GamesRadar: The Amazing Brain Train Review

If anything, they could have gone easy on the Quest mode, and spent the effort on more minigames and the ability to compare your score against friends online. It's all very well getting an A, but half the fun of being clever is rubbing everyone else's face in it. If you've got moderately studious children, or just like to reassure yourself that you're not thick: either play word games on Facebook or buy this perfectly pleasant game.

You'll love:
- Well-paced tests
- Plenty of character
- Good test mode

You'll hate:
- Some games slightly disappointing
- Pointless quest mode
- No online features

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