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Public Assistance Board Game Review

The board game Public Assistance is regularly regarded as one of the more politically incorrect board games of all time. As a matter of fact the game was pulled from store shelves due to its’ political incorrectness. Public Assistance is a board game centered around making fun of people on the welfare system as well as many other groups of people. I wasn’t expecting much from the game and I was surprised that the game was even worse than I was expecting.

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This Game is Bonkers Board Game Review

Are you sick of the traditional roll and move games? In 1989 Milton Bradley tried to revolutionize the roll and move genre with This Game is Bonkers. In This Game is Bonkers players play cards on the board which alter how players move around the gameboard. This Game is Bonkers tried to be innovative, but its’ new ideas for the most part fall flat.

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UNO Dominos Board Game Review

Mattel/International Games Inc decided in 1986 to branch out the UNO franchise by creating the game UNO Dominos. Combining the card play from UNO with the tile placement of Dominos they tried to combine two classic games. Unfortunately the combination leads to a game that is too easy to provide any really strategy or challenge to the players.

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Careful The Toppling Tower Game Board Game Review

Before Jenga hit the markets in 1983, the Ideal Corporation made their own tower building game. In 1967 Ideal released Careful The Toppling Tower Game. With its’ huge tower, Careful had the potential to be a great game. Unfortunately due to some issues with the components, the game never reaches the heights that it could have.

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