DISCLAIMER: The opinions, ratings, and reviews stated in this document and related webpages are the sole personal opinions of Wei-Hwa Huang and Wei-Hwa Huang alone. Wei-Hwa Huang does not speak for the more than 100 participants on the Mensa Mind Games selection panel. This is not an official site of Mensa Mind Games or Mensa Select, although the statements on which games are winners of Mensa Select are factually correct. Mensa Mind Games and Mensa Select are registered trademarks of American Mensa.
If you have any questions or concerns about my reviews and comments, please feel free to mail me.
Sort By Name
Sort By Ranking
Sort By Category
Party Games: Word-based
Party Games: Artistic skill
Party Games: A Variety of Tasks
"Roll Dice And Move" Games
Number and Math Games
Word and Language Games
Reflex and Reaction Games
Strategy Card Games
Strategy Dice Games
Family Strategy ("German") Games
Abstract Strategy Games -- Pure Abstract
Abstract Strategy Games -- Luck or Hidden Information
War or Combat Games
One Player Games
Games With Original Themes
(search on Board Game Geek)
This is a trivia game that doesn't come with any trivia; the players have to ask their own quesitons. Initially we ridiculed this game as "too cheap to do their own research," but after some playing we realized that it actually wasn't bad -- since the questioner maximizes their score by having half of their opponents get the answer correct, there's actually an art to choosing a good question.
Although mostly a glorified scoreboard, the board and occasional reward cards give the game just a little bit of spice without going overboard. This game turned out to be rather fun to play, although perhaps a bit slower as players need to compose good questions.
Return to Introduction