Big Brain Academy challenges your kids to solve problems and then, depending how well they do, tells them their probable brain mass or weight. In the Nintendo DS version, kids can practice, play against a friend, or get right down to business assessing their brain weight in test mode. Questions fall into five categories: Memory, Math, Identify, Think, and Analyze.
The Wii version is similar, with some changes to categories and a lot more gameplay options. You kids can play solo or choose among the three multi-player options for playing against friends via the internet. Mind Sprint is a head-to-head version of the game where correct answers allow players to progress on a track. Mental Marathon is played as a team, while the Brain Quiz is a time-based version of the game.
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