Hang in There! is one of those children’s games that can be surprisingly enjoyable for adults as long as you play it is small doses.
The 1966 Looney Tunes games is basically what you would expect from a game from its era, a pretty generic draw a card and move game with very little to hold your interest.
Set Back: The Beverly Hillbillies Card Game shares little in common with its namesake as it is instead content with being just another generic trick taking game.
Electronic Whac-A-Mole is basically a home version of the arcade game that can be fun for children, but gets repetitive rather quickly for adults.
Steady Eddie is a game that is typical of the era when it was made which unfortunately doesn’t hold up today.
Back Off! Buzzard has some interesting ideas and the buzzard mechanic will probably please children, but the game lacks any sense of substance leading to a pretty dull game.
The Uncle Wiggily Game may be considered a board game classic that young children will probably love, for everyone else it is a boring mess that you can make a good argument that it shouldn’t even be considered a board game.
Star Wars: Epic Duels creates a surprisingly easy and fun miniatures game that the whole family can enjoy even if it is a little too simple and relies on too much luck.
Tank Battle is an interesting combination of Battleship and Stratego that you can have some fun with even if it ends up becoming a basic guessing game.
The Price Is Right does a good job replicating the gameshow even though some poor design choices and the fact that it is outdated has lead to a game that is basically a simple guessing game.