While Kingdomino may have taken inspiration from the game Dominoes, it finds a way to improve upon it in every way to create one of the best board games from 2016.
While Wooly Bully might not be as strategic as Carcassonne, it is a more accessible and unique take on the tile laying genre.
While there are a couple issues, Hoyuk does a great job blending an easy to learn game with enough strategy to keep the game interesting.
While there is nothing significantly wrong with Domingo, due to a lack of strategy and a high reliance on luck the game is just plain boring.
While there is a little too much luck in the game, New York 1901 is a great example of a game not having to be difficult to be fun.
Turning UNO into a tile laying game adds some interesting mechanics but adds just as many issues.
While I don’t agree with all of the game’s rules and it relies too much on luck, I still think Sumology is a good combination of Scrabble and a math game.
Carrotia has some good ideas and with some house rules could make for a considerably better game.
While the theme is not very good, California is a good game because it blends simple mechanics with a surprising amount of strategy.
While you can have some fun with the game, the lack of control over your own fate in the game prevents CirKis from being anything more than a very average game.