The Terminator 2: Judgment Day board game is what you would generally expect out of a movie license board game: a rushed game devoid of strategy and fun.
Comrades tries to imagine what Monopoly would look like in a Communist society and while it has some potential, it fails to live up to it.
G. Gordon Liddy’s Hardball Politics ’96 starts as a Monopoly clone, strips out all of the fun, adds broken and boring mechanics, and ends up as one of the worst board games I have ever played.
While made for young children, Sammy The White House Mouse Game is not going to receive many votes for being a good game.
Art Linkletter’s House Party may appeal to fans of the show but the board game really shows its’ age.
While Conspiracy does some interesting things for an older Milton Bradley game, it doesn’t result in a very interesting game.
While Hey Taxi! deserves a lot of credit for trying something new, the game just doesn’t work right.
While Masterpiece has an interesting premise, the reliance on luck makes Masterpiece a below average to average Parker Brothers game.
Trying to be a parody of Candy Land, Run For Your Life barely succeeds in improving upon its’ inspiration.
Despite being a roll and move game from the 1960s, Ulcers actually does some interesting things that makes it a surprisingly good game.