Generation: Gamerz Cerebrum meets Optic Nerve

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Cerebrum from Smarty Pants the casual gaming arm (or is it leg) of EA let us in on what your Cerebrum looks like. Ok no, they let us in on what their upcoming game called Cerebrum looks lik. So read on for more information and the new screenshots.

The game allows simultaneous play
using age-targeted trivia plus action-based gestures, making it a truly
trans-generational game made exclusively of the Wii.

Tailoring
questions to the contestant's age, gamers from eight to eighty can join
in on the fun all at the same time.  Every player's answer is tracked,
and the game automatically adjusts the difficulty level to provide
continous stimultion and interactive challenges that are age
appropriate.  Exciting Wii gestures make everything a game, from
spinning the category wheel and tug-of-wars over correct answers, to
"dance-offs" for additional points.

Smarty Pants boasts multiple
game modes including a family mode, a single team race against time and
a rapid-fire competitive mode perfect for groups of friends.  With both
competitive and collaborative game modes and 20,000 questions in
multiple categories, the fun is virtually endless!

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Features:

  • It's Anybody's Game! -
    20,000 questions in multiple categories are filtered according to age,
    giving every player an equal shot at being the ultimate Smarty Pants.
  • Raise Your Hands and Dance!
    - From cracking the spinner and dancing to the intuitve gesture of
    raising your hand, Smarty Pants features user-friendly controls.  Use
    1-4 Wii remotes - no nunchuck required!
  • The Fun Never Ends!
    - Take on your friends and your parents in multiple game modes
    including quick-fire versus and team based co-op.  Get a 4-player game
    going for some incredibly fun, fast-paced multiplayer mayhem!#
  • Fully localised!
    - Categories and questions that are fuly localised with country
    appropriate content for North America, UK, France, Germany, Spain and
    Italy!

This game looks like it should net an E for everyone or at the very least and E10+ (somewhere between a 3+ and 10+ from PEGI).

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