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bBoggled- the ultimate brain game

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bBoggled- the ultimate brain game

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Price: Free

Rating: 3.00/5 (1 vote)

Description

bBoggled is a fun game which tests your math, memory and strategy skills. It teases the brain just enough so that you crave for more. And now it comes with Scoreloop to share your scores, achievements and updates with your friends.

 

While the primary objective is quite simple, one really needs to exercise three aspects of one's intelligence to achieve the lateral objectives and hence boost the score. There are surprise bonuses hidden in the game, which can boost your score only when you've discovered how to use them. And just like anything else in life, time is of utmost importance in this game.

 

CAUTION: The game requires and improves concentration. So if you were looking for a casual game this is not for you.

 

This game has been demonstrated to improve one's short term memory and ability to think. Play for 15 minutes a day and see the difference in 2 weeks.

 

It is strongly recommended as a learning aid for school children.

 

Description:The game will show you a table of (yellow) cards, each containing a number or mathematical operation, which you have to quickly memorize. Once you have memorized, the cards would be turned upside down. You would then have to generate a simple mathematical equation (using blue and green action buttons). But one element (a number or mathematical operation) would be missing in this equation. Your task would be to solve the equation and select the appropriate card from the stack of cards which completes the equation.Choosing the correct card, would remove it. Choosing incorrectly, would add an extra card to the stack.You win when you have finished all your cards. You lose if the table gets filled up with cards.

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