In season two of 30 Days immigration, outsourcing, religion, new age medicine, abortion, and the prison system are addressed as six new people spend 30 days in the life of another American. Season two of 30 Days does a good job improving over the first season.
In the wacky card game Quao you must follow the crazy rules of the dictator cow or face the punishment. Quao has some good ideas but also has a lot of issues which includes a severe lack of replayability.
30 Days, a 2005 documentary/reality show, was the ultimate experiment in living a day in another person’s shoes. While the episodes of the first season can be pretty hit or miss, some episodes can really change your viewpoint of the world.
Robo Force, a failed toy line from 1984, got a memory matching card game. Like most childrens memory matching games, the Robo Force card game is too easy for adults. Children with an interest in robots may enjoy the game quite a bit though.
Imaginiff is a solid party game that deserves a recommendation as long as your group doesn’t mind some light insults.
Times to Remember is a solid game that will definitely appeal to trivia buffs (who know their years), but it may be too tough for more casual trivia fans and younger players.
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.
Donald X. Vaccarino has made his name with games such as Dominion and Kingdom Builder. In his latest game, you get to take control of a 1960’s era mob/gang. While the game has some interesting ideas, it just feels like something is missing.