A detailed look at the rules for how to play KerPlunk a 1967 children’s family dexterity board game published by Mattel and Hasbro.
A review of Mill Creek Entertainment’s SteelBook edition Blu-ray release of Ultraman: The Complete Series.
Avanté deserves credit for trying to do something unique but it utterly fails in creating a fun board game.
Don’t Bug Me had the potential to be one of the best launching games that I have ever played but is almost ruined by the subpar components.
Skip-Bo is a mindless enjoyable card game that anyone can play but lasts too long and relies too much on luck to be anything more than an average card game.
Although it doesn’t do anything highly original, Hats Off is a fun early game from the launcher genre of board games.
Before Jenga hit the markets in 1983, the Ideal Corporation made their own tower building game. In 1967 Ideal released Careful The Toppling Tower Game. With its’ huge tower, Careful had the potential to be a great game. Unfortunately due to some issues with the components, the game never reaches the heights that it could have.