Rummikub 500 has some interesting ideas, but it fails to live up to the original game.
Doorways to Horror was trying to be a scary board game utilizing the newest technology of the 1980s (the VCR) but unfortunately the scariest thing about Doorways to Horror is the game itself.
Win By A Nose deserves some credit for having one of the most original game components I have ever seen but is otherwise a very generic children’s roll and move game.
For an older board game, Rummikub holds up surprisingly well for its age as a game that the whole family can enjoy.
The Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego? Card Game has a few interesting ideas but some broken mechanics lead to a dull and unsatisfying experience.
Decipher is not a perfect game, but it creates a compelling game by successfully combining a word game with a deduction elements.
Jumpin’ Monkeys is a fine launching game but is another example of game from my childhood not being as good as I remembered.
Hands Down is a simple speed game that can be fun at times but is really lacking in gameplay outside of the speed mechanics.
Topple has some interesting ideas for a dexterity game that could have led to a good game except that some issues with the scoring leads to the game being kind of boring.
At first glance Devil’s Triangle looks like your typical abstract strategy game but you quickly realize that the game has some serious issues.