A look at the board game publisher Out of the Box Publishing with a ranking of all of the board and card games made by the company.
Word on the Street combines a word game with Scattergories and a game of tug of war to create a surprisingly strategic and original word game.
While not as good as its’ inspiration Apples to Apples, Snake Oil is still a fun experience of pitching wacky products.
While not a bad game, Shake ‘N Take gets boring kind of quickly.
My Word is a very solid card game that fails to bring anything new or original to the word card game genre.
Apples to Apples is easy to learn, quick to play, very funny, and one of the best party games of all-time.
Have you ever played Pictionary and thought that it was too easy since you knew what you were supposed to draw? Did you wonder what it would be like trying to draw an object described to you by another players using only basic shapes? That is in a nutshell Backseat Drawing, an average board game created by Out of the Box.
Alan Moon (creator of Ticket to Ride) along with Aaron Weissblum created a series of travel games called 10 Days. While not as good as the Ticket to Ride series, I enjoyed playing the USA version of the game. After playing the Africa version I have to say it is not as good as the USA version but it is still enjoyable and may teach you a little about Africa.