Category: Card Games
The Great Dalmuti
Life isn't fair... and neither is The Great Dalmuti! One round you're at the top of the heap, and the next you're peasant scum in this fast-paced card game of medieval one-upmanship. The players take their places in the pecking order, from Greater...
You are dealt a hand of eight cards. You bid two, having thought it was a weak hand. However, when the others bid zero you realize your hand is stronger than you thought, and you don't get any points if you go over your bid. Should you play a high...
English language edition
The two hedgehogs won! You ask, "How could that happen?" It all started with a stately lion, who was chased away by an elephant. The single elephant naturally yielded to the pair of elephants. Then two mice came along and scared the elephants away.
If you like Hearts, Whist, or any suspenseful card game of strategy, then you'll be charmed by Wizard! It's the ultimate game of trump... pure fun, challenging, and simply habit forming. The rules are simple and easy to learn... mastering the...
Career poker has its roots in ancient China and is still known there under the name of Zheng Shangyou. It has been translated to the European way of life. The players are employees of the firm of "Simpel & Co." and are constantly struggling for the...
Everyone likes a bargain and it's all too easy to find oneself in a buying frenzy. But there's not always a use for all the junk you collect, because in the end only the true values count. However, each player must decide for himself what is a...
The rules are simple and easy to learn... but mastering the strategy is the real challenge. One card is dealt to each player on the first round, two cards on the second, and so on. Players bid the number of tricks they think they will win. Make the...
Lemons & Lemonade
A fast-paced card game with a twist --- of lemon? There are four suits, each with a different number of cards. Some cards have point values -- some positive and some negative. Your goal -- which is determined secretly at the beginning of each hand...
You won't play just one trick at a time in Stichling, but up to four! This introduces many exciting choices: Serve this here? Those cards there? Do I open a new trick?