Neuroskeptic: The Video Game

By Neuroskeptic | December 26, 2011 9:16 am

As a Christmas present, here’s something I’ve been working on over the holidays – Neurubiks.

It’s a free puzzle game. The brain is broken. Can you can restore neuro-harmony?

Download it here.

Features:

  • A bit like a Rubik’s cube, but less annoying.
  • Millions of possible puzzles.
  • Easy to learn – just click on the blobs.
  • Neuroanatomically accurate.
  • Perfect for killing time while running fMRI analyses.

Notes:

If you like it, hate it, find bugs or have any suggestions, please let me know in the comments.

If I knew Flash, I would have programmed this in Flash. If any Flash developers like Neurubiks and are interesting in helping develop it please do get in touch.

Apologies to the color-blind. The game is all about colours I’m afraid. Let me know if you have any ideas for making it more color-blind-friendly.

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