What's Your Favorite? is the creation of 2 dads based on a game they play with their kids at the pool. They would ask "What's Your Favorite Ice Cream Flavor (for example)?" and the kids would jump into the pool screaming their favorite ice cream flavor. The kids (ranging in age from 7 to 11 at the time) loved the game and still do. As a result the "What's Your Favorite" card game was born.
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Superset is all about finding beautiful collections of cards as fast as you can! It comprises 243 cards, and certain collections of cards are called Subsets. A Subset is a collection of three cards where for each attribute, the cards either have that attribute in common or all have different values for that attribute. Each card has five attributes: Background (white, gray,... [click here for more]
The Queen of Hearts (Boudicea) is the first expansion card for the forthcoming PULP OF TAROT deck. It is not an essential card, as the PULP OF TAROT is complete and functional on its own, with 79 cards, but serves as an additional oddity for collectors and Tarot-users who wish to go beyond the norms. The divination meaning of this particular design has been left in the air, for the collector to determine;... [click here for more]
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]
Anxiety is a beast. Try to survive and thrive while enduring breathing difficulties, sleeplessness, and intense worry and dread. Try to get through the entire deck without your Panic Level reaching 20 to win the game!
This is a solitaire card game that takes 15-30 minutes to play. 2-5 player cooperative rules are available.
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Poker Sized Deck of Systems Design Cards
Layout Systems Visually
Team Building Exercise
Design prior to Build-out
Spark Ideas for better Systems
This System design deck comes with a story.
My grandpa managed a team of programmers that worked with some of the first computers at ALMSA (Army Automated Logistics Management Systems Activity).
They designed systems for handling the movement... [click here for more]
How is a hot dog like a book? How is a sun like a painter? How is a road like a river?
HOW IS THIS A GAME?!
BLANK LIKE BLANK is a social card game where you draw random cards to answer bizarre questions to practice curiosity about the universe. Maybe your answer will be silliest thing you’ve ever said. Maybe it’ll be the wisest! Grab some friends and start talking!
created by Kyle Latino... [click here for more]
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“Trust is the one thing that changes everything.”... [click here for more]
Sewing Circle is an 18 card microgame and part of The Stocking Stuffer Collection.
Unspool your ribbon and keep it from getting tangled. If someone's ribbon gets tangled, they'll be out of the running!
Sewing Circle is a game for 2 or 3 players. Your goal is to be the player who avoids tangling their ribbon. 12 cards are placed onto the table in a circle, with the 6 remaining cards being... [click here for more]
When Yahtzee Met Cribbage
If you're like me, your d12s don't get much love. One night as we were waiting on late players to turn up for roleplaying night, I started messing around with my d12s, and came up with a fun little pocket game perfect for such occasions. You will need four d12s that are similar in appearance, and one that is different from them. ... [click here for more]