I always use "Rock Paper Scissors" to review vocabulary. Here's a video of one of my ESL classes in action. Description is in the video but basically flashcards or cards with picture on one side (and I always add the written word on the back just in case they can't remember at the time...it's still a disadvantage, as to have to look, means they lose valuable time).
Two teams go head to head (with flashcards set up on board or around horse shoe shaped desk setup), upon meeting they have a rock paper scissors face off, winner continues along the pre set up line of flashcards, trying to infiltrate into team base on the other side. If a player makes it the whole way along the line of cards, stating correct answers and winning their RPS Face-offs, play stops (amongst much cheering) and they score a point for their team...
In general play as each player loses "RPS face off", they go to back of their teams line and new player (at front of line) starts at beginning of flashcard line and goes on forward, hoping for victory when they encounter the oncoming player from the opposing team... yet again.
Watch the video, you'll get the idea.
Students go absolutely crazy for this review game.
I have a whole bundle of ready made categories and cards that I used in my ESL classes that is available for purchase in my store here• Rock Paper Scissors Race Fun Pack.