Frank’s Zoo is an accessible take on the trick taking genre which is better than most trick taking games but still falls victim to most of the same issues.
Ultimate Outburst takes Outburst and creates some new twists which add some variety to a solid party game.
Cloud 9 adds some depth to the press your luck genre which makes it one of the best press your luck games that I have played.
Stacrobats is another game in the long line of stacking games that fail to add anything new to the genre.
Outside of a high reliance on luck, Sequence Dice is a solid board game of mindless fun.
Chairs isn’t the most original dexterity games but it is probably one of the better stacking games that I have played.
While the game relies on guessing what cards the other players are going to go after, Money is still a very good game which blends accessibility with quite a bit of strategy.
While the game is not perfect and won’t work with uncreative players, Wise and Otherwise is still a fun little bluffing game.
While trying to add some new ideas to the dice rolling genre, Bunker Poker ends up falling into the luck trap like too many other dice games.
Despite an interesting twist on Pictionary, Guess A Doodle is just not that fun.