Looking for recommendations for free to low cost print-to-play card and board games. [more inside]
When I was a kid my friend and I used to play a game he called "Chinese poker." It was for two players. We sat across from one another and each put four cards face down in a square pattern. [more inside]
Can I make a card game database website, that reproduces card text and/or images, without running into legal trouble from the creators? [more inside]
What card game did my grandfather play on the voyage from Sicily to Ellis Island? Google is not giving me the detail I need. [more inside]
I used to play a set of solitaire games called Thieves And Kings, which for some reason is no longer available to download. I particularly enjoyed a game called Fortitude. Does this game exist under other names? I'd love to find a tablet version. [more inside]
We've (my wife, her niece and I) recently started getting really into Munchkin. We have a lot of fun, but it's exhausting because a single game tends to run about 2-2.5 hours. How can we get to a point where we can get in a second game when we play? [more inside]
What are the best games (both classic and new) for two people? Specifically, fun, not super challenging, about 30 minutes to 2 hours per session. Primarily seeking board games and card games, but video games for mobile or console are welcome too. [more inside]
What activities/questions/elements would YOU include in a [card and/or board] game meant to serve as part of the "maintenance work" of a romantic relationship? [more inside]
Ok. So based on answers to more than a few AskMes about good games to play for two people, a friend and I got interested in cribbage. Trouble is, neither of us knows how to play, and we don't know anyone who does know, so it's down to deciphering rules/wiki/YouTube. Not easy - I get the gist, but some specific play questions remain. [more inside]
When I lived in Japan I spent new years with a family and we played a card game using Karuta cards. It wasn't a variation of Karuta... it had something to do with the portraits of the people on the cards? Like, whether they were princesses, ladies or lords. Sort of like Old Maid maybe? Does anyone know what this was?
Identify-this-board/card-game-filter: you play 'answer' cards and the most appropriate one wins. [more inside]
Please help me get card games for an Android tablet [more inside]
What fonts to use for a Fallout, art deco, post-apocalyptic style Boardgame? [more inside]
My SO and I really enjoy playing a two-player card game called Jambo. If you are familiar with this game, what other two-player game would you recommend that a Jambo player would enjoy? [more inside]
I am working on a card game, and eventually want to put it up on kickstarter. I have a few questions regarding this... [more inside]
The girlfriend and I are going to Hawaii in a few weeks and have a 10 hour flight. I'm looking for a fun, nerdy card game to bring with us to kill some of that time, something that would be fun for two people. We both like the Fluxx variants, but they tend to spread out which seems inconvenient for the plane. Also probably things that require shouting or slapping (a la Spoons) would be bad. Bonus points if it's readily available at The Compleat Strategist in NYC.
I'm designing a card game and I have most of my own art for prototyping, but eventually want *real* art. I have no place where to look for such a thing or how much it would cost. Does anyone have any ideas on what sort of going rate such a thing would cost? Do you pay by the hour? Any tips are greatly appreciated.
What is the card game where everyone puts a card on their forehead? [more inside]
I have invented a card game and would like to protect it before I start large-scale game testing. I can't find useful information about the laws surrounding protecting this kind of intellectual property. First, what kind of protections should I be seeking for a card game? Second, any recommendations on reputable, ethical lawyers in Seattle who can help me protect my game?
Looking for the rules to a card game called half penny up the ring. Used to play it as a child in the UK. It involved a standard deck of cards, and each round you moved your coin up a series of concentric rings it get a winner. That's all I remember!
Cribbage in New York City? Where? [more inside]
CardGamesFilter: International or unusual card games I can play with 2 other people? [more inside]
Ran across the card game Ekklesia: The Congregating and was wondering if a similar game had ever been professionally produced. [more inside]
Anyone know of a good online game of casino? [more inside]
Help me rediscover the rules to a Russian card game I learned when I was a kid. [more inside]
I have a Motorola E365. One of the Java games it comes with is a card game called Big 2 Garden. The idea appears to be to get rid of your cards by playing them according to some rules. What the hell are the rules to this game? There's a review of the phone which includes a screenshot of this game here.