Hone your skills on an unlimited number of logic game problems with LSAT Games Infinite. Never do the same problem twice - each ordering and grouping scenario and question is uniquely generated. Use LSAT Games Infinite to build the speed and confidence to excel on the test.
Improved problem phrasing to be clearer.
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Just stick to real LSATs (Updated Review)
Thanks to the creators for getting back to me and quickly addressing some language issues that I believe severely limited the app’s usefulness.
Today, after seeing their response, I gave both the ordering and grouping games another try. They are very similar to the real games! The language is far more reminiscent of the actual LSAT.
You don't get the amusing backstory in the app, but if you love games, you'll still enjoy these exercises. I decided that I'll mainly stick to doing and reviewing practice tests while I'm still prepping for the real exam, but afterward, or in my free time, I'll have fun with this.
The games are not clear. I love doing LSAT games, and I’m very good at them, scoring overall in the mid and upper 170s.
I wanted to have new games to do while bored, but not have to use prep tests.
I’m not sure if this is a copyright issue, but the language used on the fake games is so ridiculous. When was the last time a real logic game said, “and vice versa” on two dependent if clauses? The real LSATs say, “if but only if” or “if and only if.”
Why would I waste my time trying to understand this vague language when the LSAT is so straightforward and consistent?
I’ll still probably give it a try again, but for most people just do the real work.
Developer Response ,
Hey, thanks so much for the feedback! It looks like you're running into a possible phrasing for an "exclusive or" rule. The game usually phrases the rule as "A, or B, but not both", but sometimes generates the equivalent form "If A, then NOT B, and vice versa." We've changed the language for this type of rule to more closely match the test, and the update should come online in the next week or so. Please let us know if there's any other language you think could be improved at email@example.com.
My biggest problem was I didn’t wanna waste all the practice test logic games in the old tests, but I still wanted realistic logic games problems to practice on. This fits the bill! Not to mention it’s way more affordable than the practice tests. A massive value! I can already feel myself getting faster!
Good logic game practice
Problems were challenging, good way to get comfortable with logic games and supplement LSAT studying.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.