Encleverment Experiment is a mental training game based on 16 different mini-games in the area of maths, path finding, language (anagrams), logical thinking, memory training, pattern recognition, and reaction skills. It is presented as a 1960’s game show with a witty British host. In the singleplayer you go ahead against a computer-controlled opponent of different difficulty levels and there are fifteen characters to beat. While playing, time is also of the essence for answers. Rounds generally consists of five questions and in the final round it is generally possible to steal from the opponent's score. Multiplayer is supported for up to four players, both locally and online.
Players are rewarded with noodles, which can be exchanged for mascots that are collected on an in-game desk. It is also possible to design custom games by drawing from the list of available activities.