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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

 


 

Step into the shoes of an evil overlord, recruit minions, attack towns, and buy rounds of drinks for your fellow villains. Every round, a player rolls the die and use the result to gather resources from the cards you've already collected which you then in turn use to buy even more cards.

Weave a tale in this bidding, card collection game that features rich and unique artwork. Bid using lore chips to collect theme cards to craft your tales (Nature, Energy, and Spirit). In the end, you score only the tale with the lowest total value.

This fast little word game for two players has you trying to guess your opponent’s word with the aid of little bird friend clue cards. The challenge is not in deducing your opponent’s word so much, but in doing so with the use of minimal clues. 

 

A cooperative movement programming game in which players work together to help cute little robots navigate the game board and complete their goals before they run out of batteries.

Deduce how your housemates want the house decorated based on only the actions they take removing and adding objects to rooms, while trying to reach a compromise between their preferences and your own.

There’s love in the family, and the family is in danger, and there’s danger in the house. What comes next that the house can fit into?

Published by Gamewright Games, In a Pickle is a light party game for two-to-six players, all about making connections between words, with nouns that can fit inside each other.

Race against your opponents to be the first to unscramble your painting.

Three crimes have been committed: with three different weapons, at three different times, by three different people, at three different locations, and three different modes of escape used. Can you sort out the details for each crime in this real time deduction game?

Subastral is an elegant and simple card game, with simple rules but a layered scoring system that makes each choice challenging.

Burrow underground, build molehills, and plan carefully to become the master mole who controls the mountain, in this card-drafting, action programming game.

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