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Reviews of casual board games.

It’s time to roll dice, fight disease, and push back the rising outbreaks of infection and epidemics! Pandemic is a beloved cooperative experience that has spawned many new editions and adaptations — how about a dice game?

It's a dangerous world and resources are scarce! Will you use your limited fuel efficiently to claim food, bricks, and territory? Or will your truck be left stranded on the side of the road?

Formerly known as Wangdo, the rebranded The Way of the Bear cleverly utilizes area management and set collection in a quick, but potentially brain-burning casual game.

Oh no! A crook has stolen the MacGuffin from the museum! You don't have much time to track the criminal down and return the object before the museum is scheduled to open.

The kingdom is coming along nicely, but now it’s time to create towns, construct buildings, and win the Queen to your side.

Play as Nefertiti and Akhenaten, as you compete to build the most impressive pyramids, temples, and tombs in all of Egypt.

Grand jeté your way from rehearsals to the stage, as you embark on the career of a ballet dancer and compete for the role of Prima Ballerina.

The Keymaster Games team partners with The Fifty-Nine Parks Print Series to create a game that celebrates the beauty of U.S. National Parks.

Play it cool! They don’t know you’re the chameleon hiding among them. At least not yet! The Chameleon is a social deduction party game about trying to blend in without getting caught.

Players lay down tiles to make a path through the jungle, or discard them to move their adventurers. Who will be the first to reach the four lost temples?