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Rage

German edition


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Ages Play Time Players
10+ 45 minutes 3-8

Manufacturer(s): Amigo

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Product Description

Rage takes the simple mechanics of a trick taking game and adds several twists to make it a fun, exciting card game. Each hand of the game has a decreasing amount of cards – until the tenth trick, which uses only one card! Players must determine prior to each round just how many tricks they will take, but must be careful, for special cards can appear that greatly affect gameplay. Combined with a randomly changing trump color, these cards can add points to a hand, make it worth negative points, change the trump color, or even cancel trump altogether! Up to ten players can enjoy the chaotic fun that is in this small, extremely popular card game.

Product Information

  • Manufacturer(s): Amigo

  • Artist(s): Oliver Freudenreich

  • Year: 2000

  • Players: 3 - 8

  • Time: 45 minutes

  • Ages: 10 and up

  • Weight: 214 grams

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Product Reviews

 
 
 
 
 

Average Rating: 4.4 in 77 reviews

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Exciting
February 24, 2015

Our family has played this Rage game, German version, for many years. We love to try our strategies and hardly ever get to finish using it . Someone always sticks us with extra tricks, or steal one from us. We are a big game playing family. Our 6 children are grown and have taught their children how to play. Enjoy this one, it is a lot of fun.

 
 
 
 
 
by Ticknor
It's all the Rage
February 01, 2011

My family has played this game until the deck is almost worn out, and at the price that's well worth it. Rage is a trick-taking, bidding game reminiscent of Spades or perhaps even the board game Canyon. The game is played in ten rounds with a decreasing number of cards dealt each round. The fewer the cards, the harder it is to determine if you will get the tricks you propose to take, and in this game you have to take the exact number you bid or the point deduction is deadly. Scoring can be a bit tricky at first but as long as one person is used to it, they can become the designated score keeper. This is a game we bring out for people who don't normally play board games, and it has never failed to work. Since it accommodates a large number of players, it is also a good one when you have more than four or five who want to play. I LOVE this game and am ready for a fresh deck to replace the old ones!

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by Ticknor
Best family fun & bang for your buck game
April 22, 2010

Not to be confused with its predecessor "Wild Rage", the card game "Rage" truly brings out the best in fast paced card games. I've never had so much fun with co- workers that I had never really got along with.

As a matter of fact I just found an old mom and pop corner store in my West Virginia town that still sells this American party staple. Though "Rage" is largely responsible for the separation of my parents I can't deny the benefits that have come from the exciting gameplay.(!) Yes, I have forgotten to pick up my son from his little league games because i was too enthralled with "Rage" but in the long run I think he too will appreciate America's true past time. As an air-traffic controller, co-workers have suggested that I refrain from playing until my breaks but sometimes the urge is just too strong to resist. "Rage" is the best family fun, bang for your buck, lose your appendix/virginity in Mexico game I've ever played.

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