This is one of the earliest card games on record preserved in its entirety with all 48 cards intact. Its name means "Court-office Game". This handmade deck was commissioned by Ladislaus the Posthumous, king of Hungary and Bohemia and Duke of Austria from 1453 to 1457. Each suit sign carries the coats of arms of four kingdoms: France (fleur-de-lis), Germany (eagle), Bohemia... [click here for more]
Revisiting classic playing cards. A pretentious idea? No, simply a funny idea I had in mind for many years.
What's new with K6T?
There are 6 suits. All have a different color. Clubs are green and Diamonds are orange
The new suits are blue Moons and purple Stars. The Moons are footed as the Clubs and the Spades. The Stars have a sharp bottom as the Diamonds and the Hearts.
Then, a K6T deck... [click here for more]
ONE WORLD is a card game playable from 2 to many players. The large number of cards allows “many” to really mean many: 6, 8 or even more. Solitary game is also possible.
ONE WORLD is played with a MASSIVE set of 199 country cards and 20 mission cards.The cards represent ALL countries of the world, with their flag, their capital, their name in their official... [click here for more]
80 cards forming 5 suits of 16 cards each. The emblems represent the most famous international rugby squads in "Ovalia": The Wallabies / England Roses / Les Bleus / The All Blacks / The Springboks. Every suit has 15 numbered cards from 1 to 15 representing the players of a rugby team, and a supplementary one representing a "red card."
Inspired by rugby, players match cards which... [click here for more]
80 additional cards forming 5 more suits of 16 cards each. The emblems represent: The Pumas / Irish Shamrocks / The Red Dragons / Scottish Thistles / Gli Azzuri. They nicely complement the 5 suits of the (regular) OVALIA deck. Every suit has 15 numbered cards from 1 to 15 representing the players of a rugby team, and a supplementary one representing a "red card."
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