are 4 different levels you can choose to "practice", such as Math, Memorize, Analysis and Sort. Happy Gaming! Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by smilesmiley from WOW!!!!

  9. The review of this game is based on this Glam-ma's opinion - and only mine. Also, different levels in each of the 4 subjects tests are unlocked as your score improves, adding more variety to the gameplay. OK Parts: Game did get a little boring at times. Sound: Sorry, tuned it out.

  10. Test yourself daily to see how well you're progressing. However, in this version of Brainiversity, your "daily" game quota is over in a matter of a few minutes. They really need some re-working.

  11. Happy Gaming! But his comments are also captioned, so I just turn the sound down. The games were okay but would get boring pretty quickly. This made the game fun as I wanted to collect them all.

  12. Stamps were included. I would have given it fives in all categories except for the mediocre graphics and sound. The minigames were a great challenge and really tested al 4 corners of my brain. There is an electric light bulb as your "tutor" throughout the game, however he does speak as much as just makes noises. This is a different skill set than the regular word and math tests.

  13. A friendly light bulb light bulb for bright idea? This is a different skill set than the regular word and math tests. It's great fun and shall provide entertainment for everyone. I spread it over a few days so I took the daily exams and the game plotted my improvement or in some areas demise. The review of this game is based on this Glam-ma's opinion - and only mine.

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