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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



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.

Vivarium is a set-collection game, with easy-to-learn mechanics and fun choices to make each turn, about exploring a recently discovered cavern and identifying new species of creatures to complete contracts and further science. 

Manipulate towers to capture your opponents and fill potions, as you race through the moving towers to reach Ravenskeep properly prepared.

Organize your picnic from tablecloth to food to win donuts and have the best picnic ever in this card-weaving puzzle game.

Step into a bustling marketplace of ancient Egypt, where fortunes await those who can master the art of collecting goods, selling sets, and enlisting the aid of formidable allies.

The king is dead! But who will take his place? Vie for influence, win over clans, and compete for the crown and throne.

Gap is a simple game, but that simplicity hides a scoring system that is fun to manipulate while still keeping it a low-key and easy-to-learn game. It’s perfect for a relaxed evening.

Can you list absolutely everything in this very simple, but very addictive party game? Think quickly and be sure not to say something that has already been mentioned.

Aurum is a unique trick-taking game that is all about avoiding the suit rather than following it, and balancing winning tricks with activiely trying to lose them in order to collect gold.