Who Has The Biggest Brain comes to iPhone

Brain-trainer launches with Facebook Connect tech

Who Has The Biggest Brain comes to iPhone

UK social games publisher Playfish has made its long-awaited move onto iPhone, kicking off with a version of its Facebook brain training game Who Has The Biggest Brain?

It's launching alongside the Facebook Connect technology, allowing players to sign into the game using their Facebook logins, and then compare their scores with their friends on the social network.

WWTBB? is one of the first iPhone games to use it - earlier today, we revealed updates to Tap Tap Revenge 2 and iBowl also now offer Facebook Connect.

The iPhone version is actually the pro mode of the game, offering 12 mini-games to play, a practice mode, performance calendar, and full touchscreen controls. If you haven't played the Facebook version (and 15 million people have), it offers slick cartoon visuals.

But it's the social aspects that are the game's biggest draw. Once logged in, you can see your friends' scores, complete with their Facebook profile photos.

The game costs £2.99 in the App Store, and it's not the only Playfish game to be heading to iPhone.

The company has confirmed it's working on versions of Word Challenge and Geo Challenge, which will hit the App Store by Summer. We're hoping Bowling Buddies and Pet Society will be on the way too at some point.

For the full story behind Playfish's iPhone ambitions and Facebook Connect, read the full interview on

Stuart Dredge
Stuart Dredge
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