The Uncle Wiggily Game may be considered a board game classic that young children will probably love, for everyone else it is a boring mess that you can make a good argument that it shouldn’t even be considered a board game.
Where’s Waldo? World Game is a fun little game even if it is a pretty basic find the hidden object game.
Electronic Super Ker Plunk! is slightly better than the original Ker Plunk! as it slightly tweaks the gameplay, but it fails to fix the problems with the original game which mostly involve the heavy reliance on luck.
Ticket to Ride First Journey is a great game for families with younger children, but it doesn’t reach the levels of the original game due to the reliance on luck.
Where’s Waldo? Waldo Watcher Card Game is a very basic find the hidden object game that feels like it was more of an attempt to cash in on the popularity of the character than making an actual enjoyable game.
Rhino Rampage is similar to your typical children’s roll and move game despite having some unique mechanics which unfortunately don’t always work that well due to the components not always working properly.
Lemonade Stand may bring back some fond memories for some players but at this point it feels like an outdated children’s game that will bore most children and adults.
Crazy Old Fish War is an interesting combination of classic children’s card games that improves upon the original games but still fails at being anything more than a pretty basic children’s card game.
Bed Bugs is a children’s game at heart but due to the game being quite a bit more challenging than you would expect I found it to be a pleasant surprise.
Tastes Like Chicken is a quirky re-themed UNO style game that may appeal to younger families but no one else.