Doctor Who Fluxx might not add any new mechanics to the Fluxx franchise but it does a good job implementing the Doctor Who license into the Fluxx franchise.
While it can get a little repetitive and might not work with non-creative groups, Nanofictionary is a fun little story telling game that thrives in the right groups.
While Fluxx The Board Game has its’ own problems, it actually might succeed in improving on the card games.
While it plays a lot like your traditional Fluxx game, Math Fluxx adds a couple small tweaks to the formula which creates some interesting options for the game.
While not perfect, Mad Libs The Game is probably the best Mad Libs card game that you are ever going to find.
Firefly Fluxx doesn’t change the main game very much but the theming is good enough that fans of Firefly and Fluxx should enjoy it.
Despite having a similar concept to several other games, Retro Loonacy has a distinct feel to it which makes it a highly enjoyable game.