Ultimate Outburst takes Outburst and creates some new twists which add some variety to a solid party game.
Doctor Who Fluxx might not add any new mechanics to the Fluxx franchise but it does a good job implementing the Doctor Who license into the Fluxx franchise.
What Were You Thinking? is a fun match the other players party game that lacks originality and is debatable whether you actually need the physical game.
It might initially look like a cheap cash-in but the Pictionary Card Game is surprisingly more enjoyable than you would think.
The game’s official rules might be extremely flawed but with some tweaks The Game of Things can be an enjoyable party game.
Despite not really being a game and being something that you can just play with paper and pencils, Cranium Scribblish is still an enjoyable experience that can lead to loads of laughs.
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 Buzzword is a fun little party word game it does have some issues including not being original which keep it from being nothing more than a very average party game.
While Survivor had the potential to be developed into a good board game, due to being rushed in order to cash in on the success of the television show the game ends up being a very bland mess of a party game.
Cro-Magnon feels like a compilation of several other party games and ends up being a very average party game.