Due to basically no gameplay and some lackluster puzzles, MindTrap and MindTrap 2 are disappointing games that rely more on tricks than actual logic.
While a lot of the board games that utilize an electronic component mostly use it as a gimmick, The Omega Virus truly takes advantage of its’ electronic component to create a truly unique experience.
While it is debatable whether Black Stories should even be considered a game, it is a surprisingly enjoyable deduction experience.
While Clue Suspect succeeds in streamlining the original game, it does so to the detriment of the mystery itself.
While it still has some of the same issues as its’ predecessor, Guess Who? Mix ‘n Mash improves on it in basically every way.
Game of the Generals has some interesting tweaks for Stratego with some improving the game and others making it worse.
While it might not look like much at first sight, Snapshot takes an interesting mechanic and creates a surprisingly solid board game out of it.
Suspicion relies a little too much on luck but has some interesting mechanics for a light to moderate strategy game.
Although it plays mostly like a normal game of Clue, Clue World of Harry Potter adds a surprising amount of mechanics to Clue with some improving the game and others hurting the game.
Plunder is an interesting take on the deduction genre by improving on the classic board game Clue in some ways and in other ways falling a little short.