BBG Entertainment, a leading producer and publisher of digital entertainment products, announced today the worldwide release of Einstein™ Brain Trainer, which sees the first appearance of the theoretical physicist and his celebrated cerebral conundrums on the Apple iPhone.
The game is now available on the App Store, priced £1.79.
In addition, BBG Entertainment is pleased to launch an update to its enormously popular Einstein™ Brain Trainer HD for the iPad, granting users access to 12 extra activities for free.
Einstein Brain Trainer allows players to challenge their brain in a playful, motivating way on a regular basis. With its broad appeal, Einstein Brain Trainer combines high entertainment value with mental exercises that automatically adapt to the level of each player. By utilising a series of mathematical, color-based, and memory based tests and activities, players can keep their brain sharp and active.
The character of revered physicist Albert Einstein assists players in-game, guiding them through training, and providing advice and motivation to keep exercising the various regions of the brain. All areas of the game were individually designed with high levels of creativity, making this truly unique brain trainer a blast to play.
The iPhone version of Einstein Brain Trainer builds upon the success of Einstein Brain Trainer HD, released late last year. Within a matter of days of launch, the game leapt into the top five iPad games apps sold around the world.
Einstein Brain Trainer Features:
•30 exercises in all, with 15 specially developed for the App
•Scientific background including a tutorial for each exercise
•Daily Tests to check your current "Brain Fitness"
•Dynamic adaptation of the difficulty level of individual exercises
•Continuous interaction between Albert Einstein and the player
•Detailed help system accessible from anywhere in the game
•Trophy room for awards received
•Hot Seat mode - multiplayer mode on a single iPhone
•Game Center support for a global high score ranking
•Personal coaching by the likeness of Albert Einstein