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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.
Average Rating: 4.4 in 68 reviews
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.
This game is also our family's favorite! We have been playing it long before I was born and wore out all of our decks! Now, every time someone is in Germany they bring back new decks for the whole family.
I recently discovered the Fundex Games version and am planning on playing it for the first time today! This is definitely the best card game I have ever played (and I am an avid card player). I have never taught RAGE to anyone that didn't love it! Happy card playing!
Rage is one of my families all time favorite games. I know it came out as early as 1983, but I think we have only been playing it since 1990 or there about.
Those that think the game is too chaotic it is simple to fix just take out the special cards. This simplifies the game and allows for strategies to play out in a more even manner. If there is to be any drinking involved and we are hoping for a fun time we will often leave the special cards in. If we are looking to reestablish old inter family rivalries then we take the extra cards out so that we can maximize our strategy.
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