Tension tries to turn the classic game of musical chairs into a board game but ends up creating a generic speed game that is past its prime.
I can see Buckaroo! working well with children but it doesn’t do enough to appeal to anyone other than the youngest children.
A look at the 1970 Milton Bradley puzzle Drive Ya Nuts which includes a solution on how to solve the puzzle.
For its’ age Vince Lombardi’s Game does a solid job simulating football but it does rely a little too much on luck.
All The King’s Men does a good job at simplifying Chess but in the process eliminates some of things that make Chess enjoyable.
Downfall has some interesting ideas that makes for a game that can sometimes be fun but due to a reliance on luck and a feeling that your opponent’s have more impact on your fate than you do makes Downfall a very average board game.
While Masterpiece has an interesting premise, the reliance on luck makes Masterpiece a below average to average Parker Brothers game.
While it is far from the best game ever made, I actually had quite a bit more fun with Up N’ Over than I was expecting.
Husker Du is a solid memory game for children but it just doesn’t appeal to a wide enough audience.
In 1970 Parker Brothers tried to create their own version of air hockey with the game Buckshot. Buckshot is billed as the “world’s fastest indoor game.” Unfortunately the game is slower than advertised and is just plain boring.