In surprising-yet-very-much-welcomed news for Android users, Total Eclipse’s A Clockwork Brain is finally making the jump from iOS devices.
A Clockwork Brain is a collection of unique, mind-teasing puzzles that entertain while simultaneously training the brain. It involves a series of mini-games which include games about missing tiles, judging objects from different points of view, solving anagrams, and analyzing directions before the timer runs out. The challenging nature of each task is bound to keep players entertained-and of course, keep the brain stimulated. A Clockwork Brain was especially designed to test various cognitive abilities, such as our visual, spatial, logic, language, arithmetic, and memorization skills. All of the artwork within the game has been hand-painted with lots of love, and was influenced by Victorian Steampunk and Mayan artwork. A Clockwork Brain also features a cute and extremely helpful little automoton named Sprocket, who acts as your personal tutor and gives you a personalized student report at the end of game challenge.
The port will be released this winter, and will be followed by further updates that introduce an asynchronous multiplayer mode, a revamped in-game Store, and new mini-games. So in the meantime, keep your eyes peeled on the A Clockwork Brain Facebook page and Total Eclipse’s Twitter page for the latest news. For iOS users, you can currently try out A Clockwork Brain from the App store for free.