2024 Mensa Select® Winners Announced
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American Mensa
Wizards, dragons, evolution, aviation, and duck-naping board games score highest marks

HURST, Texas - eMusicWire -- After nearly four days of nonstop gameplay at Mensa's 2024 Mind Games® competition, American Mensa and Mensa members have recognized five tabletop games with the coveted Mensa Select award. The 2024 winners of the Mensa Select seal of approval are: Four hundred Mind Games participants from across the country judged the games during a four-day board-game marathon in Charlotte, N.C., awarding the official Mensa Select distinction to games based on how each game scored on concept, level of challenge, and design.

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The competition, founded in 1990, offers games manufacturers the chance to have their games reviewed by some of the nation's most avid game-players — members of American Mensa. Past winners include Scattergories™, Trivial Pursuit™, and Taboo™. To find out about competing games and past winners, visit mensamindgames.com.

The global board games market size is projected to grow from $13.06 billion in 2023 to $32.00 billion by 2032, according to Fortune Business Insights.

About Mensa Select

Awarded annually by a judging panel comprised of Mensa members, the Mensa Select seal indicates that a game is distinctive, challenging, and thoughtfully designed. Additionally, these games are a good value for the price, easy to comprehend and play, and, above all, fun! Look for the Mensa Select seal when purchasing your next game.

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American Mensa is an organization open to anyone who scores in the top 2 percent on an accepted standardized intelligence test. Mensa has more than 50,000 members in the United States and more than 140,000 members globally. For more information about American Mensa, visit americanmensa.org or call (817) 607-0060.

Charles Brown
Director of Marketing and Communications
American Mensa

Source: American Mensa
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