A detailed look at the rules for how to play Blink a 1995 family speed card game published by Mattel and Out of the Box Publishing.
A detailed look at the rules for how to play Gooey Louie a 1995 children’s dexterity board game published by Pressman Toy and Goliath.
Reviews of two films making their Blu-ray debut via Mill Creek: Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot and Gold Diggers: The Secret of Bear Mountain.
The Jumanji board game is clearly flawed and has quite a few issues, but it deserves some credit for being before its time in some interesting ways.
UNO Madness is what you get when you combine UNO with Perfection, a disappointing game that is worse then both of the original games.
While it is kind of fun to see the towers get knocked down, there is nothing about Bulldog Dozer that will appeal to anyone other than young children.
G. Gordon Liddy’s Hardball Politics ’96 starts as a Monopoly clone, strips out all of the fun, adds broken and boring mechanics, and ends up as one of the worst board games I have ever played.
While Electronic Talking Mystery Mansion has some interesting ideas and some great components, the over reliance on luck and the lack of actual deduction prevents the game from being anything more than an average game.
Atmosfear: The Harbingers has a very high production quality but too many rules and a very high luck to strategy ratio keep it from being anything more than a one-time experience (as a game to play on Halloween).
Despite trying to do some new things with the dexterity genre and coming with some nice components, Stack-A-Derm fails at being a fun game.