If you keep up with education news, you might be familiar with the concept of gamification. (If not, basically, it's applying principles of playing a game to something that isn't a game, generally to make it more interesting/fun/enjoyable to the audience.) I've attended some talks on the topic, and have been intrigued by the idea. Of course, as language teachers, we use games regularly to help students review; one of my favorite new tools is kahoot, which turns my reviews into a game, complete with timer and countdown music. (Thanks to my sister, Becca, for telling me about this last semester!)
I've posted my Go Fish games here, along with templates that could be used to create custom Go Fish games.
*However, I also realized that it had somehow never occurred to me to create a bingo game for my phonetics class, so our end-of-semester review of phonemes and allophones is a brand-new phonetics bingo game!