The 1966 Looney Tunes games is basically what you would expect from a game from its era, a pretty generic draw a card and move game with very little to hold your interest.
A review of Mill Creek Entertainment’s SteelBook edition Blu-ray release of Ultraman: The Complete Series.
A review of Mill Creek Entertainment’s SteelBook edition release of Ultra Q: The Complete Series, a fantastic release from the company.
Born Free The Complete Collection is not going to be for everyone but it should entertain fans of nature films.
Hungry Hungry Hippos has developed a reputation as a game meant solely for young children as it seems to rely solely on luck and who can press their lever the fastest. While far from a great game, I think Hungry Hungry Hippos has some hidden skill which can make the game enjoyable for adults as well.
For its’ age there is a lot to like about Win, Place & Show but in some areas it has aged poorly.
While Gooses Wild relies almost entirely on luck, it is a decent time waster utilizing the alternative rules.
As a child I vaguely remember playing the game of Avalanche. After recently finding a copy of the game, I decided to try the game once again. After giving the game a try, I would say that Avalanche is a very solid but unspectacular game.