Pappy Winchester is a fun auction game with a few twists that the whole family can enjoy even though it does have a few issues.
Monopoly Bid is a simple and streamlined Monopoly card game that can be somewhat fun despite some unbalanced cards almost ruining the entire game.
Fish Frenzy is an interesting combination of set collecting and bidding mechanics that lead to a fun game that is probably a better fit for families than fans of highly strategic games.
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.
Five Tribes is a truly original game combining a bunch of interesting mechanics into a fun game that can sometimes suffer from analysis paralysis.
Shark Tank The Game had the potential to be a good board game, but ends up as a cheap cash-in game that is one of the worst board games that I have played in quite some time.
Doubletrack was a game that was before its time adding some interesting mechanics to your typical roll and move game that somehow manages to add even more luck to the genre.
Sold! The Antique Dealer Game has some interesting ideas that could have lead to a good game if they weren’t a little before their time and left a little unpolished.
While Rummy Royal, Tripoley, and Michigan Rummy are still popular to this day; I don’t exactly understand why as they are very basic card games that rely entirely on luck.
Yahtzee Deluxe Poker and Last Chance have some interesting mechanics courtesy of the betting mechanics but they still fail to be anything more than very average dice rolling games.