While it is nothing more than a pretty average board game, Stadium Checkers actually surprised me for a 1950s family game.
While 5ive Straight significantly improves on Tic-Tac-Toe, its’ reliance on card draw luck prevents it from being as good as it could have been.
While it had some potential the fact that the Close Encounters of the Third Kind board game has next to nothing to do with the movie and relies almost entirely on luck prevents it from being a good board game.
While it relies too much on luck, Tetris Link is a fun twist on Tetris and Connect Four.
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.
While it lacks interactivity and relies pretty heavily on luck, StrataGem has more strategy than you would think which leads to a solid game.
While it may seem too simple, Heimlich & Co is a great blend of an accessible game that has plenty of strategy.
Despite looking like one of the blandest games ever made, Ninetyseven is better than you would expect due to some interesting strategic decisions.
Despite appearing to be simple, Hey! That’s My Fish has a lot more strategy hiding beneath the surface than you would expect.
What initially appears to be a simplistic game hides quite a bit of strategy beneath the surface.