Reviews

Reviews of casual board games.

Will you donate your beans to a player in need or wheel and deal? Rio Grande's classic card game puts you in the role of bean farmer.

A dungeon crawler for a casual audience, the Dark Castle is tough to escape and tougher to forget. Each play through will be different as the castle changes every time you play. Dive in and try to survive, if you dare!

Can you defeat the friendly bear or the dreaded eleven kittens? Dungeon Fighter turns a classic genre into a dice-throwing dexterity game! You’re no longer rolling those dice, you’re throwing them.

Line your birds up and collect them in a row, if you can remember where they’re all hiding! This delightful little game mixes memory with set collection as you flip cards and try to remember where you put them all.

Diamonsters has you bidding with monsters as you try to collect even more, but watch out, some of those little fellows can be tricky. A light filler from IDW Games, is there more to it than just cute little monsters?

An undercover agent has cracked the case, but you have to get the information from him without blowing his cover! Ask your questions, narrow down your options, don’t run out of time, and see if you can keep the criminal from escaping.

Do you know the characters in Shrek? How about a few quotes from Aladdin? Movie Buff will have you testing your movie memory in a party game that’s all about movies, actors, quotes, and roles.

Strap on your helmet, pull on your boots, and enter the woods to fight fires. Will you and your team be heroes or will the fire grow out of control?

Azul is an abstract game from Plan B Games, designed by Michael Kiesling, that received an incredible amount of buzz at Spiel 2017. But was this success justified?

Who can say no to a delicious Boston Cream? Well you just might have to in Go Nuts for Donuts if another player wants it too.

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