Pocket Gamer: Brain Assist Review

It's a welcoming looking game, with easy controls and breezy tunes, and it'll be particularly appealing to those who want more of a game than a serious brain training tool. But past a few hours' play it all just feels a bit pointless. All you really accomplish is a bar chart showing you how much you're improving, and

With nothing to strive for and only ten games to play, it quickly becomes a no-brainer to decide just to turn Brain Assist off. And you'll find you manage to come to that conclusion without needing any assistance.

Audio/Visual - 7
Gameplay - 5
Value - 4
Innovation - 3
Overall -

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