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Mensa® Brain Games

100 Puzzles and Riddles to Stretch Your Skill, Improve Logic, and Challenge Your Brain (Mensa's Brilliant Brain Workouts)

David Millar, American Mensa


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Are you a genius? A Mensa-level thinker? Find out with this challenging and entertaining book of brain teasers.

Published with American Mensa, Mensa Brain Games contains more than one hundred math, logic, and word puzzles for hours of brain-training fun! The book's wide variety of challenges includes twists on popular puzzles such as word sudoku, large, intricate mazes, and creative story logic puzzles.

Additional unique riddles and brain teasers provide an excellent opportunity to sharpen intellectual skills in new and exciting ways. Solving times range from a few minutes to an hour or so, allowing for brain training whenever you need it.

Challenge yourself and keep your mind young and sharp with these brain-bending games and puzzles. Try one to get your brain going in the morning, or work together to solve with your friends and family!

Skyhorse, 9781510738621, 120pp.

Publication Date: October 16, 2018

About the Author

David Millar is a puzzle author and graphic artist who combines both disciplines to craft puzzle and gaming materials. A lifelong stationery nerd, he is never without many trusty notebooks full of graph paper, whose contents span puzzle grids, dungeon maps, user interface designs, sticker ideas, and beyond. In addition to a career in web application development and software engineering, David has more than a decade of puzzle blogging under his belt, and his puzzles have previously featured in UK and World Puzzle Championships. He resides in Fort Worth, Texas.

American Mensa has members who range in age from 1 to 102, and the community includes people from every walk of life. They include engineers, homemakers, teachers, actors, athletes, students, and CEOs, and all share one trait—high intelligence. To qualify for Mensa, our members scored in the top 2 percent of the general population on an accepted standardized intelligence test.