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Reviews of casual board games.

Musical Chairs, published by Rio Grande Games, doesn’t involve either actual music or actual chairs, but does manage to represent both of those things in an enjoyable board game experience.

How would you sell a zero-gravity restaurant or a 25-hour news channel? Come up with a headline, but it might not be as easy as you expect when the words have to start with specific letters.

From a passenger plane caught in an electrical storm to a theft on a Mississippi steam boat — we recently took a look at the newest games in the Thames & Kosmos Exit line.

One player is the Wendigo picking off scout members one by one, while disguised as one of their own! Can you spot him as he moves around the camp?

Designed by Reiner Knizia and published by Swiss gaming company Helvetiq, Kariba is an elegant little card game set at an African watering hole filled with animals of all sizes, from mice to elephants.

It’s going to take all the talents of Mystery, Inc. to solve the mystery of Lady Fairmont’s ghost and escape the haunted mansion!

LOKI and IELLO’s cooperative, seafaring board game Kraken Attack has players desperately trying to protect their ship, repair damage, and fight off the Kraken and its many tentacles.

This game's ability to be defined as a 'casual game' might best be demonstrated by the story of how I, seasoned gamer that I am, was promptly defeated by a 7-year-old girl playing it for the first time.

Brain Games brings to the table a challenging, cooperative puzzle party game that also features an engaging competitive mode.

Pictures is a 3-5 player party game where players will use varying sets of items to depict one of 16 images in the hopes their companions can figure out what picture they are crafting.

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