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Reviews of casual board games.

TIKI Editions revises designer Michael Schacht’s strategy game with a slightly updated look and new scenarios for solo players.

Beets, potatoes, peas, and peppers: they're all welcome here! But ditch those artichokes if you want to win the game.

A 2004 Spiel des Jahres nominee and 2005 Mensa Select Winner, Ingenious is strategic and clever, while still being easy to learn.

Lucky Duck Games introduces the latest in its app-integrated games, leveraging tile-laying and dice-rolling into a 45 minute (per game) casual legacy experience. 

Play cards to create rows of beautiful feathered plumes, but be careful as each card determines which ones can be added to the rows beneath it.

Roll the die and follow the results in a light party game about keeping your sanity and getting to know one another. Keep Your Sanity is currently on Kickstarter.

How many answers can you come up with for a single category? It’s harder than you think when you’re up against a ten-second timer and can’t give an answer that starts with the same letter of an answer already given.

Danielle Dove has been kidnapped on the day of her sister’s funeral. Thankfully, she has managed to take a picture of the room where she is being held. Can you find and rescue her, while also uncovering the reason for the kidnapping?

Thames & Kosmos takes their Exit series in a new direction with The Sacred Temple and The Deserted Lighthouse, where escape rooms meet jigsaw puzzles.

Players have joined a brand new auction website, been given fourteen litcoins (the website’s currency), and now must compete for the best properties while making canny use of their coins.

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