The November/December issue of the Mensa Bulletin is out.
Unless you’re wicked smart, you probably don’t subscribe.
But don’t feel bad. To qualify for Mensa, you must have scored in the top 2 per cent of the general population on any one of more than 200 accepted, standardized intelligence tests — including special Mensa Admission tests.
The good news is Song Saga is fun for 100% of the general population no matter how good or bad you are at taking tests.
The Mensa games list isn’t just for geniuses.
There are so many great games in the world and we love that Mensa let Song Saga appear on their Game Night Wish List.
All of the games featured are sure to be great fun for players of all skill levels and intellect.
Mensa says they’re always down for a round of the classics, but they also like to bring fresh games to the table for their Game Night Wish List.
So whether you’re a parent looking for educational ways to keep your kids engaged from home, or an avid board game enthusiast who would like to add to your stash, their top picks offer a little something for all ages and interests.
The games they’ve selected are reasonably priced, easy to grasp and play, and perfect for a little friendly competition at home.
You can see four of the games in the image above, but to see the rest you might have to first take an IQ test and then subscribe.