Mensa’s Brain Test mobile phone app is now available to download for Windows Phone 7 handsets courtesy of mobile videogame producers Appshen and Barnstorm Games. The Brain Test app has been a huge success on the iPhone since the product’s release in September 2010, rated as the #1 Entertainment App in seventeen countries.
The official app of the worldwide organisation for people with an IQ in the top two percent is the ultimate challenge and a fantastic way to train your brain. Brain Test provides a unique test environment, using Mensa approved questions. Problem solving skills are assessed with a variety of disciplines including logic, mathematics, language and visual tests. This test is a definitely a challenge and those who do well should feel confident in taking the Mensa Admission Test.
The Test takes on one of three different formats: short (20 questions); medium (40 questions) and long (60 questions) and is designed to give your brain the definitive workout. Once completed you will be given your personal test certificate, allowing you to gauge if you might have what it takes to join the top two percent. Mensa Brain Test users can check their improvement through a local score table and post their test score certificate to Facebook.
British Mensa Chief Executive John Stevenage said: “We had enquiries from smartphone users who wanted to experience the Mensa app, so, we are delighted that the Mensa Brain Test app will now be available on Windows Phones. The game not only gives a challenging workout for the brain it is a great deal of fun.”
Produced and published by Appshen and Barnstorm Games under license to Mensa International, American Mensa and British Mensa the app can be downloaded to the Android, Symbian, Blackberry, iOS and now Windows Phone 7 mobile handsets, priced at £1.49 GBP. Electronic Theatre will keep you updated with all the latest major videogame launches for Windows Phone 7 handsets.