At Funagain card games don't necessarily mean the 52-card variety. Oh sure, we've got plenty of those, but card games have grown up so much that you'd hardly recognize them.
There is as much diversity with card games as board games and that means there's a lot. Looking for something a little more traditional? Try a trick-taking game, which includes games like Rook, Wizard and one of Funagain's all time best sellers, Rage. Want to step into the new world of card games? Look below and browse a few of the subcategories... the perfect card game is waiting.
AKA: All In One
It's a game of numbers and nerves as you deal, duel and deceive your way to the winner's circle! Players use cards, dice and chips to predict the value of a chosen card, one to 13. Then the betting and bluffing begins. The player closest to the actual...
4 fun alphabet games: Big Big Fish! for matching letters & spelling, Monkey's Uncle for card matching, Go-Go Gorilla for racing & chasing A to Z, & Mr. Mooses's Memory Match for matching pairs.
Playing Card Deck
Fifty-two portraits adorn these 55 cards of this stately deck. The four suits are periods of U.S. History-Colonial, Federal, Civil War and Frontier. These include a detailed biographical booklet and rules for various card games.
At Full Throttle
To the track, get set and go! The course leads from red to blue, from yellow to green. Who will take the lead and snatch the right car in the end? A breathtaking card game for 2-4 players. Includes variation for expert racers.
Battleground Fantasy Warfare: Dwarves of Runegard
The horsemen of Antonia, Runegard's fierce ally, are ready to fight by your side. With Longbeards, the legendary heroes of Runegard, also joining your forces, victory is at hand.
Battleground Fantasy Warfare: Umenzi Tribesmen
The Umenzi Tribesmen is the sixth faction for Battleground: Fantasy Warfare, the award-winning tabletop wargame in which cards, rather than expensive miniatures, represent your forces. The Umenzi Tribesmen draws inspiration from the great Zulu armies...
Bohnanza Fan Edition
English language edition
The difference in this version from the original German edition base game is that all the bean pictures are different and were supplied by fans of the game from around the world.