Hungry Hungry Hippos has developed a reputation as a game meant solely for young children as it seems to rely solely on luck and who can press their lever the fastest. While far from a great game, I think Hungry Hungry Hippos has some hidden skill which can make the game enjoyable for adults as well.
Dr. Microbe is a fun family board game with a science theme that doesn’t quite live up to the rest of Blue Orange Games’ Dr. Collection.
Flying Kiwis might not be the most original dexterity game but you can’t deny that it is fun launching the kiwis with your catapult.
While Tip-It deserves credit for being one of the first stacking dexterity games and is probably one of the better ones, it suffers from the same problems that plague most games from this genre.
Tipsy Tower is another bland children’s tower stacking game that suffers from being way too easy.
While not quite as good as Dr. Eureka, Dr. Beaker is a fun speed dexterity game for the entire family.
Turn On! has an interesting premise that is ruined by being too silly and a little inappropriate.
Arch Rival’s arch structure is an interesting twist to the typical dexterity game but it ends up leading to most of the game’s problems.
Fruit Ninja: Slice of Life takes a speed game and tries to add some dexterity elements which will probably appeal to young children but will likely turn off adults.
While the “magic” floating wheel is kind of cool, there isn’t much else to keep anyone but young children interested in Swinging Snakes.