This year’s (2021) holiday season will see the release of a new game for the Nintendo Switch, where players can battle it out in competitions of wit!
Be on your toes for the release of Big Brain Academy: Brain Vs. Brain, a game in which you will go head-to-head with others in a collection of fun, family-friendly activities that will definitely test your brainpower, as well as your reflexes.
Your host and guide within the game, Dr. Lobe, will always be ready to help you out; he has tips and helpful suggestions to offer you as you navigate through the game.
Players have the option to set their own difficulty level, and people of all ages can compete against one another in challenges that will have players searching their brains in games of memory, analysis, identification skills, and so much more.
As well as entertaining and challenging multiplayer modes, Big Brain Academy: Brain Vs. Brain includes a single-player solo mode; this is perfect for daily activities to keep your brain strong and healthy, and aid players in increasing their brain power.
With the portable nature of the Nintendo Switch, you can test your wits anytime, anywhere. Big Brain Academy: Brain Vs. Brain could be the perfect start to your day, or a great way to wind down after a long day.
The base gameplay in Big Brain Academy Vs. Brain includes a number of brain-teasing challenges, and are made up of five categories: Identity, Memorise, Analyse, Compute, and Visualise.
These activities can be played solo, or with up to three other users (locally), or even against people from across the globe (using other players’ date downloaded from the internet).
Party Mode can hold up to four players who can go head-to-head to earn points by completing challenges the fastest. The activities will change based on if the game is on easy or hard mode; with the toughest setting posing a rather big challenge!
Each player can set their own difficulty, so kids can play against parents without fear of falling behind.
Practice Mode allows players to improve their skills at challenges they may not do too well at, or just have a go at challenges to see how they fare before competing against someone else.
Test mode sees players evaluated in a series of five activities. When you’re finished, Dr. Lobe presents you with your Big Brain Brawn score; aiming for the higher score may see you better your chances in the next brain vs. brain battle.
Regular usage of this mode will lead to in-game coins, which can be used to unlock awesome costumes for your avatar.
In Ghost Clash mode, you can challenge the play data (aka Ghosts) of other users on your Switch, or connect online to battle the Ghosts of friends or random players from across the world.
Big Brain Academy: Brain Vs. Brain will be available on December 3rd, 2021!
Written by Melissa, who you can follow on Twitter @melissajournal
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