A review of Sheena on Blu-ray, a film with some genuinely good scenes and B-movie hijinks that is ultimately too long for its own good.
Strata 5 has all the makings of a good abstract strategy game that ultimately fails due to a few bad decision choices.
Shove Off has one interesting mechanic but doesn’t really distinguish itself from the other “get x number of items in a row” games.
While not perfect Balderdash has always been a good party game with the newer version actually improving on the original game.
While building the mansion is a cool mechanic, there just isn’t enough to Mystery Mansion to distinguish it from every other Milton Bradley roll and move game.
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.
Take a well regarded publisher like Avalon Hill and add in some wacky inventions and you would assume that you would get at least a pretty good game. Unfortunately with The Game of Inventions, that is far from the case.