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Fueled by your mental energy, Professor Fizzwizzle's Brain Train will take you on a brain-boosting adventure with 15 innovative mini-games in 3 addictive play modes. But this is no ordinary brain game; The Amazing Brain Train contains features never before seen in the genre! Say goodbye to the minimalist brain game graphics of yesteryear, as engaging full-color, animated graphics usher in a new era in brain game visuals. And forget about goal-less gameplay: The Amazing Brain Train is packed with quests, trophies, and even a global on-line high score system, so the fun will never stop!

Put your mighty mind to the test and see how far you can go! A free demo of The Amazing Brain Train is now available for Windows, Mac, and Linux at www.grubbygames.com

Based in Vancouver, Canada, Grubby Games was formed in October 2004 with a simple goal: To make accessible, polished games that are fun to play. We're passionate about developing games that are beautiful, easy to learn, and above all, fun. We want to provide you with games that we would love to play ourselves!
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