Hang in There! is one of those children’s games that can be surprisingly enjoyable for adults as long as you play it is small doses.
While the game is probably enjoyable for young children and their parents, it has no appeal for anyone else as it arguably isn’t even a game.
Harry Potter UNO adds a couple interesting new cards to the original game, but doesn’t differentiate itself much from it.
River Dragons can be a little too cutthroat at times, but the game deserves credit for an original idea that the whole family can enjoy.
Blokus doesn’t quite live up to its reputation, but it is still a good abstract game that is simple enough for the whole family to enjoy.
Canasta Caliente fails to bring much to the original Canasta which is a game that is past its prime.
A review of the Merlin 3 Film Collection from Mill Creek Entertainment which includes the 1998 TV miniseries Merlin, the 2006 miniseries Merlin’s Apprentice, and the 2000 movie Merlin: The Return.
UNO Blitzo has a surprisingly long learning curve but once you get a hang of it there is an interesting twist on UNO hidden underneath the surface.
While Survivor had the potential to be developed into a good board game, due to being rushed in order to cash in on the success of the television show the game ends up being a very bland mess of a party game.