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MacintoshMacLife (Nov 07, 2008)
The Amazing Brain Train is another Grubby Games winner, and we’re not the only ones who think so—it was named to the PAX 10 list of best independent games this year at the Penny Arcade Expo.
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WindowsGameZebo (May 12, 2008)
Quite simply, The Amazing Brain Train! is a work of genius. Whether or not it turns you into one remains to be seen. All I know is I've got a house full of people begging me to polish off this review so they can play the game, but I've grown smart enough to tell them I've got more play testing to do.
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MacintoshInside Mac Games (IMG) (Oct 29, 2008)
Overall, then, this is another excellent piece of work from Grubby Games that maintains the high standards set by its previous offerings. I can't claim that I'm vastly enamoured of the whole brain-training genre, but I did enjoy playing Brain Train in its own terms. Certainly, anyone who's in the market for this kind of game would be hard pressed to find a better alternative.
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WindowsOut Of Eight (Jun 15, 2008)
While what The Amazing Brain Train has is good, it doesn’t have enough of it. The game’s 15 puzzles are all well-designed and quite challenging, but you’ll be saying “oh, this one again” far too often. The difficulty ramps up a bit too quickly in my opinion, going from trivially easy to extremely challenging in just a couple of maps. The lack of difficulty settings makes the transition hard to swallow for novice and younger players. I suspect that people will fall into one of two categories when they play The Amazing Brain Train: bored because of the repetition, or frustrated because of the high difficulty. Those looking for a challenging logic game will find The Amazing Brain Train fun for about 30 minutes, but then either repetition or frustration will set in and the train will come to a crashing halt.