Top That! relies on a lot of luck like most card games, but it actually has some interesting ideas that I haven’t really seen in other card games.
Flying Carpet is not the deepest game and does rely on quite a bit of luck, but for its era it had some really interesting ideas making it a game that was a little before its time.
Abalone is a solid abstract strategy game that is simple enough for the whole family to enjoy which unfortunately has a potentially fatal flaw that has to be addressed in order to truly enjoy the game.
A review of Mill Creek Entertainment’s retro VHS cover art Blu-ray release of Roxanne, a solid but inconsistent 1987 comedy.
Double Trouble may be better than the original Trouble due to having a little more strategy, but it fails to be anything more than a pretty generic children’s roll and move game.
Win By A Nose deserves some credit for having one of the most original game components I have ever seen but is otherwise a very generic children’s roll and move game.
A look at the 1980s line of Milton Bradley board games T.H.I.N.G.S. Totally Hilarious Incredibly Neat Games of Skill.
A review of Mill Creek Entertainment’s Blu-ray release of the Andy Sidaris action/B-movie classic Hard Ticket to Hawaii.
Restaurant has a lot of interesting ideas which create a unique experience that ultimately doesn’t work as well as it could have due to luck and some mechanics not working as intended.
The Game of Quotations is a generic, outdated, overly difficult trivia game that ends up being a pretty boring experience.