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My daughter Gracie has been a longtime fan of one-person puzzle games. In fact, over the years, her collection has grown quite extensively. I thought we were going to eventually exhaust our resources; but, lucky for us, companies like Brainwright are always coming up with new game ideas! One of the latest is Cat Stax. We received the game a few weeks ago, and Gracie immediately grabbed it and took off. So, I’m putting her in charge of sharing her thoughts on this fun game (well, at least it LOOKS fun – I wouldn’t know since I haven’t had a chance to play it!)
About Cat Stax
Stack up the cats! Select a challenge and then arrange all of the cats on the card so that they fit perfectly within the grid. The cats come in all shapes and sizes, so you’ll have to figure out how they precisely nestle together to solve each challenge. Paw your way through all 48 puzzles and consider yourself one clever cat!
Brainwright is a division of Ceaco, Inc.
The Brainwright line of games includes a tantalizing collection of brainteasers, mind-benders, and logic puzzles for “curious minds.” All Brainwright products are made to the highest quality standards, while offering to stimulate your mind, improve memory, and hone fine motor skills. There’s something for all ages and abilities at Brainwright.
Gracie Says . . .
I have played a lot of brain games over the years. My mom asked me to share how this one to compares to the rest. So, here goes:
Cat Stax is similar to other brain games in the way there are multiple levels, the first being simple, and colors to activate dopamine which makes you feel accomplished and will lead to addiction in order to keep these levels up.
However, it is better in the way that it’s a physical game that involves spatial recognition, because you need a 3-D game for that. Apps can’t create a good spatial recognition game for the life of them without it being 2-D, which eliminates a lot of the challenges, and even if the app would be 3-D it would take up too much space on a person’s phone.
So, in other words, Cat Stax is a good game to exercise your spatial recognition, so guys will enjoy that. Because there are multiple levels, the first which are simple, it will trigger the dopamine levels in your brain and cause satisfaction, eventually leading to an addiction in the game, which increases due to the colorful cats, so people will play it a lot in order to keep the dopamine level. It’s better than apps that way because you don’t have to purchase anything extra to keep the high dopamine levels going.
Girls can use Cat Stax to increase their spatial recognition, and guys can use it to challenge their spatial recognition.
I would definitely recommend this game!
To find out more about this game – and other games by Brainwright – or to purchase, head over to the website.
***This post made possible by Ceaco/Gamewright.***