BrainBolt Genius Review
Think you’re a genius when it comes to memory? Put your skills to the test with BrainBolt Genius. This light-up game challenges players ages 7 and up to solve the puzzle by following the lights. There are five new games to play. Imitation is a game where you have to correctly remember and press the tiles that were lit until all 21 tiles are lit and pressed. In Solitaire, one tile at a time will light up, and you’ve got to be fast to press it. There are two versions of the Sequence game. Start off easy with level one and try to correctly press the lit-up tiles in sequence. Once you’ve mastered that, move up to Sequence Genius. In this version, you have to remember the sequence and color of each tile. And in Lights Out, two tiles will light up for two seconds before going dark. Now, only one tile lights up. Can you remember which tile is missing?
All of those games are playable in solo mode, but if you have two players, you can play two-player versions of Imitation and Sequence.
The game has the option to play with or without sounds, and the game requires three AAA batteries, which are not included.
Should I get it?
This game offers a fun challenge to kids and adults. We like that there are five different games to play, plus the option to play solo or head-to-head. Because the game is handheld, it’s easy to bring for gametime on the go.
5 new games
Handheld game is easy to take on the go
Play solo or with a friend
Memory games are a satisfying challenge
Batteries are not included