In our Muse review, we take a look at a deduction card game from Quick Simple Fun Games that can be played as a team game or as a cooperative game.
If you enjoy solving puzzles and you’re a fan of cooperative board games, then you’ll probably want to check out our favorite cooperative deduction games!
In our Rising 5 review, we look at a cooperative deduction game where you’re trying to find four lost runes to keep evil powers from taking over your planet.
In our Chronicles of Crime review, we take a look at a cooperative crime solving game from David Cicurel and Lucky Duck Games.
In our Rob ‘n Run review, we look at a cooperative deduction game in which you’re attempting to pull off a bunch of robberies before the police catch you.
In our Codenames Duet review, we take a look at a two-player cooperative word game from Vlaada Chvátil and Scot Eaton.
In our The Shipwreck Arcana review, we take a look at a cooperative deduction game from Kevin Bishop and Meromorph Games.
In our Unusual Suspects review, we take a look at a cooperative party game designed by Paolo Mori in which you are detectives trying to catch a thief!
In our Beyond Baker Street board game review, we take a look at a deduction game in which investigators are trying to solve a case before Sherlock Holmes.
In our Rick and Morty: Total Rickall card game review, we go over the pros and cons of a cooperative deduction game based on the popular animated show.