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Test Your Mind

Test Your Mind previously released on the North American Wii U eShop last November. In Europe, XenoHorizon is now bringing it out on December 15. The game will cost €1.99.

For those who need a recap, here’s a trailer and overview:

“Trick questions, puzzles, tests of memory, and more! This game full of mini-games will test your ability to think outside the box and use the Wii U™ GamePad to solve various problems. Rules come and go as they please and it’s up to you to decipher the solutions to the problems… and maybe even what it’s asking in the first place! If you manage to pass the test (don’t worry, it’s fair), have a friend or family member try it and you might struggle to hold in your laughter as THEY struggle to figure out what they’re doing! When you’ve figured out all the problems, play a fast-paced memory game in local multiplayer and see who can win a battle of brains. Just don’t hurt your mind—we only want to test it!”

Source: XenoHorizon PR

Test Your Mind was one of the new games on the Wii U eShop this week. Take a look at some footage from the release below.

Indie developer XenoHorizon has a new game lined up for the Wii U eShop. “Test Your Might” is scheduled for November 12 in North America.

Here’s the official overview:

– Three sets of questions/problems to get your brain working. Analyze, memorize, and think outside the box!
– Starts off easy with Mind Breeze, but gets harder in Mind Tease and even harder in Mind Burst. However, all problems are unlocked from the start!
– Stress-free test: you can take a break or skip questions, and your final grade won’t go on a report card.
– Great to share with friends and family—tackle the questions together or watch someone else play and have a good laugh!
– Local 2-Player mini-game Memory Wars lets you pit your memory against someone else in a simple, speedy fashion, with silly quotes and faces to go along with it. (Requires Wii U Pro Controller)

Test Your Mind was designed to be a quick, fun blast of joy you can share with others. We want you to think “wow, that’s not what I expected” or “that’s kind of silly” or… well, something. Think something because we want you to think! That’s what the game is for. We kind of hope you get stuck (for a short while, anyway) or else our problems probably weren’t hard enough. If you are satisfied with the end result, the best thing you could do for us and maybe yourself would be to share it—I mean, fun is one of those things where when you share it, it increases, not decreases, right? We hope so, anyway.

And the trailer:

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