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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 light social deduction game of cutting wires and defusing bombs. Try to find which cards hide the defusing wires or fool your opponents into triggering an explosion.

Strategically move dice around the board so that you can capture them and create combos to score victory points. Keep an eye out on your opponents, however, as they can steal dice from under you, and bonus points are awarded at the end of the game for having the most dice in each color.

Super Cats is a single game split into two episodes of feline, superhero action! Try to guess how many fingers your opponents will hold up and avoid holding up the same number, as matching numbers cancel each other out. Hold up a unique number in order to perform actions.

A relaxing and thoughtful two player game, Stellar has you searching the cosmos for black holes, planets, and moons. The first action you take each turn also determines the second action you must take, so you must consider each choice carefully.

Starlink is a drawing game where you draw constellations in the night sky, and create your own unique celestial nightscape!

In this party game about colors and shades, can you clue players in on the one color out of over four hundred that is yours?

This abstract strategy game calls on you to use one of your five senses often underutilized in gaming: can your sense of touch lead you to victory as you place pieces on the board and attempt meet one of the various victory conditions?

Attack the castle! Loot gold and diamonds, and knock the king about, as you fling your troops right into the heart of the enemy base.

In El Maestro, one player attempts to draw images in the air with hand gestures while the other players try to copy these pictures with pen and paper.

Players must attempt to play through all the cards in the deck, playing them into two different stacks. If you ever can’t make a legal play on your turn, everyone loses the game.

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