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.
Plus One is a decent electronic memory game but it fails in differentiating itself from Simon.
While Bugs in the Kitchen can get a little repetitive for adults, it is still an innovative game that children should really enjoy playing.
While the original Pictureka! is a pretty good game, Pictureka! Flipper is a good example of too many mechanics being a bad thing.
How to Play | My Thoughts | Final Verdict | Comments How to Play Light Wars is a electronic game that features four different game modes. All four games feature a moving light and two buttons controlled by each player. The game modes include: Striker: Each player uses their buttons […]
In 1987 Parker Brothers created a game called Instant Replay. In the game players create designs using up to eight tiles that the other players try to re-create as quickly as possible. While the idea had some potential, the game fails to be anything more than a short distraction.
Electronic Hyper Slide is an electronic game created by Hasbro in 2007. Electronic Hyper Slide is a collection of five games that tries to take a modern approach to Simon Says, Simon, and Mastermind. While Electronic Hyper Slide might get boring during extended play, it works well as a quick pick up and play game.