While the game relies pretty heavily on the luck of the roll, Battleball does a great job simulating the game of football while also creating a strategic easily accessible game.
Unfortunately due to an issue with the end game, Go For It fails to be much more than a completely average roll and move game.
While trying to make a family friendly bluffing game, Nosey Neighbor fails due to some fatal flaws.
Husker Du is a solid memory game for children but it just doesn’t appeal to a wide enough audience.
Buffalo Chips tries to re-theme UNO while adding a couple mechanics but it does a poor job with both.
While trying to improve on the game Clue, Whodunit ends up making the game worse by removing almost all of the deduction out of the game.
A look at some of the most interesting Kickstarter board game projects from the week of August 23rd to August 29th, 2015.
Dragonwood is a great combination of press your luck, set collecting, and dice rolling elements that is perfect for families. Even some hardcore gamers may enjoy it.
Storage Wars: The Game is one of the better licensed games I’ve played. The theme works well and the game is very easy to learn and play. However, there are better auction/bidding games out there.
While the Ms. Pac-Man game does a good job simulating the arcade game, it doesn’t do a good job actually creating a fun engaging experience.