The Home Alone Game is far from a deep or innovative game, but it is still a fun and interesting game that fans of the franchise will likely enjoy.
Bluffers Beware doesn’t revolutionize the Balderdash genre of games in any significant way, but it is a solid party game that anyone can enjoy.
OutLawed! doesn’t drastically differ from your typical bluffing game, but it does a good job streamlining the best elements of the genre into a fun and quick little game that fans of the genre should enjoy.
Inspiration is a solid party game but is unfortunately a poor imitation of Balderdash as it is inferior in every way.
Tiki Topple is a fun little game that the whole family can enjoy but does have some serious issues with players not having a lot of control over their own fates.
Super Mario Bros. Power Up is a pretty basic card game that doesn’t have a lot of strategy, but it is a simple quick game that Mario fans can get some enjoyment out of.
Lie, Cheat & Steal deserves credit for being ahead of its time with some interesting mechanics, but it unfortunately fails when it comes to execution.
13 Dead End Drive actually has a lot of interesting ideas for a 1990s roll and move game but has some issues that prevent it from being anything more than a very average game.
While not a fantastic game, Super Mario Level Up! is considerably better than your typical licensed game as it has a decent amount of strategy while still being accessible to gamers and non-gamers alike.
Arkansas Bluff may have its own problems but it improves Liar’s Dice in a couple key areas.