The Jumanji board game is clearly flawed and has quite a few issues, but it deserves some credit for being before its time in some interesting ways.
Mysterium is a clever deduction game mixing together some interesting mechanics to generate a truly enjoyable experience that doesn’t quite live up to its reputation.
5-Minute Mystery might not be quite as good as 5-Minute Dungeon, but it is a truly original combination of speed and deduction mechanics leading to a highly enjoyable game that the whole family should enjoy.
Scotland Yard is not a perfect game but it deserves a lot of credit for its’ originality in creating a fun unique experience that many games later tried to implement.
5-Minute Dungeon Curses! Foiled Again! takes the already excellent gameplay of the original and adds in some intriguing twists to make the game more challenging.
While it is debatable whether Black Stories should even be considered a game, it is a surprisingly enjoyable deduction experience.
The Oregon Trail Card Game can be brutal to players and relies heavily on luck but is still a solid card game based on a nostalgic video game.
While Naturally Disastrous has some interesting ideas, its’ brutal difficulty could turn off some people.
While I wasn’t expecting much, Break the Safe was a surprisingly solid roll and move co-op experience.