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Store:  Family Games, Card Games
Theme:  Fantasy, Humorous
Genre:  Real-time
Format:  Card Games

Falling: The Goblin Edition

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Ages Play Time Players
10+ 2 minutes 4-8

Designer(s): James Ernest

Publisher(s): Paizo

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Product Description

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Falling, Titanic Games proudly brings you a re-envisioning of James Ernest's highly-popular card game. You're all goblins and you're plummeting toward the ground. Be the last one to hit and you win!

Falling: The Goblin Edition is a fast-paced, real-time card game for 4-to-8 players, suitable for any audience.

Product Information

  • Designer(s): James Ernest

  • Publisher(s): Paizo

  • Year: 2008

  • Players: 4 - 8

  • Time: 2 minutes

  • Ages: 10 and up

  • Weight: 119 grams


  • 1 55-card deck
  • 1 rulebook
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Product Reviews


Average Rating: 3.4 in 14 reviews

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I've rarely had so much fun with a card game
February 07, 2004

The game took us a bit of time to understand at first, but it's a great deal of fun. The first few times you play it are spent focusing on yourself and mainly figuring out how to play properly, but after you start to get the hang of it, you can take in the status of the other players better, and work to make them lose faster (making you more likely to win). It's important to have a good dealer, and at LEAST 4 players. The deck only comese with 5 'ground' cards, but says 2-8 players. In reality you can play with 6 players becauuse the last ground card doesn't matter.

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My new obsession
July 30, 2002

...and my friends' greatest fear. I love this game, they hate it. I have a deep love for wacky games that are unusual in more than just their theme. However, the chaos was a bit much for some of my friends who would rather play Lord of the Fries or Magic or something else that lets you sit and stare at your cards before making a decision. There really is strategy in this game, you just have to be able to absorb the chaos to find it. Not a game for everyone.

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Waste of Resources
April 30, 2002

I hate to disagree with those who fancy this little card game, but I found no point to it at all. Either you play it as a random passing out of cards to see who 'wins,' or each player simply holds one card til the last round and sees who can play it first. Either way, for me anyway, this game is a pointless waste of time.

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