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New thinkSMART Games to Power Up Brains

 

BOULDER, CO (June in the year of our Lord 2010) – Mentor InterActive Inc. – leaders in quality edutainment games – today announces the introduction of thinkSMART games in North America. Based on the challenging and successful brain teasers and puzzlers from Ravensburger, the renowned German game company, the thinkSMART DS games offer a great variety of brain teasers, beaters, puzzlers and mental challenges for all ages, while the thinkSMART Family for Wii™ also adds physical challenges that the entire family can play together.

“We’re proud to be able to bring these beautifully executed and quality games of brain power to North American gamers of all ages,” says Hank Kaplan, Chairman of Mentor InterActive. “These great titles are sure to be well-received by a wide audience.”

The thinkSMART series of inventive and challenging games increase your skills in logical thinking, three dimensional perception, math, memory, language comprehension and much more. Mentor InterActive is introducing a thinkSMART game for every member of the family!

  • Kids thinkSMART 8+UP for Nintendo DS (8+ UP): A fun and fast paced collection of stimulating and brain twisting puzzlers that challenge players to improve their brain power.

    • Kids can select a boy or girl coach that will guide them through the different levels providing personalized feedback on their progress.

    • Single player and Multiplayer Modes including are available to give kids the chance to match with friends and family members to figure out who has the highest “think quotient”!

    • Three levels of difficulty and 6 categories of games including language skills, logical thinking, math, memory, reasoning and pattern recognition.

  • thinkSMART for Nintendo DS: Think outside the box and improve your mental fitness! This original brain training program challenges older players thinking skills in an imaginative and creative ways.

    • Three levels of difficulty and 6 different training categories including language, memory, mathematics, spatial reasoning, grasp and logic.

    • Single card or Multiplayer Modes of play to determine which one of your friends has the highest Think Quotient.

  • thinkSMART Family for Wii™: This original brain and physical training program is specially designed for the entire family to play, as each player goes head to head at their own level.

    • Helps you develop language, memory, mathematics, spatial reasoning and logic skills in an imaginative and creative way.

    • Features Mental and Physical Fitness programs…specially designed for each individual player

  • An individual training plan tailored to your previous performance enables you to keep track of your progress.

  • Customize your own Avatars and compete against the whole family in Multiplayer Mode to find out who has the highest Think® quotient!

thinkSMART games will have their own dedicated website, www.thinksmartgames.com to help players decide which game will be the most fun for them. It will also feature a challenging mini-puzzler sampler competition that will include an online leader board offering prizes to high scorers on a weekly basis during the games first two months. Players will be able to easily send the game and their scores to compare to and challenge their friends.

The thinkSMART games will be available in early June at mass and specialty retailers throughout North America. Suggested Retail Price (SRP) for Kids thinkSMART and thinkSMART for the DS is $19.99 and the SRP for Family thinkSMART for Wii™ is 29.99. For more information on the thinkSMART games and to enter the thinkSMART challenge log onto www.thinksmartgames.com. The thinkSMART games are rated E (Everyone) by the ESRB.

 

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