Card and Board Games

  • Fun Seminary Games
    Scripture mastery is an important element of the educational programs in seminaries Students learn the characters and the stories of the scriptures and understand their ...
  • How to Identify First Press Beatles Albums
    The edition of the album can make the difference between a record worth a couple of bucks and one worth several hundred dollars If you're a serious record collector, nothing ...
  • How to Play Rummy
    The card game of Rummy is similar to Gin Rummy, but there are some notable differences There are fewer rules in this game, which makes it easier for kids to play, and there ...
  • How to Play Two Person Solitaire
    Although two person solitaire might sound like an oxymoron, it’s actually quite fun It gives two players the opportunity to work together to win the game. The basic ...
  • Card Games to Play by Yourself
    Card games are one of the oldest forms of entertainment A simple game of cards among friends can provide hours of entertainment, but cards aren't only for groups. There are ...
  • How to Play the Card Game Canasta
    Playing the card game Canasta can be a lot of fun once the basics are learned Getting together with good friends and enjoying a game of cards is a nice inexpensive way to ...
  • Instructions for Electronic Battleship Advanced Mission
    Fans of the original "Battleship" will notice some changes in the flexibility and features of "Electronic Battleship Advanced Mission" The computer not only directs play but ...
  • How to Play Ludo
    Ludo is a simplified version of a traditional Indian board game, Pachisi The board game Parcheesi is a variation of Ludo, and many other games are based on its principles. ...
  • How Much Are Budweiser Steins Worth?
    There are close to 1,000 Budweiser Steins that have been produced over the years by Anheuser-Busch Co, the brewer of Budweiser. The majority of them are made out of ceramic, ...
  • Fun Card Games for Two People
    Card games are a great way to have intimate conversations while engaging in competitve play This makes them ideal for friends and families. They are even a great way for the ...
  • How to Split Up Dollars for Bunco
    Bunco is a popular dice game played by groups of adults across the United States Many groups meet monthly to play and socialize; each player pays a small amount to play. ...
  • Rules of the Farkle Dice Game
    Slow and steady does not always win the race in the Farkle dice game when you've got lucky friends Your aim is to build as many points as you can from your dice rolls, making ...
  • How to Setup Original Solitaire
    Solitaire is a relatively simple card game that has existed for hundreds of years The game requires intense concentration at some times and at others seems deceptively easy. ...
  • How to Play the Card Game Pitty Pat
    Pitty Pat is a very simple matching game where suits are irrelevant and play is solely based on the rank of the cards Most any player, from young to old, will easily pick up ...
  • How to Play Go Fish
    Played with a regular deck of cards and two to six players, the aim of Go Fish is to collect the most books, or sets of four cards of the same rank Its sneaky rules allow you ...
  • Mexican Train Rules for Dominoes
    Mexican Train is a dominoes game for 2 to 8 players While you could play it with nothing more than a large pack of dominoes, it's more fun if you include pieces that simulate ...
  • Cards Rules for Intrigue Clue
    “Clue: Discover the Secrets” is an update to the classic board game Clue with new rules and the addition of Intrigue and Personality cards There are still the ...
  • Phase 10 Card Game Rules
    Phase 10, a card game created in 1982 and produced by Fundex Games, is a variation of the card game Rummy You must play “phases” to lay your cards down and play ...
  • How to Find the Value of Pokemon Cards
    The enduring popularity of the Pokemon Trading Card Game has led to some rare cards fetching high prices on the secondary market In 2013, a very rare Japanese card went on ...
  • How to Play Hollywood Rummy
    Hollywood Rummy--otherwise known as Hollywood Gin Rummy--is a pretty straightforward twist on Gin Rummy Unlike in standard Gin Rummy, the scoring in Hollywood allows you to ...
  • The Value of Marvel Comic Trading Cards
    Sports cards often overshadow non-sports cards in the hobby of collecting trading cards However, the value and desirability of individual cards, sets and subsets of products ...
  • Significance of the One-Dollar Bill Series of 1963
    One-dollar bills in the 1963 series are noteworthy for a couple of reasons One of them is related to the history of U.S. currency, while the other is of interest primarily to ...
  • How to Improve Your Carrom Technique
    Carrom may have a simple premise--sink all of your pieces before your opponent sinks his--but even champion carrom players will admit that mastering the game involves an ...
  • Instructions for the Quarter & Dice Game
    At some point, you may have seen or heard of a rollicking party game that uses dice and quarters This game is Hobin's Dice, and the rush of passing money and the chaotic pace ...
  • How to Play Two Handed Hearts
    Hearts is one of the oldest classic card games, having originated in Spain, circa 1750 It evolved from a game called "Reversis." The most familiar version of Hearts is played ...
  • Five Player Pinochle Rules
    A "trick-taking" card game designed for play with up to five players (in two teams) and an 80-card deck, Pinochle lets players score points by "trick-taking," or stacking ...
  • Games to Play on a Chalkboard
    A chalkboard may bring to mind lectures and long days in a classroom, but it can also be used for fun Many games that can be played with paper and pencil can also be played ...
  • Euker Card Games Rules
    The game Euchre evolved from the card game Triomphe It is related to the French game Ecarte and the English game Napoleon. Euchre was popular in early America. Four-player ...
  • Hi-Lo Card Game Rules
    Hi-Lo, or High-Low, is a fairly simple card game It uses a standard deck of 52 cards, and it has players guess whether a certain card is higher or lower than one showing on ...
  • How to Play the "Who Am I?" Party Game
    Who Am I is a simple game that makes a good icebreaker at parties, especially when played by a larger group It gets people to mingle and talk to each other. Very few supplies ...