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„Encleverment Experiment“ wird Sie nicht cleverer machen, schult aber Reaktion und Kombination und zeigt besonders im Multiplayer höchstes Suchtpotenzial. Für 800 Microsoft Points für alle, die gern Gruppengehirngymnastik machen, einen Blick wert.
If you are looking for a game that the whole family can sit down and enjoy, there's certainly better on Xbox Live.
It's too bad the mini-games don't live up to the slick presentation in Encleverment Experiment. These exercises are either too easy to be engaging or they're just not fun (developers please note: math is not fun). While the single-player is a total bore, things do pick up in a multiplayer game. But these are pretty uninspired brain exercises.
There aren’t a ton of other reasons to endorse Encleverment Experiment. The graphics look like mid-’90s educational software, and while there is avatar support, your guy mostly just sits there. Encleverment Experiment is a brain teaser game of only average intelligence.
The mini-games are what holds this title together and you do get you focused for a short time because of them, but the rest of the game lacks options/choices in game play and rewards are poor for putting the time in to see your results. The look of the game is dated and the professor is very irritating along with the very disappointing Mascot Shop and lack of game modes. I do see what Blitz Arcade is trying to do, make focusing and learning more fun and rewarding, but the game comes across as a cheap and cheerful multiplayer game show with puzzle based mini-games with a couple of charts thrown in. Shame as Blitz had the right idea in the first place with this game, the different ways it challenges your brain is a great thing to bring to console users but sadly the game has huge holes in it, making it very hard to enjoy for more than thirty minutes.
The Encleverment Experiment is an interesting and well-presented brain teasing game, but its limited scope for single player means it’s not a long term endeavour. This coupled with the fact that multiplayer matches are all but non-existent make The Encleverment Experiment hard to recommend as a purchase.
So then, Encleverment Experiment is a poor attempt until you take the game online or get a few willing friends over for a quick game. It’s certainly worth noting the Scene It games can be found for just a few notes should you need a quick party fix and both feature considerably more content for cost. Unlikely to win anyone over on the single player, gamers should think long and hard when it comes to a full purchase. Children will garner some enjoyment from the cute mascots and simple gameplay but the game fails utterly and completely in its attempts at being a practical brainteaser.
With some more entertaining and diverse puzzles in the pleasant interface it could have been quite a success, but as it stands there really isn’t any very good reason to pick this up unless you are really hankering for an average brain training game on your Xbox 360.