Electronic Whac-A-Mole is basically a home version of the arcade game that can be fun for children, but gets repetitive rather quickly for adults.
Chameleon Crunch has some elements that are likely to appeal to young children, but it offers nothing for older children and adults.
Back Off! Buzzard has some interesting ideas and the buzzard mechanic will probably please children, but the game lacks any sense of substance leading to a pretty dull game.
Yahtzee Flash incorporates some pretty cool tech into the gameplay, but it is a lesson in the fact that adding technology to a game doesn’t always make it better.
Loopin’ Louie is not quite as good as what I remember from my childhood but it still holds up surprisingly well as a game that the whole family can enjoy.
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.
Electronic Guess Who? Extra improves upon the original game by giving you more variety but it still suffers from a lot of the problems of the original game.
UNO Blitzo has a surprisingly long learning curve but once you get a hang of it there is an interesting twist on UNO hidden underneath the surface.
While a lot of the board games that utilize an electronic component mostly use it as a gimmick, The Omega Virus truly takes advantage of its’ electronic component to create a truly unique experience.