Phi Brain: Kami no Puzzle - Videos

Alt title: Phi-Brain ~ The Puzzle of God

Phi Brain: Kami no Puzzle Episode 8 - Crab! Hot Springs! The Puzzle King!

Kaito, Nonoha and Ana are invited to spend the day at a puzzle themed hotel by an old friend. This is no ordinary vacation however, as the hotel holds within it a puzzle with no traps, which makes Kaito think that there's more to it than meets the eyes.

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A Pact Concealed Within a Maze

Episode 1

A Pact Concealed Within a Maze

Philosopher's Reward

Episode 2

Philosopher's Reward

The Boy Genius’ Melancholy

Episode 3

The Boy Genius’ Melancholy

The Girl in the Secret Room

Episode 4

The Girl in the Secret Room

Invitation from a Nightmare

Episode 5

Invitation from a Nightmare

Restoration Towards the Light

Episode 6

Restoration Towards the Light

Nonoha's Title

Episode 7

Nonoha's Title

Crab! Hot Springs! The Puzzle King!

Episode 8

Crab! Hot Springs! The Puzzle King!

The Fallen Apple & the Path's Continuation

Episode 9

The Fallen Apple & the Path's Continuation

Welcome to the Queen's Country

Episode 10

Welcome to the Queen's Country

The Queen Strikes Back

Episode 11

The Queen Strikes Back

Puzzle Time at Reunion

Episode 12

Puzzle Time at Reunion

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Xetam Xetam says

Both of these shows has a type of game where they challenge one another. One has a virtual card game and the other has a variety of life size puzzles. There is a punishment for losing during special games. The main characters even have items that make them better at the game. They repeat the game almost every episode. There is also a villian at points trying to ruin the game or destory the world.

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Manthika Manthika says

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Keristero Keristero says

Both shows are about extremely smart characters who bet everything on games, or puzzles in particular.

One thing to note is that the shows have very different pacings however, Phi Brain is longer whereas No Game No Life is faster.

If you are looking for more crazy games give it a go :)

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