Join Kurt in his video reviewing the what, how, and why of Staka: a dexterity game from publisher Helvetiq.
Category - Action / Dexterity Board Games
Action/dexterity games require players to utilize their own physical attributes, particularly hand-eye-coordination, to play. Typically players are expected to achieve a precise physical task, often with a time limit. Rules are often light, since the focus is not on strategy but raw ability. Most gamers are familiar with this format because of traditional games such as Tiddlywinks, Crokinole, and Jenga. Modern updates include Pitchcar and Flick ‘Em Up!
Boardgame Brody decides it's his time to get conditioned while playing Pavlov's Dogs. Watch our video review.
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Choose a shape and drop it in the drop zone to score points. Sounds easy enough, right? Read our Drop It review to see how this simple game is actually incredibly strategic.
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A band of heroes enter a deep catacomb. Whether they leave as victors depends on how well they can flick. Read our review of Catacombs.
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Pile-up Rush is a wonderful two player dexterity game of speed, skill, and side-splitting laughs. Check out our review of Pile-Up Rush for details.
Zoo Ball is a chaotic, zany, flicking extravaganza that you can learn in minutes, and play in a quarter of an hour. Read our review of Zoo Ball for details and pics!