Dr. Brain is a series of educational games made by Sierra On-Line in the s. The objective of each game is solving a series of puzzles in order to proceed further into the game. The series was later picked up by Knowledge Adventure who turned it into a more action-oriented game. The original two games, Castle of Dr. The Island of Dr. Brain is the second game in the Dr. Brain series by Sierra On- Line. It was released in and was only available to play in DOS. Contents. [ hide]. 1 Summary; 2 Reception; 3 References; 4 External links. Summary. Like the first game in the Dr. Brain series, The Castle of Dr. Brain, Island was an. The Lost Mind of Dr. Brain is the third installment of the educational Dr. Brain series, created and published by Sierra On-Line. Several new characters have been introduced: Dr. Brain's niece, Elaina (voiced by Kayce Glasse) is on hand to replace Dr. Brain (voiced by Rodney Sherwood) as host, and also serves as a guide.
Published by. Sierra On-Line, Inc. Developed by. Sierra On-Line, Inc. Released Also For Amiga, Macintosh, PC Genre Adventure, Educational. Perspective 1st-Person Perspective. Theme Puzzle-Solving. Description Castle of Dr. Brain is the first in a two-part series of educational puzzle-games from Sierra. 23 Dec Published by. Sierra On-Line, Inc. Developed by. Sierra On-Line, Inc. Released Platform DOS. ESRB Rating Kids to Adults. Genre Adventure, Educational. Perspective 1st-Person Perspective, 3rd-Person Perspective. Theme Puzzle- Solving. Description In the sequel to Castle of Dr. Brain, you will. 4 Sep "Welcome to the Castle of Dr. Brain, where your mind is the key to every door. Castle of Dr. Brain is a critically acclaimed, brain-bending game filled with off- beat humor and mind-boggling challenges. Your problem-solving skills will be stretched to the limits as you try to think your way through a gauntlet of.
The Lost Mind of Dr. Brain is the third installment of the educational Dr. Brain series, created and published by Sierra Entertainment. As in the first two games, Lost Mind features science related puzzles. Where the previous installments featured a large, semi-free-roaming environment, however, Lost Mind confines the player.