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Genius DS: Equal Cards (NDS cover
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Genius DS: Equal Cards NDS

Genius DS: Equal Cards is another position that takes the form of mind training. By its very nature, this title has been prepared for all users, regardless of their age. However, it is an excellent product for those who are just exploring the secrets of mathematics.

Puzzle | Nintendo exclusive titles

Genius DS: Equal Cards Release Date NDS

27August2007

developer: JoWooD Entertainment AG publisher: JoWooD Entertainment AG

English language game language: English

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Genius DS: Equal Cards is another position that takes the form of mind training. By its very nature, this title has been prepared for all users, regardless of their age. However, it is an excellent product for those who are just exploring the secrets of mathematics. Thanks to the different levels of difficulty of individual tasks, this position does not cause problems even to the youngest players. Accessibility is further enhanced by an uncomplicated interface, which consists in proper handling of the style on the touch panel.

The game is about shuffling and moving colored cards with specific numbers until the desired equation is arranged. More advanced players can solve tasks in a timely manner. Developers have prepared four different ways to have fun, combined with mind training. Solving subsequent mathematical puzzles, the user also has the opportunity to build a cardboard tower. Producers have not forgotten about the fans of multiplayer skirmishes. Using a Wi-Fi connection they can test their skills in versus mode.

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Game mode: single / multiplayer   Multiplayer mode:   Player counter: 1-2  

PEGI rating Genius DS: Equal Cards

Age rating. The PEGI rating considers the age suitability of a game, not the level of difficulty.
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