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Give Your Mind a Mental Work Out With BrainiversityTM 2

Brisbane, Australia — August, 2009 — 3 Blokes Studios, one of Australia’s leading casual and social games companies today announced that their new brain training game, Brainiversity 2, is available for Windows computers for USD $19.95.

Brainiversity 2 is a brain-training game designed to stimulate your brain and keep the mind active with 24 different games covering Language, Math, Memory and Analysis.

“Fans of the original Brainiversity, as well as new players, will love the sequel,” said John Passfield, Chief Creative Bloke of 3 Blokes Studios. “We’ve created a bunch of brand new games that will give people a mental workout in a fun and engaging way.”

Brainiversity 2 also includes numerous trophies to earn, a fun avatar system and a Daily Exam mode that records your daily workouts – the results of which are viewable on a monthly chart.

Your host, Edison, will keep you informed of your progress, make jokes, give you fun facts and let you know if someone famous was born on the day you are playing.

A Mac and iPhone version will be released soon.

For more information on Brainiversity 2 visit: www.brainiversity.com
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