UNO Hearts tries its’ own spin on the trick taking game Hearts but just ends up adding more luck to the game.
Mummy Rummy adds some interesting mechanics to the Rummy genre but has some frustrating things that keep it from being a good game.
While it is only fun in short doses, Mouse, Mouse! Get Outta My House is a blast for children and much more enjoyable than you would expect for adults as well.
Despite being a bland roll and move game with no skill whatsoever, Fraidy Cats is a surprisingly charming children’s game.
Goofy Golf Machine is a very unique dexterity board game from the ’90s that is better than most Parker Brothers and Milton Bradley games from the time period, but it’s a little too easy to be anything more than a cheap thrift store or rummage sale pickup.
Husker Du is a solid memory game for children but it just doesn’t appeal to a wide enough audience.
A look at the 1994 Puzz 3D puzzle Graceland Elvis Presley’s Legendary Mansion.
Like so many sci-fi shows, Earth 2 aired in 1994 and ended up cancelled after one year on the air. While the show took some time to get going, it had the potential to be a great sci-fi show.
Sid Sackson is a well known board game designer. With over 100 titles to his name, Sid Sackson made a lot of games in his career. One of his best reviewed games was Bazaar. Based on the box I wasn’t expecting much from Bazaar. After playing I was surprised to find that Bazaar is a simple game that has more strategy to it than you would expect.
Mattel/International Games Inc decided in 1986 to branch out the UNO franchise by creating the game UNO Dominos. Combining the card play from UNO with the tile placement of Dominos they tried to combine two classic games. Unfortunately the combination leads to a game that is too easy to provide any really strategy or challenge to the players.