If you’ve ever spent a few delightful hours crushing your friends in Connect Four, then you have the child psychologist and one-time Hasbro product manager Howard Wexler to thank. He invented the game in 1973 after questioning why there were no vertical games—and over 30 years later, he got back into the, ahem, games game with his son, David, a movie director and producer. Together, the pair has revived a handful of Howard’s early concepts, like Switch, where players compete on a board to make their tiles into square, and Primary, a color-pairing card game. Produced in partnership with the Brooklyn design studio W&P, each set looks both thoroughly modern and charmingly retro at the same time. You could say every single one’s a winner.