The Express Monopoly Card Game shares little in common with its namesake outside of the theme but it is a surprisingly solid little card game.
Bed Bugs is a children’s game at heart but due to the game being quite a bit more challenging than you would expect I found it to be a pleasant surprise.
Speech Breaker has some interesting ideas but fails due to the premise not working that well and the underlying gameplay being pretty generic.
It may not be for everyone but Slam Burger is a truly unique experience that is a hidden gem for families and fans of speed games.
The Game of Life: Extreme Reality takes the original Game of Life on a wild ride that barely differentiates it from the original game.
Loopin’ Louie is not quite as good as what I remember from my childhood but it still holds up surprisingly well as a game that the whole family can enjoy.
Guess Where? takes what works in the original Guess Who? and mixes things up to add some additional strategy which creates a more compelling experience.
Jenga Quake slightly tweaks the original game which adds some variety to the game while adding more luck.
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.
A detailed look at all of the games in the Clue/Cluedo franchise that have been created including the themed games and the spinoff games.