The Disneyland Riverboat Game is probably the best game in the series and will likely appeal to fans of the parks, but it is still a pretty generic roll and move game that isn’t particularly compelling.
The Disneyland Monorail game has some charm which may appeal to children and adults with nostalgia for the game, but otherwise is a very generic roll and move game.
Walt Disney’s Fantasyland Game may appeal to Disney fans or those that have nostalgia for it, but the gameplay is really lacking.
Walt Disney’s Adventureland Game’s gameplay is quite basic relying almost entirely on luck, but the game has enough Disney and retro charm that it may overcome these faults for some people.
Zoom In Barcelona is a simple and fun adventure in Spain that families should enjoy even if it may be a little too simple for some players.
The 1966 Looney Tunes games is basically what you would expect from a game from its era, a pretty generic draw a card and move game with very little to hold your interest.
Black Dog adds a surprising amount of strategy and interesting mechanics to your traditional Pachisi/Parcheesi gameplay which unfortunately leads to some of its own problems.
Piranha Panic has a really interesting mechanic that showed a lot of potential, but there is unfortunately not much else to the game.
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.
Stampin’ deserves a lot of credit for putting in the effort to try and create a good stamp collecting game, but unfortunately that work lead to a semi-broken and ultimately unsatisfying game.