Games where you don't have to think too hard or pay too much attention. The board game equivalent of Muzak.
Hey, buddy. What’s in the BAG?—- a creative thinking word game, minus the letters and words, for two or more players
A quick card game for three or more players.
Tumblewords: It’s like a cross between that game where you make words with tiles and that game where you drop checkers into a vertical grid. For two wordsmiths.
All the fun of a piñata, with none of the screaming, accidental concussions, or clean-up. For two to six hyperactive greed-crazed kids (or kids at heart).
Lead your jellybean and marshmallow chick army to victory against one to five of your friends in Peep War: The world’s first edible war game.
Investigate and explore with two to four detectives and a map.
Search for specimens and toss mud on two to four paleontologists.
Remembering those matches rewards you with some strategy for two to four players.
A game of intuition and second-guessing for two players.
Poison apples, beanstalks, and circumlocution for two or more storytellers.