Don’t Feed the Gators’ gator mechanic is kind of clever and kids will love it, but there isn’t enough to the game to make it anything more than another generic children’s roll and move game.
Shakin’ Sorry! succeeds in streamlining and simplifying the original Sorry! but takes it way too far leading to a game with next to no meaningful decisions.
Wild Webber is a fun family dexterity game that has some unique twists on the formula but doesn’t do enough to truly distinguish itself from the rest of the genre.
Spy Alley might not look like much at first but it has the makings of a hidden gem if you enjoy light deduction games.
While the premise behind Thin Ice is pretty clever, the lack of actual gameplay keeps the game from being very interesting.
The Terminator 2: Judgment Day board game is what you would generally expect out of a movie license board game: a rushed game devoid of strategy and fun.
While a lot of the board games that utilize an electronic component mostly use it as a gimmick, The Omega Virus truly takes advantage of its’ electronic component to create a truly unique experience.
While The Addams Family Creepy Mansion Action Game has some somewhat clever trap mechanics, the game otherwise relies on boring roll and move mechanics.
While Picture Picture is a very solid party game, there are other games that do a better job with the scavenger hunt mechanic.
Just like with most movie tie-in board games, the Batman Returns 3-D Board Game is another boring roll and move game.