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Smart doesn't mean hard: five easy games that test your brain

OXM - In an age where videogames have their own Smithsonian slot, when a healthy percentage of fans are certified grown-ups with mortgages and kids, and when supposedly "risk averse" major publishers can green-tick such esoteric projects as Watch Dogs, Remember Me and Fable: The Journey, it's baffling that some people still think the only clever games are those where you fail constantly. There's a weirdly macho kind of masochism behind it, a sense that games aren't ways of having fun but ways of proving that you're the better class of human being. It's as though we were all competing for a seat on the next Noah's Ark.

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