Thanks in advance, I'm sure these "What was the name of X?" questions can get a little tiresome. I'll try to provide as much data as possible to hopefully make this easier.
The games themselves came packaged together in a plastic box that opened like a book (like some of the Sticky Bear games). I remember three games although there may have been four. The first was a game wherin you were shrunk down and entered the human body to eliminate an enemy that I believe was based on the difficulty level you chose. One was a typical mad scientist looking fellow who I think attacked with a toenail, of all things. The game was combination of static screens with text, questions, and mini games. It played out like an adventure game. One of the mini games had you navigate your small vessel into the human mouth and you had to avoide being crunched by the teeth. You befriend a red blood cell named Arby Cee (Haha... I can't believe I remember that and not the title).
Another game in the box had you mixing chemicals of different colors displayed above the top screen to solve various problems. Certain combinations would produce different items or events to proceed. It was all logical based on what the name of the made up chemical was called. This was played through static screens and text.
The last one I remember was a BASIC programming tutorial that was set up in individual classes that you entered through a top view school map. To proceed to each level you needed to pass a quiz. I thought it was called BASIC 101 but a search comes up fruitless.
I think the company has the word brain in it, or micro, or mind. Something like that... Various searches have not helped. I remember there being a lightning bolt in the company logo, possibly between two words.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. As I said I had these packaged together although they may have had seperate releases as well. I'm diggging up my Apple 2 for some nostalgic gaming and they were really well done and quite fun. I'd love to play them again but of course these are the only ones from my old collection that I can't find. The game descriptions are fairly accurate I believe, but of course there may be some errors. Its been a while!