Rad is not a masterpiece, but it is a solid movie that gives you everything you expect from a 1980s sports movie.
Doorways to Horror was trying to be a scary board game utilizing the newest technology of the 1980s (the VCR) but unfortunately the scariest thing about Doorways to Horror is the game itself.
A look at the 1980s line of Milton Bradley board games T.H.I.N.G.S. Totally Hilarious Incredibly Neat Games of Skill.
Casino Yahtzee is an interesting combination of Bingo and Yahtzee that can be fun at times but fails to be anything more than a very average game.
At first glance Devil’s Triangle looks like your typical abstract strategy game but you quickly realize that the game has some serious issues.
The Blue Light Special Game is a flawed generic roll and move game that might not work well as a game but can be kind of interesting experience.
Chase has the makings of a great abstract strategy game and yet there is something missing which keeps it from being nothing more than a very average game.
Outburst has some issues but it has held up surprisingly well for a party game from the 1980s.
B.S. The Game has some interesting facts but doesn’t have much of a game to go with them.
King’s Court doesn’t revolutionize Checkers but it succeeds in being the best Checkers variant that I have ever played.