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Card Games

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Game Night in a Can

Game Night in a Can

Looking for something a little different to break the ice at your next party? This can comes packed with 30 family-friendly games you can play with your friends, most of which are incredibly silly or weird. The can’s lid doubles as a spinner, which is used in some of the games.

Pantone The Game

Pantone The Game

This colorful card game is the perfect gift for graphic designers and other visual artists. The game challenges players to use creativity to assemble abstract images of characters using 15 official Pantone colors. Opponents earn points guessing the images with as few clues as possible.

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Canine Kleptomaniacs

Canine Kleptomaniacs

This family-friendly card game puts you in the paws of a pooch who likes to wander off with various household objects. Players must collect sets of items like stinky underwear, socks, shoes, and hide them away while you attempt to keep other dogs from stealing your improvised toy collection. Gameplay video here.

Spank the Yeti

Spank the Yeti

(PG-13: Language) Spank the Yeti is a party card game inspired by the parlor game F**k, Marry, Kill. Each turn, one player secretly pairs three actions with three objects. The others try to guess what disgusting combinations the player made. It also has an expansion pack.

We Rate Dogs: The Card Game

We Rate Dogs: The Card Game

Inspired by the popular Twitter feed We Rate Dogs, this amusing family friendly card game asks players to compete in a dog show, where adorable pups are rated by Floof, Sass, Boopability, Zoom, Ears, and Wag. For 3 to 6 players, age 8 and up.

Throw Throw Burrito

Throw Throw Burrito

From Matthew Inman and Elan Lee, creators of the wildly popular Exploding Kittens comes a new game, in which you must collect matching cards faster than your opponents while ducking, dodging, and tossing squishy burritos. It’s like poker and dodgeball had a baby.

Rewordable

Rewordable

This fun and challenging card game asks players to make words by combining fragments, earning points for each letter used. Players can add to and steal words from others, and bonus points by completing challenges. For 2 to 8 players, ages 8 and up.

Kards

Kards

Kards is an upcoming free-to-play digital collectible card game being developed by former employees of CCP, the creator of Eve Online. It’s set in World War II and will feature iconic weapons and units from the War. The game will be released on Windows and mobile devices.

Deadpool vs. The World

Deadpool vs. The World

Fans of the Merc with a Mouth will get their own chance to be inappropriate with this decidedly adult card game. The objective is to match up pictures of Deadpool in compromising positions with fill-in-the-blank caption cards for the biggest laugh.

Unruly Bastards

Unruly Bastards

(PG-13: Language) Unruly Bastards is a simple but fun card game where you have to act out an outrageous and thoroughly rude situation as a character. Each round, a judge draws an action and a character for everyone else to act out. First to five wins wins the game.

The Binding of Isaac: Four Souls

The Binding of Isaac: Four Souls

The Binding of Isaac: Four Souls is a spinoff of the eponymous video game, and also created by Edmund McMillen. The card game is played with up to four people and features characters, monsters and items from the video game. Whoever gets four souls from the bosses wins.

Side Effects

Side Effects

A fun and dynamic new card game in which players start out with a dysfunctional psyche, and deal out medications and therapies to treat them, but side effects can cause other problems, and other players can throw a monkey wrench into the works by making others sicker.

Bears vs Babies

Bears vs Babies

A fun card game from Matthew Inman, creator of The Oatmeal and Exploding Kittens. The objective is simple – 2 to 5 players collect cards to create the craziest monster possible in order to defeat an annoying army of babies. Comes packaged in a spiffy faux bearskin box.

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Drink-o-tron

Drink-o-tron

Like to play drinking games with your buddies? Drink-o-tron offers a huge variety of games you can play, offering up a 54 card deck packed with fun ways to quickly increase your level of inebriation. Also available in iOS and Android app versions.

Animation Throwdown: The Quest for Cards

Animation Throwdown: The Quest for Cards

Fans of FOX animation series Family Guy, Bob’s Burgers, American Dad, Futurama, and King of the Hill will want to run out and download this mobile game which pits all our favorite cartoon characters against each other in card battles. Available now for iOS and Android.

The Oregon Trail Card Game

The Oregon Trail Card Game

Inspired by the classic 1980’s computer game, you can now die of dysentery without ever having to turn on your monitor or touch a keyboard. The objective of the 2 to 4 player card game is to get one member of your wagon party safely from Missouri to Oregon.

Forced Showdown

Forced Showdown

Forced Showdown is a Windows action RPG with card collecting and roguelike elements. Compete in a gladiatorial reality show by playing through randomized dungeons. Each character has different skills, which you can further customize with cards.

Utter Nonsense!

Utter Nonsense!

A hilarious adult card game in which players draw a mix of silly phrases and an accent to speak them in. While the winner selection is completely subjective, the gameplay promises to get more and more entertaining the drunker you are.

Beardos.

Beardos.

A fun card game in which you must identify celebrities and famous figures using only a silhouette of their facial hair as your guide. Each clue will cost you points, so use them wisely. For some reason, they all look like Riker to us.

Exploding Kittens

Exploding Kittens

A strategy card game from Matthew Inman (The Oatmeal), Elan Lee (Xbox) and Shane Small (Xbox and Marvel), in which you draw cards until you find a kitten, which results in immediate and cuddly death – unless you possess the right cards.

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