Brain Cell is a logic puzzle game. Players are presented with clues and must use deductive reasoning to place objects in a grid. Brain Cell comes with standard puzzles. In addition new puzzles may be created by the player or downloaded and installed.
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In the standard puzzles, there are 5 people of various heights, weights, ages, etc. You must use the clues provided to determine what order they are standing in and the characteristics of each person. There are 10 levels of play. Infinite puzzles may be generated at varying levels of difficulty. A unique twist to this game, for the younger player, is that he or she may enter his own names, ages, etc, which will then be used to generate the puzzles.
In addition, new to Brain Cell 3.0, puzzles of various sizes and subject-matter may be downloaded from our web-site. You can even create your own Brain Cell logic puzzles which may be uploaded to share with other Brain Cell players. Puzzles can be created wthl real facts, enabling Brain Cell to be used as a teaching tool.
There are two ways to play Brain Cell. In basic mode, you drag the answers to their correct positions in the answer grid. In logic grid mode, you indicate true and false situations in a logic grid.
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