Card Games

Some articles on card, card games, cards, card game, game, games:

Card Sleeve - History
... In 1995, the Ultra Pro company released the first card sleeves designed specifically for collectible card games, which they called deck protectors ... Deck protectors were a tougher and more uniform version of traditional card sleeves, made of polypropylene, and specifically designed to snugly fit traditional cards ... black backs, which would obscure the actual back of the card, allowing worn cards to be used without "marking" the deck ...
Card Sport - Rules
... A new card game starts in a small way, either as someone's invention, or as a modification of an existing game ... on become the "house rules" under which they play the game ... When a game becomes sufficiently popular, so that people often play it with strangers, there is a need for a generally accepted set of rules ...
Card Sport - Types - Fictional Card Games
... See also List of fictional games#Card games Many games, including card games, are fabricated by science fiction authors and screenwriters to distance a culture depicted in the story ... or rec room, but sometimes the drama revolves around the play of the game ... Some of these games, such as Pyramid from Battlestar Galactica, become real card games as the holder of the intellectual property develops and markets a ...
List Of Super Famicom And Super Nintendo Traditional Games - Card Games
... Further information Card game Main Title Alternate Titles Regions Ref Hanafuda JP Hanafuda Ou JP Super Hanafuda JP Super Hanafuda 2 JP Super Solitaire Trump ...
List Of Game Manufacturers - W
... Waddingtons - Board and card games Walrus Carpenter Warfrog Games - (Part of Cafe Games) Board games Wargame Accessories - Miniatures accessories Wargames Factory - Hard Plastic Miniatures Wargames Foundry ...

Famous quotes containing the words games and/or card:

    Whatever games are played with us, we must play no games with ourselves, but deal in our privacy with the last honesty and truth.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    There is undoubtedly something religious about it: everyone believes that they are special, that they are chosen, that they have a special relation with fate. Here is the test: you turn over card after card to see in which way that is true. If you can defy the odds, you may be saved. And when you are cleaned out, the last penny gone, you are enlightened at last, free perhaps, exhilarated like an ascetic by the falling away of the material world.
    Andrei Codrescu (b. 1947)