The Titanic board game has some intriguing and fun ideas that are held back a little by the game having some balance issues.
The Cat Game is basically just Cat Pictionary, but due to one clever mechanic I enjoyed it more than I could have imagined.
The Heads Up! Party Game brings together some classic party games that fans may enjoy even if it doesn’t really bring anything new to the table.
I don’t think Santorini lives up to all of the hype surrounding the game, but it is still one of the best abstract strategy games that I have ever played.
Bellz! has some interesting ideas and is quite easy to play, but unfortunately relies on too much luck leading to a game that becomes repetitive pretty quickly.
Loopin’ Louie is not quite as good as what I remember from my childhood but it still holds up surprisingly well as a game that the whole family can enjoy.
Temple Run: Danger Chase surprised me a little as more effort was put in to the game than you typically get from a licensed game but it still has its own issues.
Quick Cups is far from an original speed game but it still can be a fun experience for the whole family.