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Reviews of casual board games.

Roll a die and make a match, fail to do so and you can choose to roll another. Be the last player with any dice left in order to win the game.

It’s time for a standoff between the undercover cops and the criminals. Only problem: nobody knows whose side everybody else is on and you don’t want to accidentally shoot your friends.

Players are competing to create the most beautiful view of the garden from their own pagoda. Build sets of birds and flowers and score them based on how they appear from the perspective of your side of the board.

The latest expansion for It’s a Wonderful World by Lucky Duck Games boasts five campaigns that add some depth to the hand management and engine building card game.

You’re a robot at the word factory. Words come in a jumbled mess and it is your job to put them back together again. Work fast, but be careful. You might have put the letters back together into words, but were they the right words?

Published by Gamewright, Squirmish is silly, goofy, and fast-paced. It features a colorful cast of characters, fast turns, and vicious battles.

Dragomino is the newest entry in the Kingdomino line of games. Designed to be played with a younger audience it still brings something new to the table.

Can you guess seven African countries or members of the Justice League simply by reading the lips of your teammate?

Ice Duo is two games packed into one box, and is just one of many games Looney Labs publishes using their pyramid game pieces.

What are you most likely to dress up as for Halloween? A police officer or a a zombie with a chain saw? How likely are you to re-gift a Christmas present?

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