If you enjoy spreading a bit of fake news, and your group loves trivia, then Game of Lies might be right up your alley. Read our review of Game of Lies to find out if this party game belongs on your shelf.
Category - Casual Board Games
For some of us, board gaming is life: enjoyable, fun, intellectually stimulating, and a great way to pass the time. But some people don’t see it that way…playing games is silly, or a chore, or just plain boring. If you’re trying to get a game going with someone like that, then the games on this list are a great way to get them engaged and enjoying themselves.
Casual games are are easy to set up, have simple rules, and don’t take too long to play. You never know…that person who doesn’t enjoy games now might end up being your best playing partner…if you can just get them interested in the right games!
Codenames is a pretty great game in its own right. Codenames XXL begs the question: is bigger necessarily better? Read our review of Codenames XXL to see what we think.
If Uno was actually a clever co-op game, you might wind up with Two Stacks! Read our review of Two Stacks to find out if it’s for you. If you’re not sure about how that turns out, it’s actually a lot of fun!
Just. Say. Anything. Find out how some of the simplest words will get stuck on the tip of your tongue in our Anomia and Anomia Kids Review.
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.
On the hunt for a fun, family friendly dungeon crawl for your kids? Read our review of Heroes & Treasure and your search may be over!
You’re throwing a party, but your neighbors are doing the same and they want to steal your guests. You and your circuit-chomping mouse friend need to sabotage them! Check out our review of Circuit Breaker coming to Kickstarter...
Ancestree is the latest game in Calliope’s “Titans of Gaming” series, giving us an intriguing offering from the ever-prolific Eric M. Lang. Read our review of Ancestree to find out more.
Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum! We all know the story. But what if before the giant chased Jack down the beanstalk, he told his friends of the Giant’s riches? Read our review of Jack's Friends, a one vs. many card game which tells this story.
Real-world STEM heroes face off to be the first to make a discovery. Will your STEM team beat their foes? Find out more in our review of STEM: Epic Heroes.