Each main brain area has 5 mini games to play, thereby giving you 20 mini-games in all. The games enable you to use various inputs of the Vita’s control system, such as the front and rear touchpad, the gyroscope sensor and AR card recognition. The games offer 4 difficulty levels, which are Easy, Medium, Hard and Genius. The games will score you on the amount of time it takes and will penalise you for incorrect answers.
Obviously with more practice you will become more familiar with the puzzles and be able to complete them more accurately, thereby giving you a better Brain Power Score. I can see this game being a benefit to any family who has children at school and wants to improve their child’s ability to problem solve. Hopefully it won’t be long before Elizabeth or Alison can use this game to complement their home schooling regime.