When the Nintendo DS was first released, for some reason the first game we ever played was a brain trainer. Why out of all the games available we were given a brain trainer we don’t know, but ever since that memorable day, we have always had a special place in our hearts for brain trainers…
Super Flip is an extremely challenging fast paced brain trainer that is so simple you’ll begin to wonder if you are actually a lot stupider than you’d like to believe. Based around a 3 by 3 grid of shapes and colors, your mission in this game is to tap on all the squares that are: (a particular color, a particular shape, a particular color and shape, are not a particular color, and are not a particular color and shape) Phew, there are a lot of options considering how simple the game looks…😓
The in-game documentation for Super Flip is awesome, and so, because we’d rather not make this review way too long, we won’t explain exactly how you figure out what you’re supposed to be doing in each .
Moving on to the graphics things start to get really awesome… The graphics in this game look astonishing! With a color scheme very similar to Color Switch, (yet not a blatant rip off), this game looks just as good on the outside as it does on the inside! Something you rarely see with brain trainers…
In addition to great looks, Super Flip also features a simple yet very fitting soundtrack to help you get into that “focused mode” you need when playing a serious brain trainer.
Overall, is this game cool? “Definitely Yes!” Super Flip may actually be the best-looking brain trainer we’ve seen all year. A massive feat for a new indie team’s first ever released mobile game!
Would you like to put your brain to the test playing one of the coolest looking brain trainers we’ve seen in perhaps ever?