Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree is an intellectual game, which will bring you the most exciting multiplayer competitions. The game was developed to serve the Nintendo Wii platform. This is the sequel version of Big Brain Academy (developed for Nintendo DS). It was released in Japan with has the name Wii de Yawaraka Atama Juku0 on April 26, 2007; in North America on June 11, 2007; in Europe on July 20, 2007; and in Australia on November 8, 2007.
The challenge collection
Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree has many mini-games, which will bring puzzles with different content for people. The number of mini-games is 15 that is divided into five separate challenges, including Identify, Analyze, Visualize, Memorize, and Compute.
With intellectual challenges, Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree will focus on bringing a variety of tasks at different levels. The game is good at developing the player’s ability to think quickly. Besides, the game’s image system is good enough. The image details are gently designed, making it suitable for all ages.
The game mode and gameplay
In addition, there are two main modes for players to explore: single-player and multiplayer challenges. In the multiplayer challenge, everyone can have an avatar image by using the Miis system and use WiiConnect24 to participate in online competitions. In the single-player mode, players have to answer the questions of the game. In it, you will have to answer all 60 questions. Each challenge will bring you 12 questions and a mini-game with a maximum of four questions. Completing each question, players will get a specific score. In particular, the score of the game will be calculated according to the accuracy of the answer and the speed of answering. It means that giving the correct answer in the shortest time will help you get more points. In the case of giving the wrong answer, you will not get any points. Besides, the game’s questions are at four levels, including Easy, Medium, Hard, and Expert. You can only join the Expert level after achieving high scores in the first three levels.
In the multiplayer challenges, there are four different game sections. Mind Sprint is designed for two players to compete with each other or bring a team challenge of eight players. Also, Mental Marathon brings puzzles with limited time. During the time, people need to complete the questions as quickly as possible. Brain Quiz offers turn-based challenges, in which a group who will have to answer each of the questions in turn. With an incorrect answer, you will be out of the competition. Finally, Academic Succession offers contests in groups, and you will be given a choice of questions to answer. Your opponent can also do the same thing.