While it doesn’t do anything particularly special, Bandits is a solid filler card game.
While Chemistry Fluxx doesn’t drastically change the Fluxx formula, it tweaks the formula enough to create a fun quick card game.
While it might just be a variant of Dutch Blitz, Perpetual Commotion shows that competitive speed Solitaire makes for a fun card game.
While it plays a lot like your traditional Fluxx game, Math Fluxx adds a couple small tweaks to the formula which creates some interesting options for the game.
While Voodoo Mania is a fun speed recognition game, it fails to really distinguish itself from most other speed games.
Despite the strange name These French Fries Are Terrible Hot Dogs is a solid party game with a unique mechanic that I haven’t seen in other party games.
Take a very generic press your luck game, add a bunch of luck and some broken mechanics and you are left with the card game Stun.
While there is a little too much luck and reliance on purchasing booster packs, Dice Masters Age of Ultron is a surprising simple yet strategic game.
While Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Heroes in a Halfshell tries to fix the broken Spoons game, it somehow succeeds at making an even worse game.
Despite being a re-themed version of the popular card game The Great Dalmuti, Dilbert: Corporate Shuffle fails to be anything more than a very average luck driven card game.