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Brain Teasers (Windows)

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Brain Teasers is a single-player brain training game that aims to hone the player's reasoning skills. The game takes the form of a series of tests which the player can customise to a limited degree. For example the standard test is twenty questions in thirty minutes but the player can choose to answer forty questions and can select a time limit of either ten minutes, thirty minutes, one hour or no time limit at all. There are two types of tests, the Brain teasers and the Masterclass, all questions are numbered and are selected apparently at random.

When a test is complete the player is given their score and a standard piece of text saying whether they did well or not, they are also shown which questions they answered incorrectly and what the right answers are but there is no explanation as to why it is correct. The game is played entirely with the mouse.

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Brain Teasers Windows An example question in the Masterclass quiz. The player has to scroll down the select their answer
Brain Teasers Windows The game's title screen
Brain Teasers Windows There's a "Hall of Fame" that holds the top five scores.
Brain Teasers Windows At the end of the quiz the player is given their score and is shown which questions were answered incorrectly. This information can be revisited via the "Previous Results" option on the main menu

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piltdown_man (68846) added Brain Teasers (Windows) on May 31, 2014