Big Bang Brain Games Examined
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 1 comment
Macworld's Game Room has released another review, this one focusing on Freeverse Software's Big Bang Brain Games. The compilation of six brain teasing puzzle titles includes Echo, Fallacy, NovaSweeper, Reaction, Remembrance, and Sudoku. The Game Room gave Big Bang Brain Games a score of 4 out of 5 mice.
From the review:
These disparate games, which all appear in a single folder but exist as separate applications, do well to talk with one another. Individually, they’ll track your progress—games you’ve won, answers you’ve gotten correct and so forth—creating a percentage tally that shows you your overall “brain usage.” The better you do, the higher the number, so you have an excuse to go back and replay games over and over again.For the full review head over to the link below.
Macworld Game Room: Big Bang Brain Games Review
What’s more, if you have a .Mac account, Big Bang Brain Games features a one-click system for uploading a new Web page to your .Mac homepage that shows how well you’ve done.
Despite the richness of graphics and special effects present here, Big Bang Brain Games runs on a wide variety of systems—it’s a Universal Binary, so it works natively on Intel Macs, operates just fine with the relatively limited graphics capabilities of Mac minis and MacBooks, and only requires a 600MHz or faster processor.
Big Bang Brain Games
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