While it deserves credit for being one of the first trivia games, Go to the Head of the Class has not aged well.
While it is nothing more than a pretty average board game, Stadium Checkers actually surprised me for a 1950s family game.
While 5ive Straight significantly improves on Tic-Tac-Toe, its’ reliance on card draw luck prevents it from being as good as it could have been.
A detailed look at the rules for how to play Mille Bornes a 1954 family card game published by Parker Brothers and Hasbro.
While you can have some fun with the game, the lack of control over your own fate in the game prevents CirKis from being anything more than a very average game.
Beat the Count is a bad card game that relies almost entirely on luck due to the lack of decisions to be made.
Say When is a solid game for casual trivia fans but it definitely isn’t anything spectacular.
While not much different than the original Scattergories, the Scattergories Card Game is still an enjoyable experience.