Snakesss is a fun and interesting take on your typical trivia game that will work great as a party game for larger groups.
Pass the Popcorn takes an interesting approach to your typical trivia game that will likely appeal to movie buffs, but at the end of the day doesn’t really differentiate itself all that much.
Despite its name trying to capitalize on a current hot topic, Fake News or Not? turns out to be just another generic trivia game about weird facts and stories.
The game may have some minor issues but AKA: Also Known As is a unique take on your typical party game.
Name 5’s title does a good job telling you what the game is about which is ultimately a solid little party trivia game that has some issues.
Cardline: Animals may not be for everyone, but it is a genuinely clever trivia game and probably one of the best animal trivia games ever created.
While not particularly successful Picture Pursuit added some interesting ideas to the trivia game genre even if at the end of the day it still feels a lot like its predecessor Trivial Pursuit.
The Price Is Right does a good job replicating the gameshow even though some poor design choices and the fact that it is outdated has lead to a game that is basically a simple guessing game.
Blast from the Past adds an interesting mechanic to your typical trivia game, but it still ends up being a generic and uninspired trivia game.
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.