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.
LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts has some interesting ideas that should appeal to children, but too many of the mechanics don’t work as intended leading to a boring experience for adults.
The Uncle Wiggily Game may be considered a board game classic that young children will probably love, for everyone else it is a boring mess that you can make a good argument that it shouldn’t even be considered a board game.
The Jumanji board game is clearly flawed and has quite a few issues, but it deserves some credit for being before its time in some interesting ways.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer The DVD Game shares little in common with the Scene It? franchise outside of the publisher leading to a disappointing and ultimately boring experience.
Rhino Rampage is similar to your typical children’s roll and move game despite having some unique mechanics which unfortunately don’t always work that well due to the components not always working properly.
Lemonade Stand may bring back some fond memories for some players but at this point it feels like an outdated children’s game that will bore most children and adults.
Camel Up may be a little overrated but it has some interesting mechanics that the whole family can enjoy.
The Game of Life: Extreme Reality takes the original Game of Life on a wild ride that barely differentiates it from the original game.
The Sabrina The Teenage Witch Game has some interesting ideas for a TV tie-in game, but unfortunately none of them really work leading to a typical franchise based board game.