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March 23, 2020 / Posted by:

Brain Warp!

Nowadays, whatever is left of my brain is nothing but a pile of burnt-up weed buds and dried jizz balls, so even the question “What is two plus two?” causes my brain to warp. But back in the 90s, when some of us still had one working brain cell, one way to break our brain was to play the nerdy cousin of Bop It! called Brain Warp.

Brain Warp came from the minds at Big Monster Toys and was sold by Tiger Electronics. It came out in 1996, and that 90s coronavirus-looking thing was like the baby of Bop It! and Simon. It tested your reflexes and memories, so since I currently have the reflexes of a half-dead sloth on a 30-second delay and the memory of a goldfish’s turd, Brain Warp would totally murder my brain if I played it today. Here’s how it went, via BoardGameGeek:

It is shaped like a sphere with 6 knobs sticking out of it. The knobs all have different colors and are numbered 1-6. There are 6 different games to play. In the first game, the voice calls out a color and the player must quickly rotate the Brain Warp until the color called is facing upward. The next game is the same only it uses the numbers. Other games include: colors and numbers, combinations of colors and numbers, code buster, and a passing game in which players add to an ever growing sequence. The Brain Warp calls out the winner at the end of each game.

And here’s the mega 90s commercial:

There were different versions of Brain Warp throughout the years before it went away in the early-aughts. It should really make a comeback, because it’s not like we’re all already filled to the top with anxiousness and we need even more reasons to scream for a Xanax.

Pic: Etsy

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