A review of three Mill Creek Entertainment Blu-ray releases with retro VHS artwork: Kull the Conqueror, Splitting Heirs, and Renegades.
Fans of the original game that find the idea of a dice game intriguing should enjoy Tripoley Dice, but I didn’t really care for the game.
The Sabrina The Teenage Witch Game has some interesting ideas for a TV tie-in game, but unfortunately none of them really work leading to a typical franchise based board game.
Sold! The Antique Dealer Game has some interesting ideas that could have lead to a good game if they weren’t a little before their time and left a little unpolished.
A review of Gun: A 6 Film Anthology on DVD, an anthology series from 1997 with an intriguing premise but poor execution.
Due to basically no gameplay and some lackluster puzzles, MindTrap and MindTrap 2 are disappointing games that rely more on tricks than actual logic.
TV Guide: The Game is perfectly fine, at least for fans of both trivia games and television. However, it is quite outdated (over twenty years old) and only about one topic, meaning TV buffs (especially fans of older shows) will have a huge advantage over other players.
While it might look a little childish, Duck Duck Bruce is an overall solid little press your luck game.
Despite being a re-themed version of the popular card game The Great Dalmuti, Dilbert: Corporate Shuffle fails to be anything more than a very average luck driven card game.