Despite having no interest in bean farming, Bohnanza is an easy to play card game that has a surprising amount of strategy to it.
While not fantastic, Bucket Brigade succeeds in being easy to play while also having some strategy.
While the game relies pretty heavily on the luck of the roll, Battleball does a great job simulating the game of football while also creating a strategic easily accessible game.
Politics of Cannibals tries to make a game about cannibals. While the theme fails, there is some interesting gameplay in Politics of Cannibals.
Take the classic game Stratego, add in some strategy and The Lord of the Rings as a theme and you end up with Lord of the Rings Confrontation. While not perfect, Lord of the Rings Confrontation is still a great game.
Have You Herd was first created back in 1943 under the name of Hoodowla Zwierzatek (The Little Animal Farm). After 64 years Winning Moves brought the game back into print. While not perfect, Have You Herd is a decent filler dice rolling game.
Do you like puzzle games? Did you ever wonder what it would be like to set up your own factory? Factory Fun tries to make a puzzle game out of the design of a factory. While not perfect, Factory Fun is still a highly enjoyable game.
Sid Sackson is a well known board game designer. With over 100 titles to his name, Sid Sackson made a lot of games in his career. One of his best reviewed games was Bazaar. Based on the box I wasn’t expecting much from Bazaar. After playing I was surprised to find that Bazaar is a simple game that has more strategy to it than you would expect.