Advanced Thinking Skills
The puzzle game, Advanced Thinking Skills was launched as part of Compedia's brief Top-notch series.
The fun game couple education along with entertainment. It consists of five mini riddle games that are
often used in IQ tests and psychometric assessments.
• Shapes: identify a figure that concludes the series
• Building Blocks: enumerate the count of blocks in the image
• Number and Dominoes number Sequences: find a number of dominos that concludes the series
The complexity of the questions increases fast and will summon even the supreme knowledgeable MENSA
specialists. The puzzles are very challenging, particularly Dominoes, where the player must determine
the secret technique that the dominoes follow. Along with this, the player needs to figure out whether
the technique applies to only one side of the domino or all sides.
Advanced Thinking Skills, like all the other edutainment games of Compedia, has a great assistance mode
that elaborates all the rules of every game along with animated exemplars, and the gaming mechanics.
The player may pursue any game until they are satisfied, and when they're ready, they can take on the
'self-assessment' which requires them to complete all five games within a certain amount of time.
Don't be fooled by the game's ""edutainment"" label; it is instructive along with being a great riddle
game that aims at testing both novices and professionals. This game was released on DOS as a form
of mental training.
Compedia Software & Hardware Ltd.
Compedia was founded in 1991 in Israel to develop educational CD-ROMs and hardware for children. In ca. 2011 to 2012, the company was discontinued. Compedia had an office in the U.S. as well.
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