Slogan for puzzle games portal?

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  1. Rubs

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    Hi folks,

    can anyone suggest a good slogan for puzzle game portal (I've expressed the idea here)? I'm thinking of something like "Everything to satisfy your brain" or "Everything your brain needs". Since English is not my native language I feel a bit constrained in this subj. Please help!
     
  2. BIGZIPZ

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    "games for clever people"

    "intelligent games for intelligent people"

    "the home of mind-bending games"

    Ok, Ok I have no hope as a career in maketing.
     
  3. Christian

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    "Games that kill you. literally"

    "food for your brain"

    "Satisfy your intellect"

    :D
     
  4. Pogacha

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    "Think smart, play smart!"
    "Clever levels of fun"
     
  5. coffee

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    "Mind over matter"
    "Awaken your mind"
    "Lifes a puzzle.. then you die, so enjoy it"

    Hum.. well maybe not the last 1 :D
     
  6. Dyno Kid

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    Think or be thonked (thonked is a made up name( i think?!!&&$%$)
    Think tank
    Brain ache
    No brain no gain
    Where brains are better than braun
    Lets put your brain to the test
    The clever peoples portal

    Darren.
     
  7. Lerc

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    What do we want!

    Brains!

    When do we want them!

    Brains!

    [actually that's already been done by cheapass games, but it's a personal favourite]
     
  8. bantamcitygames

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    I like it!
     
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    Where Grey Matters
     
  10. AnthemAudio

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    Think Inc
    IQ Playground
    Intelligence at Play


    Actually, I like that one... "Intelligence at Play"

    And here are some obligatory and easier to think of crap ones!

    The Thinkorium
    Brainstravaganza!
    Where People Think They're Having Fun!
    Have Fun Playing With Your Head
    Start/Stop Messing With Your Head
    Sweet Sweet Skull Candy

    Oh what fun!

    Tony
     
  11. Coach

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    "Puzzling games for puzzling people" :D

    A google search for "smart * for smart people" comes up with 78 000 hits while "smart games for smart people" only hits two. There's got to be an untapped market...
     
  12. Rubs

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    Wow! Thanks a lot! So much intelligence and creativity in one thread :D. Guys, you are awesome! I fell in love with almost all of your slogans. It only became much harder to choose :).

    So I have only one solution: to use them all. What about making them appear randomly on top of the page (1 per page display)? Reminds me of something like funny slogans displayed in Futurama’s caption. What do you think? IMO, this should be pretty amusing for visitors.
     
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    I believe Braun are a company that make electronic goods... ;)
     

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