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.
My First Camera 3 is a big upgrade from the older model we reviewed last year. Like that camera, this one is designed for kids, but is packed with enough features to keep adults happy too. We took the new model out for a shutterbug party around the block.
Finding ways to enjoy family time together during the pandemic is more important than ever. So when developer Marmalade Game Studio recreated the classic Milton Bradley game of Life, we knew we had to spin the wheel and start our new lifelong adventure.
Wingspan is a deeply strategic card game about helping wild birds survive and thrive in different habitats. The subject matter should help it appeal to a wide audience of players, while the strategic depth will keep everyone playing and competing.
Zoinks! Scooby-Doo Betrayal at Mystery Mansion is a lighthearted take on the clever Betrayal at House on the Hill boardgame that is just as fun as the original, but more suited for players of all ages. And Jenkies, this is a fun game to play!
Designed to protect budding young gamers (and music lovers) from overly loud noises, the My First Headset headphones use bone conduction technology to move sound directly through your skull, which gives great sound quality without as much risk of hearing damage.
Parents with kids looking to get into photography should check out My First Camera, which is a fully functional camera with a thermal printer for instant printouts of whatever budding shutterbugs want to shoot.
GiN is looking waaaay back as a fun feature during these trying times. We will occasionally be taking a look at games from simpler days that were published many years ago. Up first, The Sims from February 2000, a title that many of us lost a lot of hours exploring.
Finally getting out on your own place is big deal, even in space. Too bad those pesky aliens are out to wreck your new apartment. Grab a broom, rally your roommates, and fight for your right to party in Out of Space.