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.
Summary: This game beats the other "brain training" games by a mile. It actually gives you a score than means something, as it's Mensa endorsed and follows the Mensa scoring guidelines. I gotta say, it's fun comparing your Mensa score to other family members and in my case, having my wife and kids throw it in my face that I'm not as smart as they are. LOL. But seriously, if you have ever wanted to know how you fare on a true IQ test, get this game.
Summary: Downloaded this for my PS3. My Wife wanted it. She hates video games but this one she loves. The IQ tests are no joke. You will find yourself going back and back trying to get a higher score. I am just glad this games doesnt call me a dummy. Great for kids. They will learn without even knowing it. This Game is fantastic!
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.
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.