Can this little bag of letters be your new favorite word making game? Read our review of JABUKA to see if you’re up to this caffeine-fueled challenge.
Category - Party Games
Party games are amongst the most popular titles, with many being familiar even to very casual gamers. These games are specifically designed to accommodate large groups, and often use simple but flexible rules to maximize player engagement. Because the emphasis is on player interaction, party games frequently focus on social deduction at some level, as seen in games as diverse as Apples to Apples, Werewolf, and Codenames.
What happens when 90s nostalgia meets modern board game design? Read our review of Trogdor!! The Board Game and burninate the countryside!
What do viles of ooze, mushrooms and small bugs all have in common? Read our review of "The Potion" to see how these ingredients are the recipe for a great time!
In the newest game from CGE, players must race the clock to decipher the clues and discover their secret hidden word. Read our Letter Jam review to find out how it’s done.
Can robots and A.I. replace Mafia and Werewolves? Read our review to help you decide if 3 Laws of Robotics is the new social deduction game for your group!
Some people like science, some people like words. Find out if Genius Games found a way to combine them in our review of Nerd Words Science.
Eleminis is a fun family game with engaging artwork, simply gameplay, and just a dash of technology. Check out our Eleminis review to find out if this light card game is right for your family.
Your party host is poisoning the guests’ wine. You have an important choice to make: drink your wine or swap glasses with someone else. Read our In Vino Morte to review to see how surviving is trickier than you think.
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.
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.