2019 | Page 4 | Casual Game Revolution


Zangle! is an enjoyable, visual puzzle about spotting patterns and testing your speed, as players race to combine patterns on their cards with patterns in the center of the table.

Bumúntú has a theme inspired by African folklore. Move your pawn around the board, collecting animal tiles. The tile you begin your move on determines the movement options available to you.


Packed with nostalgia, Blockbuster has players guessing movies based off of a single word, quotes, and charades. In addition, there's the head-to-head round in which players must race to name more movies that fit a particular theme than their opponents. 

Bugs on Rugs is a set collection, card drafting game with open information, in which the cards that don't get drafted are as important as the cards that are.

At the beginning of each round, dice are randomly rolled and distributed on the board. On your turn you place a pawn around the edge of the board, and select a number one through six. You then collect any dice showing that number in your pawn's line of sight, and use these dice to fill jars and score points.


A family-friendly bluffing game in which each round a different player takes on the role of dragon. The dragon tries to guess which colored square players are most likely to move onto next in order to force them to discard their gold.

In this tile drafting game, players are collecting habitats for their 3D planets, to fill their worlds with animals. Collect the most of certain types of land to win animal cards, collect points, and win the game.

Draft a die each turn and pass the remaining dice to the player on your left, as you collect sushi to score points at the end of the round. There are five different types of dice, each with their own unique scoring. Use menu tokens to reroll dice and chopsticks to swap dice with other players.

Players create sets and runs by playing blocks into the center of the table and rearranging those already there. Stack tiles to change their value, and fit them into different collections. The first player to run out of blocks wins the game.