A detailed look at the rules for how to play Rummikub a 1977 set collecting tile placement board game published by Pressman Toy Corp.
A detailed look at the rules for how to play KerPlunk a 1967 children’s family dexterity board game published by Mattel and Hasbro.
Fans of the original game that find the idea of a dice game intriguing should enjoy Tripoley Dice, but I didn’t really care for the game.
For an older board game, Rummikub holds up surprisingly well for its age as a game that the whole family can enjoy.
Trap Tennis is an interesting and unique experience that you can have some fun with, but it gets repetitive rather quickly.
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.
Yipes! theme is decent and chasing the other players as the monster is more fun than it should be but at the end of the day Yipes! ends up being another very generic children’s roll and move game.
Unusual Suspects is a solid but unspectacular game that has some interesting mechanics but fails to do differentiate itself due to its high reliance on luck and lack of player control.
Hands Down is a simple speed game that can be fun at times but is really lacking in gameplay outside of the speed mechanics.
While Rummy Royal, Tripoley, and Michigan Rummy are still popular to this day; I don’t exactly understand why as they are very basic card games that rely entirely on luck.