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Mensa Academy

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Great game to keep your mind active

J. Higgins, Amazon
19 April 2013
  • Summary: This is a fun and entertaining way to keep your brain tuned-up. The visuals and sounds add a nice touch to the overall experience of the game. With multiple levels of game-play and increasing difficulty, it should keep you occupied for quite some time. I also like the fact that it is Mensa approved.
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Pretty neat game

kimonacharlie "POP-POP", Amazon
16 February 2013
  • Summary: This is a very challenging game mentally but it is good for those who think they are so smart because this game will show them that they aren't so smart afterall.
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Educational

M. Ramlall, Amazon
9 February 2013
  • Summary: we have fun as a family using this and are all learning from it. We wanted something that we could all learn from and this was an excellent choice.
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Very Satisfied

Jonathan, Amazon
16 January 2013
  • Summary: I'm very satisfied with this product, it was in excellent conditions when i got it and it arrived in the time they predicted it would...
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Actually challenging!

Chrissy, amazon.co.uk
30 December 2013
  • Summary: Was expecting some sort of fluffy game, but was pleasantly surprised that this is proper Mensa stuff (written/authorised by Mensa). Bit too much for my small children, but a good mental workout for me, and will be useful later for the kids. They could do some of the easier tests, but I had to help them on the harder stuff.
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family

sallyboulter, amazon.co.uk
11 December 2013
  • Summary: had endless fun with this product as a family. we all get together every sunday.
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Great fun!

Frances Bennett, amazon.co.uk
8 September 2013
  • Summary: It's great fun, with a variety of activities to exercise "the little grey cells", from five categories: literacy, numeracy, visual, memory and logic. There are 20 graded activities in each category (I think - I haven't got to 20 yet so there may be more at another level!). They begin really simple, but soon become quite challenging as they are timed.
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