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The Brainies is one of those video games on the Interplay Collection 2. I am very glad I had the money to purchase this compilation cartridge on the Evercade systems. This is a puzzle video game that families can really get into. The goal of this puzzle video game is to get all of the little icons onto their end space. Each icon is a certain color. We need to get the red to the red, blue to the blue, and so on in The Brainies. Each of the screens in The Brainies is a little maze.

Moving the characters in The Brainies is not very intuitive at first. It took me a few tries to figure out how to move my characters around in The Brainies. I first had to find the right button to press to get the square frame to appear. I would then put the frame in the right spot and press a button to get the little character/icon to move to that location. The Brainies gets clever with the puzzles.

Each puzzle within The Brainies has more than one solution. Players must move the little guys around in such a way that they do not block the way for the other little guys. This sounds easy but can get extremely complicated very quickly. The more I played The Brainies the more I figured out what to do and how to do it. By the way there is a tutorial at the start of The Brainies. It shows the Super NES controller which can be mapped differently than an Evercade controller.

The music in The Brainies is really good. I enjoyed listening to the music while trying to beat the clock and get my little guys to the right spots in The Brainies. I personally would have preferred some time to think about things. I did learn that when I failed I did better the next attempt. Practice certainly makes perfect within The Brainies. This video game taught me to solve problems and to do it quickly.

I reviewed plenty of games on the Evercade. The Brainies is one of my personal favorites. We have some nice 16-bit graphics that like to show off that rotational feature. I remember that from back in the 16-bit era. It is funny to see it now. I hope to see more games like The Brainies in the future. It was a pleasure for me to play, record a video, and review The Brainies on the Evercade.
- Paul


Graphics: 89%
Sound: 95%
Replay/Extras: 95%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 95%

System: Evercade/Super NES
Publisher: Titus
Developer: Titus
Rating: ‘K-A’ - Kids to Adults

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