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The card game with ever-changing rules!
Fluxx Version 4.0 has many cool features:
- Colorized artwork, based on the originals, with a few redrawn (most changed is the Moon)
- 100 cards instead of 84
- New cards include some which debuted as promo cards (like the Party and the Radioactive Potato), the return of old favorites (like the Eye and Taxes), and an all new-Keeper (the Cosmos)
- War, Death, and Taxes have been re-classified as Creepers
- Newly-styled two-piece box, with cosmic purple cover art
- New rulesheet, featuring great new Frequently Asked Questions section
- Another totally new type of card, the Meta Rule, making its debut in the form of a well-tested tournament rule called Rules Escalation
- 100 cards
Version 3.1 Funagain Games does not stock this edition of this title, usually because it's out of print.
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Average Rating: 3.5 in 65 reviews
So i was first introduced to this game in an alternative school, i was obsessed with it. I forgot the name of it and i have searched for like way to long to figure out the name. Well finally i found it and let me tell you, you will loveee this gamee.
So, I have played this game with a 6-yr-old and a 36-yr-old and both were able to understand and enjoy. it's simple enough that a child can get it, but complex enough to keep anyone entertained. Fluxx is definitely in the top two of my favorite games!
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Fluxx is a self-referential game. To start, everyone gets three cards, draws, and plays a card on their turn. That basic rule changes if someone plays a New Rule card. What's the object? You won't know until someone plays a Goal card. Goals and Rules apply to everyone, and supersede those previously played if there is a conflict. There are also Keeper cards, which are refereed to by the Goal cards and played in front of you. To play an Action card, follow its instruction and then discard it. Is this game a paradox? No, but it's certainly unorthodox.