Games Spotlight: Multiplayer Games That Tease The Brain And Test Reaction Time

2 Player Reactor
Have you ever been playing a game app on your Kindle and wished a friend or two could join in on the fun? Your wish has been granted, by 2 Player Reactor and 4 Player Reactor.

In these games, a visual puzzle or question is shown onscreen, and all players try to be first with the correct answer. From Amazon:

2 Player Reactor is an entertaining, multi-player, split-screen game for your Android device. This simple puzzle game supports up to two players, so you can challenge a friend or hone your catlike reflexes with single-player practice games.

The premise of the game is simple: solve a puzzle and be the fastest to tap in. Puzzles range from identifying shapes and colors to basic math equations and true-or-false questions. Each player gets an assigned tap area on the screen. Focus on the screen and have the quickest reaction time when the correct solution is visible!

4 Player Reactor4 Player Reactor is an entertaining, multi-player, split-screen game. This simple puzzle game supports 2 – 4 players so it makes for a great party game. Or, hone your skills using single-player practice games.

The premise of the game is simple: solve a puzzle and be the fastest person to tap in. Puzzles range from identifying shapes or colors to easy math equations. Each player gets an assigned tap area and must focus on the center of the screen. Have the quickest reaction time when the correct solution is visible!

Features

The 4 Player Reactor app includes 26 different puzzle modes and is a cinch to customize. Like or dislike a particular puzzle? Enable or disable it in the custom menu. Choose from 4 different difficulty levels: easy, medium, hard, and insane. Select how many correct hits should happen before the puzzle mode changes. You can also opt to play the games in a random order or play modes that are easier to win more often. A clever Adaptive Mode makes it harder to hit the button for a player that’s far ahead in points. The required number of points per round can be set from 1 to one million.

 

Right now, 2 Player Reactor is free (rated 4/5 stars across 34 reviews) and 4 Player Reactor (rated 4/5 stars across 100 reviews) is just $1.99.

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