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Category: Family Games
The new edition of EcoFluxx has color art, and a handful of Keepers and Creepers added. Gameplay is fast and fun, just like original Fluxx, but with special nature-themed Keepers like Dirt, Bats, Lizards, and Seeds! Special "Eats" goals show...
In the Train Dice Game, players roll six dice attempting to find an Engine, then a Coal Tender in that order, which allows them to locate Cargo cars and the Caboose which are the only dice that score points.
The card game with ever-changing rules! This version of Fluxx has color artwork, more cards, the transformation of certain Keepers into Creepers (cards that must be played as soon as they’re drawn), and a two-piece box instead of a tuck box.
Be the boss in this fast-paced card game of survival on the mean streets. Family Business pits mobsters against each other -- all working to make sure theirs is the last family standing!
LCR: 25th Anniversary Edition
Left Center Right
Celebrating 25 years of fun, this limited edition tin includes L–C–R dice, rules in English, Spanish, French, and Italian, large chips, and a sturdy plastic dice cup, for even more fun and excitement.
Yes, it's Fluxx... with Zombies! Zombie Fluxx introduces a new type of card: The Creeper. It's like a Keeper you don't want but must play anyway. The good news is, Zombie Fluxx also includes a bunch of Keepers you can use as weapons against the...
It's Looney Labs' beloved card game of ever-changing rules... in Spanish! Fluxx Español! has the same crazy rule-changing, goals-shifting gameplay that's made Fluxx so popular and it has a few all new cards, including La Fiesta, and La Siesta and...
EcoFluxx was created by Alison Looney while she was teaching kids about nature at the Burgundy Center for Wildlife Studies, during the summer of 2004. It is based on Fluxx by Andrew Looney. Looney Labs will donate a portion of the proceeds from...
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The latest and greatest version of the card game with ever changing rules! Easier than ever with just the four classic card types that fans the world over have come to know and love. It starts out simple: draw one card and play one...