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TAG! You’re IT: The Card Game

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It is raining! And the kids want to play tag... But that Ming vase seems a bit precariously placed for such indoor rowdiness. The solution is "TAG! You're IT", the card of… well, tag.


Players secretly pass cards t other players, attempting to sluff off the IT card. The IT card can be avoided, by use of the Dodge card. Quick to learn and fun to play.

One card is marked IT, some cards are marked Dodge, and most cards are Blanks. Additionally there are No Tag Back cards and Time Out cards.


A player passes two cards face-down to another player, who places them in his hand. The receiving player passes back two cards face-down. Then that player must discard one of those cards.

If the player is not IT, he will typically pass two Blank cards.

If the player is IT he will pass; the IT card with a No Tag Back card OR the IT card with a Blank card.

The intended victim can respond by returning the IT card with a Dodge card. If that player has no Dodge cards, or choses to become IT, he keeps the IT card and passes two other cards.

If a player is Tagged IT with the No Tag Back card, he can not attempt to pass the Tag card to the player from which it was received.

Time Out cards allow a player to skip another player's turn or his own turn.

As each player discards one card per turn, they game is over when a player runs out of cards.

The IT card can never be discarded.

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