Happy City is a cute and charming game for the whole family that hides a surprisingly deep game beneath the surface.
Dodge Dice is a simple and somewhat fun little filler game that unfortunately relies considerably more on luck than strategy.
Rolling America is a complicated game with some truly unique and interesting ideas that also tends to rely on quite a bit of luck.
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.
Bloom is not the deepest game, but it succeeds at being a quick and enjoyable game that the whole family can enjoy.
In A Pickle has an interesting premise that had a lot of potential, but the game mostly just devolves into big argument.
Sushi Go Party! is exactly what you want out of a board game sequel as it takes everything good about the original game and makes it bigger and better.
Luck of the Draw has some really interesting ideas for a drawing game distinguishing itself from many games in the genre making it one of the best drawing games that I have played despite its issues.