Reviews

Reviews of casual board games.

The Last Spike doesn't just have a fun train-theme and unique player interaction, it was also a 2016 Mensa Select Winner and you can certainly see why as you play it.

Some card games feel made for a lazy Saturday afternoon of casual games and low-key fun. Nuts about Mutts is one such game, calling to mind the nostalgia of several classic card games while still managing to stand on its own two feet (or rather its own four paws) as a fun, light, family-friendly game.

The orchestra has a troublesome artiste in its midst and the manager wants him out! But this isn’t easy when everyone’s roles keep being switched and everything is muddled.

This 4 to 8 player game of bluffing and social deduction is seeking your support on Kickstarter and is connected with The People's Orchestra, a charity that works to help children into orchestras who otherwise could not afford to take part. It’s for a good cause, but is the game fun too?

"We are the Champions, my friend, and we'll keep on fighting ‘til the end....No time for losers, 'cause we are the Champions—of the World!" — Queen

Each new installment in IELLO’s line of Tales & Games fairy-tale inspired board games offers something unique and different—and Little Red Riding Hood is no exception.

Jobstacles, now on Kickstarter, brings something a little new to the table, taking familiar mechanics and adding a little strategy and definite theme to create a tight, fun, and enjoyable party game.

Who doesn’t want the biggest pile of nachos? Slap your way to win them (but only in this card game — slapping a pile of nachos in real life could get messy).

Can a game get any smaller than a pack of gum? These four pocket-sized games are the next installment in the Pack O Game series and offer a wide range of genres and gameplay.

Wild Wars: Family Battle allows 2 to 4 players to pit their army of vicious, cute (and everything in between) animals against each other, in an all-out, knockdown fight for the highest score after ten rounds.

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