There’s already a thread about tabletop games, but I think we should talk about card games! I love a good card game, and having something that lets you use a standard 52 card deck (or a version with jokers) is especially nice because of all the options with fewer materials. However, card games like Pinochle and Uno exist, with their own special sets of cards.
What’s your favorite card game? Does it require a lot of skill or is it based more on luck? How does it work?
Lol, me and some of my friends kinda created our own little variation on Cheat/B.S. It’s basically a game where you have to decide if people are lying or not. Everyone starts of with 3 cards, then some random person starts saying:
Then the next person thinks if they believe that’s in the full game, if they do the say
Two eights and a two
And then the next person decides, this continues until someone doesn’t believe it’s in the game anymore and they say B.S. Then everyone shows the cards they got from the called numbers, if the person who said B.S got it right they will gain a card, if they got it wrong they will lose one.
Also, I used to be a huge fan of playing
I used to play that with my family so much. It’s like a very tactical game
I don’t play many card games with just a standard deck of playing cards. (Pretty much just solitaire when I find a deck of cards and I have nothing to do)
Some of the card games I do really like with their own decks are Unstable Unicorns, Deer In The Headlights (technically you could use just a regular pack of playing cards, but the game has it’s own set of dice), Uno, Cards Against Humanity, and a card game called Bang!.
As long as you don’t say the specifics, mentioning the game is fine for sure.
Then, there was my high school, where a group of us played Cards Against Humanity many times during the final couple weeks of 9th and 10th grade. I was 14 the first time I played it. (And every single time I’ve been the youngest person playing)