Brainville
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 256 MB Ram
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Brainville 

Help colorful citizens fix up their town in Brainville, a wonderful daily way to exercise your mind.

Train your brain by helping the townsfolk of Brainville rebuild with a variety of mind-building challenges. It is a truly fun way to maximize your memory, improve your perception abilities, power up your language aptitude, and fine-tune your logical thinking skills.

Watch the town expand and flourish as you sharpen your mind with eight separate mini-games plus bonus quizzes, trivia challenges and more. The internal time tracking allows you to see your best scores and track your progress over time and also compare results with other players. Plus, with the dynamic leveling system, it allows the game to customize the difficulty based on your skill.

Take daily tests to assess your brain power when you try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Brainville today!

  • Take daily tests to assess your brain power in this fun Logic game.
  • Watch the town expand and flourish as you sharpen your mind.
  • Play eight separate mini-games plus bonus quizzes, trivia challenges and more.
  • See your best scores, track your progress over time, and compare results with others.
  • The dynamic leveling system customizes the difficulty based on your skill.
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Reviews of Brainville
 | Added on: April 25, 2012
 
On the fence about buying, but the demo was quite fun. I've played all the "brain" games that I know of, and this one is definitely better than most. Pros: - Colorful and quirky characters - Sharp graphics, fun art style - Games are simple to learn, but get progressively harder as you play - Rewards and trophies to collect - Good variety of games, and you add a few as you progress Cons: - Could be issues if you are colorblind or have marginal color perception. - I had to turn off the sound after a while. The music is okay, but the VOs irksome. - One game is a killer if you are math-challenged like I am. I only played the demo, but there were 4 games available to me. One was a "Diner Dash" type game where you serve food to clients - but you have to memorize the orders, as you can't see them anymore after you start the round. One was a sorting game where you have to categorize words into groups of 3, like seasons, card suits, novel titles, etc. Some of them involved sports, and those were hard for me, as I'm not familiar with sports teams or equipment. I could usually get them by elimination, and I liked that game a lot. Then there was a dry cleaner where you had tickets with pictures of clothing items at the bottom of the screen, and conveyors of clothing above. You had to match the moving clothes with the tickets in the proper order. The sticky was that you might have the same shirt in lime and chartreuse, and it was hard to tell the difference. Not bad, though. Then there is a supermarket game where you are given an amount to spend, and you have to select one item from each shelf that adds up to that amount. I hated it, and did very badly. That one game may keep me from buying, unless I find that you can make enough points in the other games to still unlock the rest of the games. I can do math in my head, but not as fast as the game demands. Still a fun play. Try it for yourself and see! You might do well at the supermarket, LOL.
 | Added on: April 29, 2012
 
really good game for kids. is a cute quirky game that will hold their attention. it'll be fun for parents, too. the variety-math/logic, etc helps make this game interesting also. good job guys...
 | Added on: May 11, 2012
 
I LOVE this game! Although the games are somewhat repetitive, it is still loads of fun to play! And I believe it truly does improve your skills in these areas!
 | Added on: April 24, 2012
 
The premise for the game is good, and I'm all for mental calisthenics. But the challenges are pretty easy. In the diner, you see picture bubbles of food, and then match them from memory. Easy. At the newsstand, you pick the three matching items out of a group, like kinds of nuts or types of hats. At the cleaners, you match a picture of a clothing item, with the clothing passing along an automatic clothesline. And at the market, you put items in the shopping cart that total a certain price. Definitely an attempt to be creative, but just too easy for me. I'd suggest it as an entertaining teaching aid for kids, or a memory game for people with dementia or Alzheimer's. It would be better, though, if the artwork was more realistic or entertaining instead of coloring-book style.
 | Added on: April 27, 2012
 
This is a very different game - actually encourages you to play only a bit each day! At least for the power plant test. I'm not sure of the science or the psychology, but it is challenging and you will see improvement. Gets repititious fast, so follow the mayor's advice. Do some practice in the other buildings, then get a key and challenge the mayor! You can have competitions simply by entering different users. Very entertaining!
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