Feb 20, 2019
Cardinal/Spinmaster and Looney Labs are pleased to announce a new partnership to create licensed card games for all channels.
The companies are currently working on two games—Marvel Fluxx and Jumanji Fluxx.
Both companies will publish versions of the games, each in the same slightly-larger-than-typical sized box. The Cardinal version will release with a $15 MSRP for mass market, whereas the Looney Labs version will contain seven bonus cards, and will sell for $20 in specialty and hobby. In addition, both versions will display a premium poker chip style collectible turn token in a clear window on the front of the package! This is the start of a creative partnership between the two companies, which will see more jointly released games in the future.
“We are so excited about these titles! Andy has created some really innovative new cards for these versions that will keep Fluxx fans coming back for more, and partnering with Cardinal means that we will be able to introduce Fluxx, the card game of ever-changing rules, to a much broader audience than ever before,” said Kristin Looney, CEO of Looney Labs. “Our goal is for a win-win-win. Cardinal adds Fluxx to its line of classic card games, Looney Labs reaches a larger audience, and specialty retailers not only get to sell a special version, but they will hopefully experience a sea change in the level of demand for Fluxx products.”
The Looney Labs versions will release in July of this year and the Cardinal versions will release in August. Look for them in stores everywhere!
February 18th, 2017
Looney Labs has announced the release of Math Fluxx on March 9th, 2017.
The Numerical Card Game with Ever-Changing Rules!
Math Fluxx really is all about the numbers. Players use positive integers (whole numbers) in their quest to achieve a very mathematical Goal. But it’s not just putting 4 and 2 together to achieve the 42 Goal (for example); Math Fluxx also features the Plan B Meta Rule. Plan B puts Special Victory Rules into play which give you a second way to win and require even more arithmetical acumen (ex. Plus Victory lets you win if your Keepers add up to the current Goal). With Math Fluxx, the fun is exponential!
September 11th, 2015
Looney Labs in partnership with Gale Force 9 have announced the newest, out of this world version of Fluxx .. Meet Firefly Fluxx! Shiney!
Join Mal, Wash, Zoe, Inara, Kaylee, Jayne, Simon, River, Book and more as Fluxx enters the ‘Verse at full speed. With the rules constantly changing, Firefly Fluxx is just as unpredictable as misbehaving in space!
A game of strategy, skill, and the
luck of the draw,Firefly Fluxx echoes the aesthetics of the futuristic western.
Featuring sumptuous art by Adam Levermore, Firefly Fluxx is perfect for fans and collectors of both Firefly and Fluxx!
Firefly Fluxx will be in stores in early 2016, selling at an MSRP of $20
September 4th, 2015
Looney Labs has announced the upcoming release of Nature Fluxx; The nature game with rules that change like the weather!
In the wild, you have to adapt to survive. Grown from the seeds of EcoFluxx, Nature Fluxx is ready to take root in the game libraries of gamers all over the world. Full of rules that are constantly changing, Nature Fluxx has players constantly adapting and evolving – just like in nature!
Nature Fluxx is the next evolution of EcoFluxx. It maintains the same cards and gameplay, but updates the card frame art and packaging. Full of plants and elements and things that-eat-other-things, Nature Fluxx will remind and teach everyone about the wonders of nature (all while playing an all-natural game of Fluxx)!
Releases November 6th, 2015 with an MSRP of $16.00
August 12th, 2015
It’s game night in Gotham, and everyone’s favorite Caped Crusader is on the job. Crime is running amok and no-one can win with Villains on the table — so put on your utility belts and leap into the fray to help Batman and his friends clean things up! Draw one and Play one is just the beginning… From camp to chaos, Batman™ Fluxx by Cryptozoic Entertainment has something for every bat-fan!
It all begins with one basic rule: Draw one card, Play one card. You start with a hand of three cards… add the card you drew to your hand, and then choose one card to play, following the directions written on your chosen card. As cards are drawn and played from the deck, the rules of the game change from how many cards are drawn, played or even how many cards you can hold at the end of your turn.
June 28th, 2015
Looney Labs has announced they will be releasing 2 new variations of their popular card game FLUXX this Summer; Batman Fluxx and Adventure Time Fluxx
Fluxx is the game with the simple rules where you don’t know how you win at the start. The rules are always changing every time someone plays a card. Whether it’s changing how many cards you draw or play, to how many you can have in your hand, to figuring out actually how to stop the crazy merry-go-round that you’re on.
You can play these two new versions and pick up some promos for them at some of the biggest conventions of the year.
Looney Labs will be headed to San Diego Comic Con and Gen Con over the next couple months and they’d love to see you at their booth. They’ll be letting you try out both Adventure Time Fluxx and Batman Fluxx and will have various promo cards for them.
May 24th, 2015
Looney Labs is on a rol. Earlier this month, the company announced Fluxx Dice, an expansion for the hilariously confusing card game. Now, it turns out Adventure Time is getting its own title in the Fluxx universe.
Join Jake The Dog and Finn The Human for some ever-changing fun with Adventure Time Fluxx! Draw a card, play a card, and change the rules! Get mathematical against Candy Zombies visit the City of Thieves to steal from your friends and maybe, if things work out just right, you might even get to Floop the Pig!
Adventure Time Fluxx is expected to ship this July for $20.
May 17th, 2015
Fluxx is the chaotic game that you don’t know how to win when you start playing (because nobody’s played that card yet). Every turn the rules can (and do) change. That’s the fun of it.
With the announcement of new Fluxx Dice, that chaos is expanded, as every turn will be different from the last, due to the roll of the dice.
So how does this new set work? Well, instead of the standard “draw one, play one” basic rules of Fluxx, players will instead roll the draw and play dice. This is definitely going to change how Fluxx plays. The set comes with two dice and five cards. It’s compatible with all 12 (currently, they’re coming out with more all the time) Fluxx sets already available. You can get your copy of Fluxx Dice on August 28th. Be sure to save your nickels so you’ll have $12 to buy it!
“I always say that Fluxx is a different game each time you play, but with Fluxx Dice it’s a different game every turn,” said designer Andy Looney.