The object of this game is to defeat Morty Maxwell, the Master of Mischief by beating him in fifteen races. 5 of them in Automobiles, 5 in Alternate Energy vehicles, and 5 in Airplanes.
Players have some leeway during the first races, but as the number of races they win climbs higher, nothing but the best parts available will win the race.
Players must choose between four different kinds of parts for each part of the vehicle. If they click on the blueprint of the vehicle while they are in the workshop, they will be told the best kind of that part. Players should look for the best part and recycle the others.
The Cyberchimps can be turned off or on. If they are off, they never show up. If they are on, they will knock your character down and steal a part you are carrying. Throw them a banana. They'll drop any parts they are carrying and eat it, falling asleep. You can then grab any part which it better. Players can only carry up to two of each part at one time, so recycle the parts which you don't need. They'll show up again, but the boxes which they are in will be red, so you can safely ignore them.
As players become more successful, the cyberchimps become more and more of a problem. They'll wake up faster and cause you more trouble. One way to safeguard the best parts is to go back to the workshop after getting a particularly good part. This way, the chimps cannot steal it.
To open the doors of the warehouse, players must solve science problems involving energy, balance, electricity, simple machines, jigsaw puzzles using magnets and others. Players recieve points for each part they pick up, each vehicle they build and each puzzle they solve. They also recieve bonus points for winning a race. However, players cannot go on to the next level until they win the race previous. Players advance from Trainee to Scientist and then to Head Scientist when they win all 15 races.
Graphics: Excellent, if cartoony.
Sound: Loud and clear. The various sounds made by the airvents, poppers and springboards is funny.
Enjoyment: Very enjoyable, especially the scenes when you win a race.
Replay Value: With 15 racers to be made, players will play this for a long time.
Morty Maxwell, the Master of Mischief, has moved into the Shady Glen Technology Center and taken over as the head scientist! Your job is to accept Morty's challenge and prove that you are a better scientist than he is. Morty has locked the doors in the warehouse with science puzzles. Show him how much you know about science by solving the puzzles. Then go through the doors, find the best vehicle parts, and build faster vehicles than Morty builds. To make your job more difficult, Morty's sneaky Cyber Chimps are collecting vehicle parts, too. Outsmart the Chimps by throwing bananas to them and making them take a nap. Race against Morty and win all 15 of the challenge races. You will reclaim the Technology Center and be the head scientist!
Super Solvers: Gizmos and Gadgets is one of the best games of all time. I have played many games, and many types of games in my day, but Super Solvers: Gizmos and Gadgets is a must have. I think it is the best of the Super Solvers series, hands down, bar none, without a doubt, etc.
The premise of the game is that Morty Maxwell has taken over the technology center, and you have to go oust him, again.
But unlike in past Super Solvers games, instead of trying to find out which room he is hiding in, or which enemy he is masking himself as, you race him. You have to go around the building, which there are three (I'll get to that later), and find the parts for your vehicle. Now don't get me wrong, there is more than one type of part for every part of the vehicle, like different size engines, tires, kinds of bearings, wings, bodies, differentials, landing gear, etc. But getting these parts is no freebie; Morty has 'chimps' running around to stop you or get in your way, depends on how you look at it. They can also pick up parts as well as steal parts from you if you're not careful. But if you give them a banana, they fall asleep. Then you can pass by or retrieve a part they stole.
Like I mentioned earlier, there are three buildings, each for a different type of racing vehicle. One is for airplanes, blimps, helicopters and other vehicles that fly. The second is for traditional vehicles, gas powered cars basically. And the last building has alternatively powered vehicles, like electric or hydrogen powered.
Like a classic Super Solvers game there are puzzles that you need to solve. In Gizmos and Gadgets you only need to solve puzzles to unlock doors. There are a variety of puzzles that you will need to solve, like use magnets to create the shape, or balance the scale, or arrange the gears in order to push the button, or draw a line to the correct answer, or connect the circuit.
Super Solvers: Gizmos and Gadgets was my favorite game as a kid. I have played tons games since then, and Gizmos and Gadgets is still one of my favorite games. Whether you are looking for an old classic to play, or a fun educational game for your kid(s), Gizmos and Gadgets is where it is at.
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