Archive for the ‘Kid Games’ Category
Do your kids love pop-up books?
You know, the ones that have cool features that fold out as you turn the pages through a story book?
Well now you and your kids can play a fun press-your-luck board game that has a pop-up game board as the central feature.
The game is called Mythe and it’s from Passport Game Studios and LudiCreations.
I came across the game at Gen Con 2016 and thought it looked like a great family game that even young kids can enjoy.
Valentine’s Day is just a few days away.
So there’s no time to waste in finding something to give your sweetheart.
Of course, if you’re on this board game site, odds are high that you’re looking for something game related.
With that in mind, here are 12 suggestions of fun board games and cards games to play with your sweetheart on Valentine’s Day.
Do you ever wish you had a wish-granting genie?
I’m sure we’ve all let ourselves get carried away with imagining a genie magically appearing and granting us 3 wishes.
What would we wish for? Would it be fame and fortune? Or would you go straight for world peace?
In the recently released card game, 3 Wishes, by Passport Studios you may have a chance to get all 3.
Have you ever dreamed of being a colorful unicorn bouncing from cloud to cloud and sliding down rainbows while collecting pink cloud crystals?
You may not have. But if you have a young daughter, chances are high that she’s had such a dream.
With HABA’s Unicorn Glitterluck you can now make that dream a reality!
No doubt it’s super cute. But is it worth having on your game shelves?
What are the Best Board Games of 2016 for families?
After playing more than 180 different games in 2016 we’re ready to make the call.
Total number of game plays = 449
Total number of new games played = 131
That’s right, I played about as many “new to me” games in 2016 as I did total games in 2015.
We also posted 57 game reviews during 2016 – the most we’ve ever done in 1 year!
Here are the 7 games we consider the best board games of 2016.
Earlier this year, Caleb noticed a Rubik’s Cube on one of our shelves and set out to solve it.
The colorful puzzle cube captured all his attention for quite some time. Before long he had figured it out and was challenging us to mix it up “harder” to see how long it would take him to solve it.
On average he was solving it in 1 minute 10 seconds. And like you’d imagine, he loved getting under 1 minute.
So when we saw a game called Rubik’s Race, of course we were interested.
Games and toys are made to be fun.
After all, having fun is why we get together with friends and family to play games. And kids love playing with toys because they’re fun.
So when we see a game with a big toy factor to it, we naturally tend to think it’s going to be fun.
Such is the case with Potion Explosion. The game has a big toy factor that revolves around playing with marbles!
This time of year, many board game video reviewers run through their Top 100 Games of All Time. With thousands of new and fun board games being published every year, these reviewers take time to adjust their lists and publish an update to their Top 100 games. While we haven’t gone so far as to […]
Wow has car racing come a long way since I was a kid!
Bridging video games, mobile games, and physical track car racing, Anki Overdrive is a ton of fun!
Or as we like to call it in our house, Mario Kart Live.
Why? Because Anki Overdrive is the modern way to race cars in your living room.
Parents around the world all know what it’s like trying to get their kids to clean their rooms. It’s a constant battle we all go through.
And even when a child says their room is clean, all it takes is a peak under their bed or in their closet to see where they really stashed everything.
Well, we’ve got just the game for you – Garbage Day!
In Garbage Day, no one wants to take out the garbage or clean their room. So players try to see how much garbage they can get away with stacking on the growing pile or stashing in their rooms.