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With the runaway success of Nintendo's Dr Kawashima Brain Training games, everyone else in the videogame world has more than taken notice, and like the myriad of copy-cat character-clad Kart games that followed on from the success of Mario Kart, the brain training software genre has found some serious ground (and competition). Atari and Eidos are the latest to jump on board this bandwagon having just announced Dr. Reiner Knizia’s Brainbenders for the Nintendo DS.
Award winning game designer Dr Reiner Knizia is an expert in algorithmically generated logic problems and has over 300 board games and books to his name. Now he has created a collection of ingenious challenges for all the family. Get ready for a mental journey that will make you laugh and cry - and leave you begging for one more go!

Travel to iconic global cities and help solve the various conundrums that you will encounter; all designed by the fiendish genius Dr. Reiner Knizia himself.
At least Knizia is no stranger to this style of creativity. It's only a matter of time before our heads are this big as a result of all this though, but at least titles of this nature give parents and anti-videogame lobbyists something they can't cry about.

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