While Phase 10 has a lot of problems, it is a simple card game that may appeal to people looking for some mindless fun.
While Wooly Bully might not be as strategic as Carcassonne, it is a more accessible and unique take on the tile laying genre.
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.
With the pedigree of an award winning television show I was hoping that the Planet Earth DVD Game was going to be a solid trivia game but it turns out to be one of the worst trivia games that I have ever played.
While Payday shares a lot in common with most roll and move games and has a high reliance on luck, there is just something about the game that makes it stand out among most pure roll and move games.
While The Addams Family Creepy Mansion Action Game has some somewhat clever trap mechanics, the game otherwise relies on boring roll and move mechanics.
Lemonade Stand is an interesting very light economic game that is fun but relies a little too much on randomly predicting the next day’s weather.
VisualEyes is an interesting concept that while fun kind of gets repetitive pretty quickly.
What’s Yours Like? has some interesting mechanics but suffers if players are too competitive.
While Ripley’s Believe It or Not! could have made for a solid trivia game, the addition of several pointless mechanics ruin the game.