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Who Has The Biggest Brain

In the free online game "Who Has The Biggest Brain?" you are taken through a series of mini games where you test your abilities in 4 areas of your brain. The combined score from each of these categories add up to your overall brain rating. A great opportunity to settle the debate, who really does have the biggest brain?


Calculation

Memory

Logic

Visual

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Passing Strategies:
  • No Mistake Bonus is granted when there is no wrong answer in a mini-game.
  • Use keyboard for maximum efficiency in calculation and counting cubes.
  • You won’t get any tokens or XP if you quit in the middle of a test.
  • The only way to get better is to play the game more!
  • There is no way to pause the game, so stay cool and concentrate.

After playing a game of 'Who Has The Biggest Brain?' you are awarded a ranking, or 'Brain Type'. You can use this 'Brain Type' to compare the size of your brain to your friends. There are 27 different brain types that are used to rank you and your friends. Impress your friends by ranking as a 'Neuronian', the highest ranking of them all!

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Here are some additional tips and tricks designed to help with Who has the Biggest Brain game play:

  • 8 different mini-games to play
  • Answering incorrect gives a penalty score
  • There are 27 different brain types

Getting a high score in 'Who Has The Biggest Brain?' is a combination of skills and speed. Each mini-game has its own approach, try to find a pattern for your brain to follow. Some people actually say it helps them to think out loud when playing, give it a try!


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Who Has the Biggest Brain • Re: How do you rank up in this???

By PoochyBox2017 » May 6th, 2017, 2:33 pm

So literally, there are tips, but let me give no more than 3.
#1 Literally, try to get No Mistake Bonuses. They help you a lot with something. So if you get lots of right answers, but none are wrong, you know what happens. Four ranks points and 40 as your no mistake bonus.
#2 With cube counting and finding the sum, difference, product, or quotient, you can use the mouse, but then there is the keyboard. The keyboard can give you the upper hand with these minigames.
#3 More importantly, just try your best!!!!!

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Who Has the Biggest Brain • Re: Keep Playing, You'll Get Better!

By depstein1112 » April 1st, 2017, 12:58 am

Not all games are created equal. Some are easier than others. Additionally, within the same game, you will sometimes get an easier sequence. For example, my scores range from 2700-3900. That is a 1200 point spread so don't get discouraged by a low score. There are tricks to getting higher scores (without cheating). Look for a structure to the answers. When I play the fill in the operation math game, certain structures will tell you whether it is addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division.
You can also learn patterns in blocks to count more quickly.
Likewise, with the puzzle, knowing what the colors are on the puzzle helps you solve it more quickly.

I hope some of you find this useful.

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Who Has the Biggest Brain • Re: Grades

By Mod_Aby » March 31st, 2017, 7:53 pm

Here is a list of all the different brain types that are available in Who Has the Biggist Brain and the score points needed to achieve each one. If memory serves, the highest score that I ever managed to achieve was the Nerd Bain. I did poorly on the math portion each and every timed. Good Luck in your games.

Amoeba 0 Earthworm 1000 Snail 300 Rat 500 Cat 700 Dog 900 Goat 1000

Chimp 1100 Gorilla 1200 Missing Link 3000 Neanderthal 1400 Average Joe 1500 Geek 1600

Nerd 1700 Scholar 1800 Scientist 1900 Genius 2000 Space Ace 2100 Cyborg 22000 Alien 2500

Squidlian 2700 Spacebot 3100 Calcubot 3300 Enephalobot 3500 Brainbot 3700

Neurobot 3900 Computron 4100 Xenos 4300 Neuronian 4500 Aeonian 4700 Galaxion 4900

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Who Has the Biggest Brain • Grades

By Dadpatti3 » March 31st, 2017, 6:34 pm

There are supposed to be a scale of 27 levels or grades. All I ever get is Average Joe, Geek & Nerd. Are these higher or lower than Avg Joe? Can you print the scale?
DadPatti

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Who Has the Biggest Brain • Re: Add profiles

By Dadpatti3 » March 18th, 2017, 6:41 pm

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Who Has the Biggest Brain • Re: Add profiles

By Mod_Skratty » March 18th, 2017, 2:47 pm

If you're asking if a second player can play through your account and have their own set of game stats, that answer would be no. Pogo games are set for the player on the account only. In the same sense, adding a second profile would be like adding a second player - the game will only reflect one set of game stats.

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Who Has the Biggest Brain • Add profiles

By Dadpatti3 » March 18th, 2017, 6:57 am

Can you add additional profiles in this game?

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Who Has the Biggest Brain • Re: Keep Playing, You'll Get Better!

By GreatYoshi2017 » March 9th, 2017, 11:37 pm

Well, one time I had this as the end of my game as a guest: 4 out of 4 minigames 500 points and up: 2310cm3. A low cyborg. Kind of impressive. Also, I keep struggling with the balance minigame.

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Who Has the Biggest Brain • Re: How do you rank up in this???

By GreatYoshi2017 » March 9th, 2017, 11:25 pm

Well, here are some tips.
-Wrong answers take away from your score. So do well and get very little wrong and I bet you will have four rank points.
-If there is only a few seconds left, just do as much as you can. There will be no harm to you score for answering in mid-question.
-In cube counter game, just count them in a group of whatever number. Then you just have to count the leftover cubes! Also, they have to have the number said in your head.
-In the missing sign game, just do the equation in parentheses first then identify if the number at the end is larger or smaller. If it is smaller, then it will be the minus sign or the divide by sign. If it is larger, then it is the plus sign or multiply sign.

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Who Has the Biggest Brain • Re: Keep Playing, You'll Get Better!

By Rangersrnmbr1 » February 18th, 2017, 7:48 pm

Yes, the game I am worst at is memory where you have to remember the order. But the cubed blocks, I've done very well in as i have in the numbers and letters in the circles. The memory where you remember the color of the cards I've been good on and off. Everything else I hardly or never get to 400.

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Who Has the Biggest Brain • Re: Keep Playing, You'll Get Better!

By madeforlovingguy » February 18th, 2017, 7:17 pm

SataiDelen wrote:
Seska42 wrote:There's only one sub-game that I can consistently score above the cutoff point for rank credit. The scores are far too dependent on speed.

It's not worth playing (outside of badges) when I'm only rarely getting rank credit.


Yeah, I agree. In fact, I think this was the first time I played this game, and yes, as madeforlovingguy said, it does get boring the more you play (I kept fighting falling asleep).

I've noticed that I do the best with the asteroids and the lego pieces. I tend to score 500 and above with those. But I'm glad to know that the scales throw other people and not just me. It's fine in the early stage of that section, but toward the end of it, it makes less sense to me and I tend to get them wrong more than right. I've also noticed I tend to have trouble with the puzzle pieces too (more when they're connected together than single pieces, though sometimes I'm so tired and bored by the time I reach that section that I get a lot wrong merely from carelessness). I also have noticed that I tend to get the subtraction and division wrong in the calculation section. I'll think the correct answer (the subtraction symbol) but I tend to click on the division symbol before I can stop myself. And the memory section is hit or miss for me. I'm fine when it's the flipping pairs of cards, but when you have to remember the order sequence of the cards that I have trouble, especially when I'm sitting there going, "OK, the purple thing, and the shrimp, and the yellow square thing..." because I have no idea what the pictures are supposed to represent, so my brain is going through lengthy sentences rather than just thinking, "Shrimp, squirrel, mushroom..."

So yeah, the makers of this game should have chosen pictures of things that the average person would know, seeing as most people aren't familiar with what I'm assuming is Sushi stuff which I just think is gross. And perhaps not put so many pictures in a row you have to memorize in so short a time. Just my opinion.



I completely agree with you both. I plucked up the courage to do the personal for 20 games and am nearing the end, will be glad to see the back of the game. I somehow have managed to make rank 5, but I doubt I will even make rank 10. It seems to take far too long to rank up and far too difficult to score over 500, personally 400 would have been ample. I also can't figure out their scoring system, I can play an entire round without mistakes and score anywhere from 350-450 and yet can play another round with mistakes and score higher.

I find with the weights, I start off well but they they throw in so many variants and equal weights that it just makes no sense. If they are both the same weight and equally bobbing up and down then neither are heavier than the other, so I just guess. I also agree with the memory, I do OK on both but struggle towards the end of the cards due to being moved around and forgetting what went where. And with the objects even the animals confuse me and with the 'sushi' I end up saying to myself 'yellow square, baked beans, black circle' etc and than gets even more confusing.

I really wanted to enjoy the game and am disappointed in how it has been made, they need to have more variant to the mini games rather than the few they have, and make the scoring consistent and easier to reach 500. I have noticed my high score is 2242, although I have no idea how I did that, as playing for the badge I rarely make 1700 LOL.

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Who Has the Biggest Brain • Re: Keep Playing, You'll Get Better!

By SataiDelen » February 17th, 2017, 11:30 pm

Seska42 wrote:
There's only one sub-game that I can consistently score above the cutoff point for rank credit. The scores are far too dependent on speed.

It's not worth playing (outside of badges) when I'm only rarely getting rank credit.


Yeah, I agree. In fact, I think this was the first time I played this game, and yes, as madeforlovingguy said, it does get boring the more you play (I kept fighting falling asleep).

I've noticed that I do the best with the asteroids and the lego pieces. I tend to score 500 and above with those. But I'm glad to know that the scales throw other people and not just me. It's fine in the early stage of that section, but toward the end of it, it makes less sense to me and I tend to get them wrong more than right. I've also noticed I tend to have trouble with the puzzle pieces too (more when they're connected together than single pieces, though sometimes I'm so tired and bored by the time I reach that section that I get a lot wrong merely from carelessness). I also have noticed that I tend to get the subtraction and division wrong in the calculation section. I'll think the correct answer (the subtraction symbol) but I tend to click on the division symbol before I can stop myself. And the memory section is hit or miss for me. I'm fine when it's the flipping pairs of cards, but when you have to remember the order sequence of the cards that I have trouble, especially when I'm sitting there going, "OK, the purple thing, and the shrimp, and the yellow square thing..." because I have no idea what the pictures are supposed to represent, so my brain is going through lengthy sentences rather than just thinking, "Shrimp, squirrel, mushroom..."

So yeah, the makers of this game should have chosen pictures of things that the average person would know, seeing as most people aren't familiar with what I'm assuming is Sushi stuff which I just think is gross. And perhaps not put so many pictures in a row you have to memorize in so short a time. Just my opinion.

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Who Has the Biggest Brain • Re: Keep Playing, You'll Get Better!

By Seska42 » February 16th, 2017, 11:35 pm

There's only one sub-game that I can consistently score above the cutoff point for rank credit. The scores are far too dependent on speed.

It's not worth playing (outside of badges) when I'm only rarely getting rank credit.

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Who Has the Biggest Brain • Re: Keep Playing, You'll Get Better!

By Rangersrnmbr1 » February 16th, 2017, 11:04 pm

My high is over 1900 but i'm terrible at memory. I do well with the visual and counting. I'm technically good at math but the way it is in this game. It's too fast for me. Ouch. So I have trouble with this game.

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Who Has the Biggest Brain • Re: Keep Playing, You'll Get Better!

By madeforlovingguy » February 16th, 2017, 10:18 pm

I didn't mind the game at first, but after a few games I got bored with it as there isn't much variety. I am relatively good at the game, love maths so that is always easy for me. I find the ones I struggle with are the memory and also the weight one sometimes throws me towards the end. Haven't played for a while and have the badge for 20 games I keep putting off LOL

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