Big Bang Brain Games Reviewed
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Surfbits has posted a review of Big Bang Brain Games. The collection of six brain twisting puzzle titles features cartoon characters and Freeverse's signature humor. Surfbits recommended the game to fans of puzzles and those looking for family friendly entertainment.
From the review:
Remembrance gives you a deck of cards with various symbols behind them. You have to flip the cards and look for matches. I used to play this game as a kid with a deck of cards and we called it “concentration.” When I played this game with my kids in Big Bang Brain Games, my six year old beat me. Are we starting to see a trend here?Head over to the link below to read the rest of the review.
Surfbits: Big Bang Brain Games Review
I thought Reaction was the most innovative game. You have a board full of molecules. The goal is to pop as many as possible with the fewest clicks. If you get it just right you create a chain reaction that clears the whole board. This was much more satisfying to me than it probably should have.
My favorite game, however, was Fallacy, which is a logic based riddle game where an argument is placed on the screen and you have to choose how it logically fails with choices such as “Hasty Generalization”, “Appeal to Fear”, and the “Gambler’s Fallacy.” Well I finally thought I had a game where I could win and then my wife shows up and beats me like an old rug.
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