Dr. Seuss Grinch Grow Your Heart! may not be the most original card game, but it does a good job creating a fun little Grinch card game that the whole family can enjoy.
Something Wild! may not be the deepest card game, but it has more strategy than I was expecting and was a pleasant surprise.
Ticket to Ride Rails & Sails takes the original game and tweaks it into a more advanced game creating a game that might arguably be better than the original.
Monopoly Bid is a simple and streamlined Monopoly card game that can be somewhat fun despite some unbalanced cards almost ruining the entire game.
Corsari does rely too much on luck at times, but the game has some truly interesting ideas which really make it stand out.
While it shows its age in some areas, I was genuinely surprised how well Samarkand has held up as it is still enjoyable 40 years after it was first released.
Ticket to Ride The Card Game actually succeeds at taking the original gameplay and crafting an unique but similar gameplay experience that while fun doesn’t quite live up to the original game.
While it does rely too much on luck at times, between a great theme and simple and quick gameplay New York Slice is a game that the whole family can enjoy.
The Dukes of Hazzard Card Game is a good example of what you get when you slap a popular franchise on a popular game, kind of a mess that doesn’t really work.
King’s Breakfast might not quite live up to some of Alan Moon’s other games, but it is a fun little card game that the whole family can enjoy.