Looking for our lastest kid friendly game reviews? You came to the right place. Here you’ll find board game reviews that are perfect for kids 12 and under.
Herbaceous is a set collecting game from Pencil First Games that was successfully funded on Kickstarter in 2016. The game easily catches your attention with the beautiful illustrations of different herbs created by Beth Sobel. I could go on and on about how great the art is, but let me convince you why this has […]
Sometimes, entertaining kids can be hard. For instance, the other day we were celebrating the end of our school year in my classroom by playing some games, and some of the girls were interested in learning a few new ones. However, every time I taught them something, they would play it once and be ready […]
Kingdomino has been on our table numerous times since picking it up a couple months ago. It’s easy to look at the bright colors and cute theme and dismiss it as a child’s game. Doing this would be a huge mistake! This game has the rare quality of engaging adults and kids alike. There’s enough strategy that […]
Dice games come in all shapes and sizes, but when Batman is involved, it’s worth a look. Batman the Animated Series Dice Game takes the same formula as Zombie Dice and adds just enough to excite hardcore Batman fans. Players chuck dice and push their luck to steal 30 pieces of loot and escape from […]
The forest is growing and it needs your help to grow the most beautiful trees. Players have to plan and arrange new branches to earn the most points over the course of three seasons. At the end of each season the Kodama, or tree spirits, give bonus points for different tree arrangements. Check out our full […]
Welcome to Ninja Camp! Here you will learn to jump, kick, dodge and evade your enemy. Your fellow campers are some of the fiercest competitors in the animal kingdom. One wrong move and you could find yourself in a trap. Anyone can survive Ninja Camp, but only one of you has what it takes to […]
When Apples to Apples first hit the market, it hit hard. I know I saw a copy at every youth group event we had, and anyone who didn’t own it was sure to get 5 copies for Christmas. Soon there were editions and expansions all over place so that you could play with cards that […]
Since playing Potion Explosion last year, the game has become one of our family favorites. The mechanics are easy to learn and it’s become a gateway game for some of our friends over the past couple months.