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Dexterity Games

Race other players to match patterns, but don’t drop any balls, in this quick little game that is perfect for both kids and adults.

Draft cards and build towers, but be careful — if it all comes tumbling down you’re out of the game. Tournament of Towers is now seeking funding on Kickstarter.

Flick Wars is a dexterity game set on an alien world with 3D terrain, gorgeous artwork, and great gameplay — now on Kickstarter.

Some games blur the line between a tabletop dexterity game and a sport – Foosball and Air Hockey are both good examples, but they require expensive equipment and a lot of space.

Magnets: The Game is a new magnet tossing dexterity game similar to AttrAction, but with some key differences. If you love magnets, read on for a summary of the game and an assessment from a fellow magnet-lover.

How much wood would a lumberjack chop if a lumberjack could chop wood? Oh, wait...a lumberjack can chop wood, and, in fact, he can chop a lot of it—but can he chop just the bark? Click Clack Lumberjack, a new dexterity game by Mayday Games, challenges players to remove the bark from a tree without toppling the trunk.

I have always been fascinated by magnets. When I first got a set of (recently recalled) Buckyballs, I was entertained for hours. Thus, the strong magnets that come with AttrAction, by R&R Games, are interesting enough by themselves — but do they also make a fun game? Thanks to the publisher, we recently had the opportunity to find out for ourselves.

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