The lightweight roleplaying game that's fun for players - and storytellers.
Whether you're new to the genre or a D&D veteran, whether you're playing alone, with a group of friends, your spouse or with your kids - anyone can learn to play in less than 5 minutes!
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Finally, playing cards designed for euro gamers. This is basically a 54-card deck (including 2 jokers) without the standard 'medieval' theme which can be a distraction when playing non-traditional card games. The design also incorporates a 'stealth dice' feature if you want to use the deck as a D6.
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Winner: double-sided card. Can be used with Card Story: Journey or any other game to award the winner!
Rules: The game winner is awarded with this card. If someone else wins the next game, the card has to be handed over.
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This PDF is for a print-and-build BOX for any deck of cards you already own. It consists of three pieces, a box LINER, BOTTOM, and TOP. Although it was designed with the DriveThru Mini size cards in mind, it can accommodate other cards or even tokens.
Another thing to note is that it is possible to combine TWO boxes bottom-to-bottom so that a game with tokens, such as Hop,... [click here for more]
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Pirámide española (Spanish Pyramid) is a solitaire (patience, rèussite) card game challenges you to clear out a randomly created spread of cards by pairing them.
To play this game you will need a Spanish 48 card deck and a playing surface. Some skill in adding numbers is necessary but only up to 13. Instructions are also given for how to reduce a French/American deck of 52 cards down to the... [click here for more]