Category: Card Games
Mü and Lots More
English language edition including Mü and Nyet
This collection contains four unusually great card games by four great designers. The games are called: MÜ, NJET, Was sticht?, and Meinz. Each of these games is a trick-taking game, but each also has a very special way of handling the trick-taking: one...
AKA Tarock Card Game
This popular trick-taking card game, which started in the 16th century, is played with a colorful 54-card deck of oversized playing cards. It includes 22 trump cards that feature double-ended scenes. The 32 suit cards are uniquely dispersed...
Shoot the Moon
Shoot the Moon is a fun and addictive trump-based card game. Players can use their little moon card to upset their opponents or play a big moon card to win the hand. Shoot the Moon’s unique scoring keeps all players involved until the very end.
Filipino Fruit Market
Filipino Fruit Market consists of two games from Sylvester, both using the same cards and tokens. Tindahan (which Sylvester says is tagalog for "store") is for 3-5 players, and the basics of game play are what you'd expect in a trick-taking game: You...
In Otter Nonsense, players must during their turn place a card from their hand on one of the three stacks in the center of the table. They must follow the stack's direction, with values going either up or down.
English language edition of Flaschenteufel
As with many other trick-taking card games, the idea of The Bottle Imp is to acquire the most points. The Bottle Imp makes trumps out of the lowest cards. The player with the highest card...
A Conclave of Wyrms
Powerful, majestic, brilliant, conniving, & greedy, they live in a highly structured society centered around age. There are five different draconic races, each of a different color: red, blue, yellow, green and purple; and one all powerful...
The Suburban Wars
It's the classic suburban conflict of unreturned tools, loud neighbors, and prize-winning garden gnomes from Reiner Knizia. This simple gateway card game has players starting with low-value cards then escalating the values until someone goes too far...