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Master Jin Jin's IQ Challenge

Master Jin Jin's IQ Challenge (DS) game cover art
Platform: DS
Genre: Casual (Educational)
Developer: ASK
AKA: MinDStorm (EU), Akiyama Jin Kyouju Kanshuu: Zennou JinJin (JP), MinDStorm (AU)

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Master Jin Jin's IQ Challenge review

Reviewed May 28, 2007

Gary Hartley says: "The worth of your brain levels are easy to call into question, too. They never decrease with incorrect answers and, if one set of puzzles prove too hard for you, you can dodge the harder incarnations of them and instead do several of the same puzzles on an easier setting to rack up the same promotion. In fact, after only about half an hour or so on the easiest setting, you can climb your level onto that of a PhD mind – which sounds very impressive for a few shape-nudges and math sequence algorithms."
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