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Vortex Point Junior 1

Vortex Point Junior is a game series containing brain teasers, puzzles and all-age mathematical riddles.

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16 comments

  1. Gwen says:

    This is so hard! X3

  2. Vikhyat says:

    First comment! YOU ROCK CARMEL GAMES

  3. Tanisha says:

    This game wasn’t as good as your other games. It also got 6.2 out of 10 on http://www.mousecity.com/games/point-and-click/vortex-point-junior—1/

    Please try to make the sequel better. But I will be looking forward to Vortex Point 6!

    • Carmel Games says:

      Hi Tanisha,

      This game (and all games here on Brain Busters) are a different from our regular games. They’re intended to be smaller and shorter. Also, this series (Vortex Point Junior) is not to be confused with the regular and bigger Vortex Point series.

  4. Reness says:

    Hey, thats so sweet. Love it.Don’t mind,saying in a positive way, but I find it better than the professor and lab coat thing.Please keep developing these series.

  5. Purple Girl says:

    YES!!!! First to comment! Awesome game.

  6. pranamika says:

    hello,
    the kids are soo cute and also the background s really very spooky… well done.

  7. anu says:

    im the first person to say make a game with a person looking as JUSTIN BIEBER

  8. FRANCINE ANNE (girlgamer) says:

    no comments yet im going to be the first now make 234 for fun

  9. FRANCINE ANNE (girlgamer) says:

    If you got anyproblem in this game just talk to me maybe i can help you

  10. FRANCINE ANNE (girlgamer) says:

    WOW THIS IS WAY TO HARD RIGHT?

  11. Simon says:

    Would be more logic if card 3 = 6 (8*6 = 48, 7*5 = 35, 6*4 = 24, 5*3 = 15, 3*2 = 6) and not 3
    Card 4 should be = 1 and not 5

    • Carmel Games says:

      Hi Simon,

      The answer to card 3 is: x*(x-2), so:
      8*(8-2) = 8*6 = 48
      7*(7-2) = 7*5 = 35
      6*(6-2) = 6*4 = 24
      5*(5-2) = 5*3 = 15
      3*(3-2) = 3*1 = 3

      On card 4: The skull rotates 45 degrees clockwise and then 90 degrees counter-clockwise and so on. So in total the rotation will be:
      1. 0 degrees
      2. 0 + 45 = 45 degrees
      3. 45 – 90 = -45 degrees
      4. -45 + 45 = 0 degrees
      4. 0 – 90 = -90 degrees

      • Troy says:

        Upon seeing the answer to card 4, it is clear that you’re doing a “clockwise once, counterclockwise twice” loop, but it is more natural to see the clues as a “down, down to the left, down to the right” loop, since clue 4 and clue 1 are identical.

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