Cube Quest is a really fun and original game that the whole family can enjoy that unfortunately is almost ruined by the components.
Jenga Quake slightly tweaks the original game which adds some variety to the game while adding more luck.
Bango! Bango! is unlike any other games that I have ever played and can be fun in short doses but it gets repetitive rather quickly.
Paddle Battle had the potential to be a fun children’s action game but the component quality leads to the game being an unsatisfying experience.
Connect 4 Launchers has some of its own issues but you could make a strong argument that it is better than the original Connect 4.
The electric hammer does a good job of differentiating Knockout from other similar games but at its core it is still a pretty average dexterity game.
Cat Tower’s cute artwork will appeal to a lot of people but its unoriginal gameplay and somewhat lackluster components prevents the game from reaching its potential.
Wild Webber is a fun family dexterity game that has some unique twists on the formula but doesn’t do enough to truly distinguish itself from the rest of the genre.
Topple has some interesting ideas for a dexterity game that could have led to a good game except that some issues with the scoring leads to the game being kind of boring.
Sorry! Sliders may have little to do with the original Sorry! but that is a good thing since it is significantly better than the original game.