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 Tip-It deserves credit for being one of the first stacking dexterity games and is probably one of the better ones, it suffers from the same problems that plague most games from this genre.
While Masterpiece has an interesting premise, the reliance on luck makes Masterpiece a below average to average Parker Brothers game.
While far from a great game, Ants in the Pants holds up a lot better than I was expecting.
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While brimming with 1970’s charm, Happiness’ attempts at originality fail to save a boring spin and move game.