Piggy Gambit is an adorable chess-themed puzzle adventure that includes 50 levels that merge chess, box puzzles and flow control elements. It seems simple, but also has a surprising amount of depth.
Back in 2016, our Modern Gamer columnist Marie Brownhill was a big fan of Pokemon Go. She tried it again recently and was amazed with the updates and changes that have been made over the years.
Video gamers past and present should check out Atari 50: The Anniversary Celebration collection. Packed with 50 years of gaming history from Atari, this new collection of over 90 titles is more of a digital museum where you can play with the exhibits.
GeoMag toy sets are amazingly well constructed, and they’re great at teaching critical STEM and science-related topics. The new Mechanics Challenge Goal set tasks young builders with constructing a magnetic machine that can launch a small metal ball into a goal.
You have never experienced soccer like this before. Grab Mario and a bunch of his Nintendo pals to tackle this action-packed take on soccer where the rules don’t matter and a frenzy of fun commands the field. You can even bring along up to eight friends for multiplayer mayhem.
Created by Oh, a Rock! Studios, the same studio that brought us the crazy Too Many Santas dating simulation, The Lost Oregon City Gold keeps that wackiness going with a puzzle-heavy adventure game that provides quite a heaping helping of family fun.
Created in conjunction with the Cook Inlet Tribal Council, the Never Alone: Arctic Collection offers much to like, from the sheer beauty of the game to the exploration of deep Inupiat culture. It also has a fantastic theme with a strong emphasis on generational wisdom.
Trivia and game show lovers will be in heaven with the release of Trivial Pursuit Live 2, a title which takes the classic Trivial Pursuit board game and elevates it to a stadium-worthy competition featuring an epic battle of the brains.
Corks is an incredibly simple game to learn that is suitable for almost any age group. Gameplay is quick and exciting, and can accommodate up to 14 players, making it a perfect staple for holiday fun and larger gatherings.
The Roto Brain toy is unique in that once players have tackled the initial puzzle, they can manually recode the device to create their own. Parents with inquisitive kids or anyone looking for a unique puzzle toy should accept the Roto Brain’s challenge.