Encleverment Experiment invites players ages five and older to join brilliant and eccentric Professor Ivor Question in his funky lab. Gamers enjoy a variety of fun and fast-paced challenges testing memory, reflexes, and dexterity. Response time and accuracy are rewarded with Noodles, the in-game currency. The game's challenge is to accumulate Noodles, but out-braining your friends is fun, too.
The game features two main game styles: Take-a-Test Mode for single players and Game Show Mode for 1-4 players.
Players take the Professor's five-round tests in mathematics, pattern recognition, reactions, and...what was it?... ah yes, memory. Players can track their improvements over the previous 30 tests to see how much their brains have become "enclevered."
Single players take on one of 15 AI opponents at a time, with each victory unlocking the next, more skilful contestant. Each game show features six rounds randomly selected from the 16 available mini-games, and each opponent specializes in one or more games. The final contestant is the Professor himself and he's an expert at everything!
Multiple players attempt to complete the Professor's challenges as quickly as possible, with top honors going to the first player to answer correctly. Players can challenge randomly generated quizzes or design their own "Home-made Games" with the easy-to-use Editor feature, which can create game shows up to 30 rounds long. The last round is always the "Score Stealer Game" - the first person to answer correctly gets to steal points from the fellow contestant of choice. Winners are rewarded with Noodles which are used to purchase up to 60 collectible Mascots to show off their gaming prowess.
Encleverment Experiment offers 16 fun and mind-challenging mini-games and puzzles including:
- Griddled (find the only word in a word search-style grid);
- Copy Cat (remember the sequence of new eye colors every time the cat blinks);
- Semi-Vinyls (piece together broken records like a jigsaw puzzle);
- Stepping Tones (match sounds to colors); and
- Oddest One Out (identify which one of four patterns just doesn't"fit").
- Each mini-game offers four levels of difficulty to cater for gamers of all ages and ability.
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