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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
• Is or was recently available in the U.S. at a reasonable price point

 


 

A tricky, ring sliding dexterity game in which players race to shift rings from finger to finger, hoping to be the first to complete a specific pattern.

Help supply the cities with energy, in this game that is a unique combination of engine building and dexterity.

Dive into the bowels of the beast to mine rare crystals, or work hard to digest the miner inside of you for a good snack! Play as the miner or the beast, solo or against one other player. Or set the game up to play itself and watch it unfold in one of the few games that can be played with zero players.

Stroll down to the farmers market, buy tasty food, and complete your shopping goals in a tricky little tile-playing puzzle game, about trying to collect the right ingredients in each column and row in your player grid.

Pick an object for the turn, spin to find out what strange unit of measurement you’ll be using this round, and then guess the size of the chosen object in that unit! The player with the closest guess wins the most points!

Published by Helvetiq, Kinoko (which is Japanese for ‘mushroom’) is a 20-minute, 2-4 player game about moving cards around and trying to figure out where everything is, all while avoiding the forbidden mushroom.

A mysterious cube has crashed in the Nevada desert, and it’s up to you to vie for its control on behalf of your government agency in this tile-laying, mind-bending puzzle game.

Take a trip back to summer camp, earn badges, master new skills, and enjoy a wonderful, summer experience in this lightweight deck-builder.

Use only one-syllable words to get your team to guess a word or phrase! Make a mistake? Get hit with a stick! It's that simple.

The evil mastermind has died and you, his faithful underlings, are divvying up his supervillain empire in a bid to become the next big mastermind! Each turn, take five cards and divide them into two groups. The player at your side will choose one and leave you the other. While they're choosing their cards, you'll be selecting a set passed to you by your other adjacent player.

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