Piranha Panic has a really interesting mechanic that showed a lot of potential, but there is unfortunately not much else to the game.
Clue Mysteries tries to add an actual storyline to Clue which is interesting but in the process ignores what made Clue a good game by doubling down on the worst aspects of Clue.
Pizza Box Football does a good job creating a streamlined football simulation game that ultimately doesn’t maintain the excitement or fun of the sport that it is trying to emulate.
UNO Spin doesn’t drastically change the UNO formula but the spinner does add some interesting twists and turns.
While The Simpsons Don’t Panic has some interesting ideas and could provide a little fun, it has too many flaws to be considered a good game.
While it is not perfect, Zing! is possibly the best trick-taking game that I have ever played.
Borrowing heavily from Liar’s Dice, Texas Roll’Em fails to distinguish itself in any discernible ways.
Despite being created by the company that made Scene It a household name and having a good concept, Quip It! fails to live up to its’ potential.