For the past week I have been addicted to the mobile and PC game called mini metro. It is a minimalistic game about building a metro system. It is quite interesting because players who are really hardcore gamers can enjoy it and new gamers can enjoy it also because it is really easy to pick up. It is an arts game which uses the mechanics of resource management and also attempting to find maximum efficiency. It is an endless game but it has some sort of level progression, where you must get enough points on one level to unlock the next. Overall I highly recommend to get it.
This is my review of the game Hanabi:
The game Hanabi is a coprative game where you must build a fireworks show by placing fireworks in the correct order. but the catch is you only know the cards of your friends, and you can use a clock token to tell them limited information. This builds a great tension of trying to tell your friends information without accidentally throwing them off. I think this game has a lot of different components going into it, such as the memory element, a strategy element, and a risk assessment element. In Hanabi you do not win or lose, and instead get points. This makes the game have high replay ability, because the players always strive to get a higher score. I think this is a really fun game, and I recommend checking it out.