While it takes some liberties with the video game and is a little on the easy side, I have to admit that I was pleasantly surprised with the 1989 Tetris board game.
While it does a good job representing the game show and has some interesting puzzles, Concentration ends up being a pretty boring board game for people would didn’t like the television show.
Every once and a while you come across a board game that truly surprises you. Square Off is one of those games.
Sudoku The Card Game does a solid job turning the puzzle into a multiplayer card game but ends up relying too much on luck to be anything more than an average game.
The Brain Game has some solid puzzles and is better than I was expecting but still has quite a few issues keeping it from being a good game.
While it is not going to appeal to everyone, U-Turn is a surprisingly strategic and interesting puzzle game.
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.
While Connect with Pieces had the interesting idea of making a game out of a jigsaw puzzle, the concept just doesn’t work.
Cool Moves takes the well known gameplay from games such as Hi-Q while adding some cute little penguins. Cool Moves ends up being a moderately difficult puzzle game that provides some entertainment if played in short doses.
Despite looking like a children’s game, Stormy Seas is a surprisingly interesting and challenging puzzle game.