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Reviews of casual board games.

Nathan Thorton and Danelle Deley combine bidding and puzzle mechanics in this simple, fun game for 2-5 players.

Time to describe your imaginary friend! Only it might not be so easy because you only have so many words in front of you. Which ones will you use?

Escape the twister, meet the munchkins, visit the wizard, and defeat the wicked witch of the west, all on your quest to return home to Kansas.

Designer Julio E. Nazario’s latest is an engine-building puzzle for 1-4 players, where knowing how to play a card is just as important as how to use it. 

A game of fashion design from designer Jaime Miller, Make It Happen puts 2-12 players in command of the runway during New York’s Fashion Week.

How many chicken eggs long is that carpet? Or how many bananas around is that bowling ball? Make a guess and measure away!

Get in your mail truck, rev the engine, and get ready for a race around the country to deliver all the mail: postcards, letters, and packages. By mule, by bike, by train, or even by rocket! The race is on.

In Ryan Courtney’s latest network-building game, 1-8 players will construct various paths for travel through the great outdoors.

What could the word be? Choose your yes and no questions carefully but also pay attention to what everyone else is asking, because one player already knows what the word is — and if he’s not caught at the end, you’ll lose the game.

This abstract area control game from designers Remi and Nathalie Saunier challenges 2-4 players to develop one of seven garden territories to meet objectives and earn points.

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