Trash-Talk 101 for Your Little Geeks

Once you and your little geeks get past the rules and the game mechanics become “transparent” (that is, the point where your child is actually able to start exercising tactics and planning out their strategy rather than focusing on what part of the gameplay process is next), then is is time to add a new level of fun and strengthening the emotional coping skills. Continue reading

Synonyms Game Review

This game is like a lot of other word games you see out in the market these days. They use the English language to drive the game forward but the game itself seems almost like a secondary concern. This does not make Synonyms a bad game, but the game itself would have been much more interesting and fun if there were some ground breaking or even clever mechanics built into the game play. Continue reading

Zen and the Art of Letting Your Kids Win (or Not)

There is a burning question that rages through the hearts and minds of parents everywhere when they play games with their kids. Simply put, should the parent, with their years of experience, knowledge, and advanced skills, allow their kids to win a game or two? Or is that a bad thing? Read on, intrepid soul! Continue reading

Train of Thought Game Review

All aboard for a challenging and rewarding game that keeps everyone involved and engaged. Players must listen carefully to the clues and connect the dots to be the first one to get points. Everyone has to work together to play, but only one player will win. An outstanding party word game that’ll put you on the fast track to fun! Continue reading

Laser Battle: The Art of Laser Warfare Game Review

Here is a simple and quick game your little geek will understand in about a minute, but that is not meant to imply this is an easy game! Expect challege and fun and lasers! You and your little geek must make smart moves and slight adjustments to win the ultimate battle of laser warfare. Pew! Pew! Pew! Continue reading