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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 social deduction party game in which one player gives clues with images and the other players attempt to determine which picture on the table the clues point to, while an unknown traitor attempts to muddy the water.

 

Decktective: Bloody-Red Roses is a mystery game set in the 1800’s, where players must work together to figure out the answer to a series of questions, using a deck of cards and a 3D murder scene created with the game box and a few cards.

Players must work together to hunt down an elusive creature, but in the end only one of you will have the glory of the find, so be careful not to give too much information away.

Silver, a card game from Bézier Games set in the Werewolf universe, blends memory elements, unique role abilities, deduction, and a little bit of luck.

A flip-and-write game in which each turn an expedition card is drawn which shows a pattern of boxes. Players attempt to check off this pattern on their own treasure cards, in order to complete their cards and hopefully score some bonus points along the way.

Illusion is a party game designed by Wolfgang Warsch (The Mind), in which players attempt to lineup cards in order of the amount specific colors appear on them. You may either add a card on your turn or challenge all those already played this round if you believe a mistake has been made.

Spell Smashers is a word game in which you play letter cards to spell words and deal out damage to monsters for each letter you use. Choose your battles carefully, however, as each wound will fill your hand with difficult to use letter combos you can't easily discard.

In Loony Quest, each player has thirty seconds to draw on their transparent screens, using lines, circles and dots to complete objectives. Then lay the screens over the game board to check how accurate you were. Play through six levels, and the player with the most points at the end wins the game.

Visit far off locations to gather artifacts from around the world, but choose wisely where you send your archaeologist, because you won’t know until the end of the game what the artifacts from each location are worth.

The sequel to Gamewright’s Dragonwood, Dragonrealm takes you beyond the forest to new locations and challenges.

Players use cards to create sets of colors, numbers, or runs, which determines how they attempt to capture a location. The number of cards you play determines how many dice you get to roll and the probability of success. 

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