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Recommended Casual Game Award

Casual Game Recommended badgeEach Recommended game has been carefully evaluated by our editorial staff and found to meet the following conditions:

• Representative of the casual game genre in terms of game length, depth, and complexity
• Appeals to a general audience, with a G or PG content rating
• Has acheived a high rating in gameplay, quality, and originality

 


 

Build a dino park one dinosaur meeple at a time, carefully choosing which pens to place them in while dealing with a random restriction each turn and passing the dinosaurs you didn't choose to the player on your left.

Race around the track blindfolded with the help of your co-pilots, but be careful to avoid accidents, in this team-based or cooperative drawing game.

Run a bus around New York or London, picking up passengers, avoiding traffic, and stopping at sights around the city in this flip-and-write board game.

Fill your forest with trees and give the creatures of the forest a home underneath the branches before winter comes and ends the game.

This two-player abstract strategy game is intricate and challenging, as players attempt to make groups of matching-colored tokens on the board, with groups established later in the game scoring more points.

Collect adorable dragons and build magical amulets in this clever game with a unique card playing mechanic.

Can you escape the evil genius’s lab and warn the world to save the day, in this real-time cooperative puzzle game?

In this cooperative deduction game played over five quick rounds, one player becomes the clue giver. Their goal is to help everyone else guess a secret character. They do this by playing cards featuring other characters and indicating whether those characters are similar to or different from the secret one.

Railroad Ink is a roll-and-write dice game about drawing routes on your player board as you lay down rail and help plot the highway, making connections and reaching exits to maximize your points as the dice determine the routes you must take.

The goal of this simple family card game is to collect sets of three. On your turn reveal one card at a time, from either the center of the table or another player's hand until you create a set or you reveal a card that doesn't match the others.

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