Brain Games Board Game

Brain Games Game Rules

How To Play Brain Games (Instructions)

3 - 6
Play Time
30 MIN


Test your logic, vision, language skills and physical coordination with this brain stretching board game. Brain Games is a perfect name for this thinking game where you will be challenged to use all areas of the brain. Fun for smaller groups and great for family game night, this board game is both entertaining and somewhat educational.

If you can successfully complete a challenge from the four different categories then you will become the Brain Games champion (just don't let it go to your brain). Games like this are great for everyone since it isn't just trivia or just drawing. It takes advantage of everyone's strengths. Read more about how to play Brain Games with the official game rules below. Also available is a kids version tailored just for younger minds. Grab your copy of Brain Games and test out your brain.


The game Brain Games should come with the following components. These are based off of the original game and don't include components from any expansion packs or different editions.

  • Brain Games Come With 192 Game Cards
  • 40 Game Tiles
  • 6 Pawns
  • 6 Scorecards
  • 1 Game Board
  • 1 Game Die
  • Official Brain Games Game Rules And Instructions


How to Win
The first player to collect at least one tile from each of the four categories wins.
How to Win


Please keep in mind that the official Brain Games rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions that came in the original packaging and will teach you how to play Brain Games. Download these original PDF game rules or print them for later use.


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Human Question:
Which game starts with the same letter as Mancala: Chess, Uno, Monopoly, Battleship or Rummycube

Krystin Lewis says:

On the vision card that has the alphabet in "foreshortening" perspective; can the viewer tilt the card to answer or do they have to answer just be a straight on view?
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