While it doesn’t quite live up to the original game, Codenames: Disney Family Edition maintains the highly enjoyable gameplay of the original mixed with the whimsy of Disney.
Vampire Empire is a really interesting deduction card game with some unique ideas that leads to a satisfying if not a little flawed experience.
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.
Battleship Torpedo Attack doesn’t differentiate itself much from the original game, but the shooting mechanics do make it a more satisfying experience.
13 Dead End Drive actually has a lot of interesting ideas for a 1990s roll and move game but has some issues that prevent it from being anything more than a very average game.
Guess Where? takes what works in the original Guess Who? and mixes things up to add some additional strategy which creates a more compelling experience.
While not a fantastic game, Super Mario Level Up! is considerably better than your typical licensed game as it has a decent amount of strategy while still being accessible to gamers and non-gamers alike.
Decipher is not a perfect game, but it creates a compelling game by successfully combining a word game with a deduction elements.