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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

 


 

The detectives have gathered. But one among you is a conspirator and another their informer. Play cards to match the word the informer has given you, but the conspirator has no idea what the word is and must attempt to bluff their way through. Can you spot who it is?

Cabo: Deluxe Edition features beautifully whimsical artwork, with a blend of memory elements and lightly strategic gameplay. Each player has four cards face-down in front of them. The goal is to get the collective value of your cards closer to zero than your opponents' cards, choosing the perfect moment to go out and have all players reveal their cards and compare.

Each player controls a tribe, dropping them through a cube tower, hoping they come out again to produce the resources they need to make advancements, develop tools, and add to their tribes.

 

In this cooperative building game, one player sees the card that shows what the team is trying to build and must use gestures to convey it, while a second player interprets these signs and walks the builder (who has her eyes closed) through the building process.

A family friendly auction game in which players must bid for plots of land, competing to fulfill shared and secret objectives, earn bonus tokens, and come out on top with the most money in order to be named the new head of the family.

A two player set collection and hand management card game set in the Scottish Highlands, from the designer of Lost Cities and The Quest for El Dorado.

Line up three or more bubblees in a row to move them from your planet to your score pile, activating their powers when you do so to move bubblees to your opponent's board, rotate those on yours, or even move a lone bubble to your score pile.

Step into the role of explorers in Wayfinders, where you take to skies and connect far flung islands through flight and airports.

Wavelength has players attempting to guess where a target has fallen between two extremes, based on a clue given to them by their psychic. The psychic's clue is based on a card that tells them what the two extremes are (such as cold and hot, or dark and light).

Charades meets social deduction, in this compact little card game about hunting the pretender among you.

 

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