Nintendo announced via a tweet this morning that the next title in the Big Brain Academy series, Big Brain Academy: Brain vs. Brain, will be coming to Nintendo Switch on December 3. While it’s playable solo, like previous Big Brain Academy titles, Brain vs. Brain designed to play with others. Players will be able to take on friends in couch co-op and against players from around the world in puzzle and number themed minigames.
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The trailer showcases some of the game’s IQ-themed minigames. Players can complete tasks designed to “train your brain,” such as solving number puzzles, matching a puzzle with a certain image, or figuring out the theme of a picture. image as it slowly stitches together. There are a number of different difficulty levels, and each player can set their own level during couch co-op. As Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Nintendo Online subscribers can play against players anywhere in the world and upload their own puzzle-solving ghost data, allowing others to play with it. The game seems to allow the player to have different profiles (and presumably records) in its save data.
This is the first entry in Big Brain Academy series since Big Brain Academy: Wii . Degree for the Wii in 2007, it’s been more than a decade since the series had a title. Original Big Brain Academy for the Nintendo DS is part of Nintendo’s Touch Generations line of games, aimed at consumers who don’t normally play video games. That mindset can be seen in the trailer, where the kids get the whole family involved in the title’s mini-games.