We love the primitive pixel art on these playing cards, created in homage to 1980s video game systems and computers. The face cards are particularly awesome, but this is a case where even the numbered cards keep with the theme. Available in blue or red packs.
A card game where you think of futuristic inventions. The cards contain contexts that narrow down the scope of your invention. It’s like coming up with a crowdfunding scam, except without the part where you steal people’s money.
A card-based party game that puts different twists on the name game. Each card has a noun along with its definition. Players take turns guessing each other’s card, but the rules for giving clues change each round.
A card game for movie buffs. Players take turns connecting cards by associating actors, directors, genres and other movie terms with each other. In other words, the Kevin Bacon card is king. Skip to 1:50 in the video for a demo.
Who says Cribbage is meant for little old ladies sipping from tea cups on lace doilies? This update to the 17th Century game brings out the undead in place of the standard cribbage pins, and the face cards want to eat your brains.
Handmade greeting cards inspired by the travel pictures taken by the founder of Red Camper’s grandparents. Each card has an image of basement wood paneling and a short message inside. Blank cards also available.
Why buy a bunch of greeting cards for birthdays, anniversaries, graduations and other holidays, when you could buy just one? These handy cards let you express your wishes, no matter the occasion.
A hilarious greeting card from Sycamore Street Press. It can be a silly but sincere show of love between bros, or used sarcastically. Be sure to get one for yourself as well for buying a great card.
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