While the “magic” floating wheel is kind of cool, there isn’t much else to keep anyone but young children interested in Swinging Snakes.
While not perfect Bandu has some interesting mechanics that make it stand out among most stacking dexterity games.
A young children’s game featuring a snake that jumps out at you not surprisingly turns out just like you would expect.
Stacrobats is another game in the long line of stacking games that fail to add anything new to the genre.
Kaboom is as satisfying as you would expect out of a game where you fling dice at towers trying to knock them down.
While a little too simplistic and easy to master, Mr. Mouth is a children’s dexterity game that can be fun for both children and adults.
Jenga Max tries to spice up Jenga by adding new ways to stack pieces but while it succeeds in some ways it still fails in improving on the original Jenga.
While it is a little on the expensive side, Tumblin-Dice Jr is one of the best dexterity games that I have played in quite some time.
Although it doesn’t do anything highly original, Hats Off is a fun early game from the launcher genre of board games.
While it might look like a children’s game, Dr. Eureka is a surprisingly good game that finds a way to combine the speed, dexterity, and puzzle genres into an entertaining game for children and adults.