Brain School - No Ads Version

Brain School - No Ads Version

By Mastersoft Ltd

  • App Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2018-09-24
  • Current Version: 2.03
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 88.84 MB
  • Developer: Mastersoft Ltd
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 10.3
App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
Based on 11 Reviews

Brain School - No Ads Version App Description

Brain School ™ - An original and challenging brain trainer! NO ADS VERSION Twenty completely different brain training games and over 100 levels of tricky puzzle mayhem. Includes plastic puzzle, music lessons, roman history, magic hats, shape maths and 15 more! Are you clever and smart enough to graduate? Improve your mental performance, focus, and help your mind reach it's peak thinking capacity with these 20 brain teasers. Brain School covers every aptitude including math, logic, word, word search, 3d puzzles, music, memory, spatial awareness and more. Daily test exams can potentially improve your intelligence IQ over time and keep your mind fit. These puzzles will stretch both adults and kids alike, targetting both the left and right sides of the brain. Only the brightest minds will ever graduate from Brain School! Get as far as you can! Genuinely challenging. FEATURES Twenty completely different brain games. Covers all aptitudes from Verbal, Spatial, Numerical to Musical! Four types of school exam and progress reports. Game Center. Check your improvement in mental agility every day! Designed with the help of over 100 puzzle players.

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Brain School - No Ads Version App Reviews

  • Interesting puzzles. Frustrating interface

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    By Iamvoxo
    I like the concept. And I’m challenged by the puzzles but I just can’t make the app work! Tapping on the screen... nothing happens....then suddenly ! a random puzzle appears. I have no control over which puzzles I want to solve. I’ve looked through the instructions and it’s a lot of theory about why these types of puzzles were chosen. There’s no trouble shooting or a way to ask the developers questions. Simple questions. Like how does this thing work? The sensitivity to the screen is just sub par. You’re really notice it when you’re trying to manipulate the shapes. Turning them, flipping them, positioning them, it takes a lot of extra taps and patience. I enjoy the challenge but it could be a lot more pleasant. My favorite puzzle is how heavy. I like the logic and it only takes one tap to solve the puzzle. That cuts down on the frustration and increases the enjoyment. I like the “where is the coin? “. It’s on the edge of my abilities in entertaining. Again only one tap to solve the puzzle so you don’t have to struggle with the interfaces much. I’m not sorry I bought it but I’m looking forward to updates. Maybe some samples the first time you go through a puzzle? That way you know how to convey the answer and get a better score.

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