Sherlook is one of the best spot the difference board games that I have played even if it may be best in shorter doses.
Where’s Waldo? World Game is a fun little game even if it is a pretty basic find the hidden object game.
Where’s Waldo? Waldo Watcher Card Game is a very basic find the hidden object game that feels like it was more of an attempt to cash in on the popularity of the character than making an actual enjoyable game.
5-Minute Mystery might not be quite as good as 5-Minute Dungeon, but it is a truly original combination of speed and deduction mechanics leading to a highly enjoyable game that the whole family should enjoy.
It may not be for everyone but Slam Burger is a truly unique experience that is a hidden gem for families and fans of speed games.
The Scrambled States of America Game might not be a highly original speed game, but it does a good job combining educational material with a game that is actually fun to play.
Attack of the Jelly Monster is not perfect but it does a good job creating an exciting and fun speed dice game.
Temple Run: Danger Chase surprised me a little as more effort was put in to the game than you typically get from a licensed game but it still has its own issues.
In some ways Mr. Pop! finds a way to improve upon its’ inspiration Perfection, but it is just too simple and repetitive to remain interesting for very long.
Quick Cups is far from an original speed game but it still can be a fun experience for the whole family.