Tag Archives: bluffing
Oct 8, 2017
Following the success of their first card game, Fairy Rade™, as a Print On Demand (POD) title offered via DriveThruCards.com, Green Fairy Studios LLC has released their second card game as a POD title as well.
Lygari! is a bluffing card game for 3-6 players, where each player takes the role of one of the Einherjar, the spirits of Viking warriors, in Valhalla, boasting about their quests in their former lives. Players make claims to defeating various types of creatures from Norse myth, but may lie about which cards they have played. Other players must judge when to call each other a “Lygari,” a liar.
Lygari!™ is the second in a series of games to be published by Green Fairy Studios that explores various ancient myths, including Norse, Celtic, Greek, and others.
September 26th, 2016
You Gotta Be Kitten Me! from Stoneblade Entertainment is a fast and fun party game featuring adorable animals with accessories!
Try and guess what cards are in play as you either raise the bid or challenge another player. Be careful, if you’re wrong, you lose a card! The last player with cards remaining wins.
To win you are looking to be the last player with cards in your hand. You do this by drawing a hand, then declaring how many of a certain item there are, or how many of a certain color there are. When someone no longer thinks there is that number of those items in people’s hands, everyone reveals. If the person that issued the challenge is right, the last player to declare loses a card. If they are wrong, the accuser loses one. New hands are dealt and a new round begins.
Bluff your way to victory in this cute, but cutthroat game!
June 12th, 2015
Walk a mile in the shoes of a spy! Or was it a kilometer in clogs?
SPYFALL is an easy-to-learn card game of bluffing, probing questions, clever answers, and suspicion, now available from Cryptozoic. At the start of each round, players receive a secret card informing them of the group’s location – a casino, space station, pirate ship, circus, (30 unique locations!) – except that one player receives the SPY card instead of the location. The Spy doesn’t know where they are, but wins the round if they can figure it out before they blow their cover!