If you’re looking for fun games to exercise your noggin, look no further that Freeverse Software’s latest release,
Big Bang Brain Games. A downloadable demo is available, and the collection costs $29.95.
Big Bang Brain Games collects together six new “classic” games, including Sudoku; a kinetic puzzle game called Reaction; a variation on Minesweeper called NovaSweeper; A Concentration-style game called Remembrance; Echo, a game that tests your spatial memory and your ability to listen; and Fallacy, a unique title that tests your ability to understand logical fallacies.
Big Bang Brain Games was crafted by developer Graveck Interactive using Unity, the Mac-based 3D game development engine. It features Freeverse’s trademark wit and high-quality artwork, sporting hosts such as Sol, Luna and Wisdom, who crack jokes with you or offer dry observations as you play.
Big Bang Brain Games also keeps track of how well you’re doing and graphs your brain usage, according to your scores and performance. What’s more, you can also publish a Web page to your .Mac account from within the games, highlighting your scores in each of the games.
System requirements call for Mac OS X v10.3.9 or later, 600MHz or faster processor and 32MB graphics card. A Universal binary, Big Bang Brain Games also works on Intel GMA 950-equipped Macs like the Mac mini and MacBook.