With a patch, you can conceal issues in Big Brain Academy Battle of Ingenuity for Nintendo Switch

Big Brain Academy Battle of Wits has been updated to version 1.1.0 on the Nintendo Switch, allowing you to hide bugs and other terrible critters in minigames.

With a patch, you can conceal issues in Big Brain Academy Battle of Ingenuity for Nintendo Switch

Big Brain Academy: Battle of Wits was released on the Nintendo Switch in December. It is Nintendo's bet on the Switch's alternative audience this Christmas, and it, like Brain Training, resurrects the "Touch Generations" of the DS with games of cleverness and intelligence intended at exercising our gray matter.

Today, the game received a 1.1.0 update, which addresses certain bugs and adds a function that allows you to conceal photographs of bugs, cephalopods, and other animals that are potentially offensive.

Do you have a bug phobia? You will no longer suffer when playing mini-games such as Blurred Snapshot, in which you must rapidly choose which animal is in a photo that is gradually becoming visible.

With the update, the option "Disgusting creatures" will be added to the settings menu, preventing photos of bugs from appearing. Each user can choose this option, thus if multiple of you play Big Brain Academy on the same console, each of you can choose whether or not to view them.

These are the specific bugs that Big Brain Academy version 1.1.0 allows you to conceal:

  • Snake
  • Mariposa
  • Spider
  • Octopus
  • Squid
  • Starfish
  • Rana
  • Ant
  • fly
  • Grasshopper
  • Praying mantis
  • Caterpillar
  • snail
According to the patch notes (via Nintendo Everything), if you choose to restrict certain photographs, the variety in some minigames will be diminished. In addition, when playing online against Ghosts, you will only see users who have activated that option.

The update corrects a few problems and relocates the "secret" button that masks your age.

Here you can read our review of Big Brain Academy Battle of Wits for Nintendo Switch, a game that challenges your brain with numerous tests of memory, math, acuity, analysis, and perception, and that can be played in multiplayer mode in amusing competitions to see who is your family's lynx.

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