EA brings American's #1 bestselling educational series to the Nintendo DSTM handheld system this September, just in time for back-to-school! Brain Quest, the brand recognized by teachers, trusted by parents, and adored by kids is now interactive for today's tech savvy kids. In partnership with the series' publisher Workman Publishing Company, Inc., EA will release two Brain Quest games centered on the curriculum-based series: one for third and fourth graders, and another for fifth and sixth graders.
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Staying true to the curriculum-based card deck series, the Brain Quest video games are loaded with over 6,000 unique questions in each game, developed specifically for the third/fourth and fifth/sixth grade levels and can keep kids entertained whether in the car, at home, or while waiting for the school bus. The game's Brain Mode provides quick to the fun action that enables kids to jump right in, immersing themselves in fast-paced quiz games, as they answer questions on their favorite subjects: English, history, math, science, and geography. Brain Quest adds another element to the fun—a Quest Mode where players follow a light story that pits them against successively more difficult challenges in each category. The game's Multiplayer Mode allows players to challenge their friends and siblings or play cooperatively, so kids of all ages can get in on the action and enjoy the brain-twisting fun!
Throughout the game, players who answer questions correctly score and redeem points to obtain collectibles that can be unlocked by winning achievements. These collectibles can then be used to customize up to six scenes in the game.
Questions Galore – Over 6,000 unique questions in each game, developed specifically for the third/fourth and fifth/sixth grade levels that will keep kids entertained wherever they go!
Quick to the fun action – Brain Mode allows kids to jump right in, immersing themselves in fast-paced quiz games, as they answer questions on their favorite subjects: English, history, math, science, and geography.
Solve Problems – Quest Mode takes kids through a light, fun story world where they will play quiz games to solve problems.
Challenge Your Friends – Kids of all ages can get in on the action and enjoy the brain-twisting fun with Hot Swap Multiplayer quiz games featuring both versus and cooperative games.
Win Rewards – Kids can win achievements to unlock collectibles and redeem points to obtain them. These collectibles are then used to customize up to six cool scenes.
Sudoku for Kids – The game also features Sudoku specially tailored to kids of all ages, with 4x4, 6x6 and 9x9 puzzles.
Brain Quest Grades 5 and 6 is rated
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Don't walk away, RUN AWAY!this game is really, really bad. I mean, the sound is horrible, the questions are simple, and i got this game several years ago when i got my first ds because my parents thought it would be 'educational'. But the game is really bad, parents, don't waste your money.