# Braincup

3.7
160 reviews
10K+
Everyone

Anomaly puzzle:
Find the outstanding figure. Take the color and shape of the figure into account.

Path finder:
Start at the marked position and follow the arrow instructions to find the destination.

Mental calculation:
Warm up with simple math calculations.

Mental calculation:
Warm up with simple math calculations.

Sherlock calculation:
Find a formal to get to the requested goal.

Chain calculation:
Solve complex formulas.

Color confusion:
Keep focused.

Fraction calculation:
Solve the fractions.

Height comparison:
Find the formal with the highest result.

You can create your own Riddle or Sherlock calculation and share it.

The game has several achievements and each exercise has medals to keep you motivated.

No tracking. Open source.
Updated on
Feb 1, 2020

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No data collected

## Ratings and reviews

3.7
152 reviews
Troy Correia
July 6, 2020
Some of the challenges are pretty good and well balanced. It reminds me of a basic version of the early Nintendo DS brain games. However, the math problems do not follow order of operations and end up having wrong answers.
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February 29, 2020
Great app, yet simple UI and entertaining. There's a bug within tests having calc, when the calculation become too long, the backspace button moved out of screen (invisible). Thank you!
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December 7, 2019
Great! Except on mental calculation numbers are missing in some of the equations, if that gets fixed it'll be 5 stars
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Simon Schubert
December 18, 2019
Sorry for the inconvenience. I updated the app to make the rules for Mental calculation more clear. The rule is to remember the result of the previous calculation and use it as a base for the next calculation. E.g. if the previous result was 3 and the current calculation is "* 5" the result is 15. I also updated the Anomaly puzzle, Thanks

## What's new

Improved roundness of circle shape
Renamed Height comparison game to Value comparison
Fixed layout issues