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.
ESPN Jeopardy! is basically what you would expect as it is a very generic trivia game that is going to be difficult for everyone but sports experts.
While the premise behind Thin Ice is pretty clever, the lack of actual gameplay keeps the game from being very interesting.
WaveLength is a party game that is all about whether or not you are on the same “wavelength” as your partner in the game. However, the game isn’t particularly original and we have already reviewed several similar games on this blog over the last few years.
Due to basically no gameplay and some lackluster puzzles, MindTrap and MindTrap 2 are disappointing games that rely more on tricks than actual logic.
While The Addams Family Creepy Mansion Action Game has some somewhat clever trap mechanics, the game otherwise relies on boring roll and move mechanics.
Like Minds is a solid “match your partner” party game that suffers from not really differentiating itself from many other games in the genre.
While it does a good job representing the game show and has some interesting puzzles, Concentration ends up being a pretty boring board game for people would didn’t like the television show.
Trivia For Dummies tries to simplify the trivia game while adding in a speed element which ends up creating a game that will only appeal to a small group of people.
The Oregon Trail Card Game can be brutal to players and relies heavily on luck but is still a solid card game based on a nostalgic video game.