Fluxx Martian Fluxx
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- 2 to 5 player game
- 5 to 30 minute game
- Science fiction theme
- Ever changing card game
- Abduct cows
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Top Customer Reviews
The conceit for this deck is that the players are Martians invading Earth. Goals are themed accordingly, drawing on Hollywood, Ed Wood and popular knowledge. I find them hysterically funny.
There are Action cards that are pretty much the same in all Fluxx variants. The keepers (cards that enable you to achieve goals) are stuff like cows and ray guns and Martian teleporter booths - again side splitting in context and can be combined to form a number of clever visual puns in the goal cards. The creepers (cards you must play and that usually prevent you from winning but not always in this variant) are mostly Pathetic Humans, but there are also the dreaded Germs and Army cards. Again, in context, they make for an amusing and nifty mechanism as well as offering a neat win possibility.
Special for this deck is the Martian Tech, a subset of the Keepers that allow all sorts of nifty things to be done by the owning player.
Fluxx is a short-term tactical game in which the win is almost always a lucky spur-of-the-moment thing, and the play value can be diminished because of that, but for a quick game with no real limits on numbers of players (I've had as many as 9 at the table in one game) it can't be beat.
Martian Fluxx is in my opinion the best of breed.
The only thing I'd like to see changed is to have a small icon in the corner of each card denoting which deck the card belongs to. Shuffling together multiple decks can make it much easier to play with a bigger crowd, but sorting it all back out again afterwards can be bothersome.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I guess I'm a Fluxx Traditionalist. I have several variants/expansions and I just can't get behind the creepers. I'm getting ahead of myself though. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Supermandy
This was a limited print hard to find game and I had been searching for it quite a while. Brand new game, exactly as described and shipped very quickly.Published 12 months ago by Lois
This is a crazy game where no one seems to know what is happening. At each turn all the rules change. Not my cup of tea.Published on January 7, 2014 by Barbara Bennett
Fluxx is an ok game. It is far from my favorite but it is a good time with friends. This set is fun and adds a lot of interesting cards.Published on December 31, 2013 by K. Sterling
This is my favorite Fluxx game. All are easy and fast to play, great fun for all ages. Even the creepers are fun.Published on December 26, 2013 by City Witch
This game was a great buy and so was everything that came with it. All is well with the order.Published on September 24, 2013 by Cameron
I have several of fluxxs games, this is one of the other fun fluxx to play with. we are those aliens try to destroy humans. hahah.Published on April 24, 2013 by Animelover17
we play it all the time . Itt is a fun game we play a lot of cards and this looked different and it is. Great fun for anyone who can read.Published on March 17, 2013 by sydneycobain
Great Game: My husband's cousin absolutely loves it! I can't wait to try the rest of the versions. So much fun!Published on March 9, 2013 by Lois Lynette Guthrie