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Clubs Card Game
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- Perfect for any card game fan. If you like Hearts or Spades, you'll love Clubs!
- Simple enough for kids, strategic enough for adults.
- Travel-size box, great to play while on the go!
- Ages: 8+, Players: 2 - 6, Play Time: 30 minutes.
- Ages: 8+; Players: 2 - 6; Play Time: 30 minutes.
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Top Customer Reviews
Clubs is a newly released game that is correctly being billed as a lite form of Tichu. It offers more strategy and gameplay than President and the like, where the aim is little more than to have fun and try to improve your chair position. Yet it's much simpler than Tichu, which has complex rules that tends to make the average person's eyes glaze over. Clubs is a similar style of climbing game, but hits the sweet spot of being able to be played by everyone. It can be enjoyed by non-gamers and families, while offering enough to keep gamers satisfied. By cleverly bridging both the casual and the serious forms of the game, ably assisted with some good packaging, a brilliant name choice, and a compelling tag line, this game has real potential to go places and be a big hit in the mass market.
With the deck of cards you get with the game, you can play two main games: Clubs and Crazy Clubs, the latter which is a slight variation of the former, and is arguably even the most fun of the two.Read more ›
Here are some great things about the game:
1) Clubs is the type of card game you can play over and over again. It's very addictive. The game always takes about 30 minutes to play, so we frequently end up playing a couple of times.
2) The game plays 2 - 6 players. It is difficult to find card games that you can play with just one other person or in a larger group, but Clubs fits on both of those fronts.
3) It is simple enough to be a family game that parents can play with their kids. The box says ages 8+ and we've found that to be about right. However, there is also a fair amount of strategy in it for experienced card game players. I've played it with friends who enjoy games like Hearts, Spades, Gin, Rummy, Big 2, and Tichu and all of them have enjoyed the game.
4) The box is small, so you can take it around with you.
I can see Clubs becoming a game night staple!
Gameplay and Components
Clubs is a trick taking game, with a twist. Unlike traditional card games like Euchre or Spades, Clubs is a "climbing" game, which means that the play will continue around the table, each player maybe getting to play more than one card per trick, until every player passes. Then the last person who played claims the trick - and the lead. Having the lead is important because the primary goal in Clubs is to get rid of your cards before the other players.
As a player runs out of cards, he or she is awarded bonus points. Each successive player to go out receives fewer bonus points. The last player with cards receives none. Points are also earned by taking tricks which include the clubs suit.
Clubs is played with a custom deck of cards: four suits, cards ranging from 1 to 15. The cards in the clubs suit have point values for each card. The 15 is worth one point, the 1 is worth 5, the rest range between, and the lower the numerical value, the greater the point value.
Another reason that having the lead is important is that there are several lead options. You can play cards "of a kind", like one of a kind, two of a kind, three, or even four of a kind if you have them. You may also lead "runs". A run must be at least two cards, but can be longer, in sequence. For example, a 2 and a 3 is a two card run. A 4,5,6,7,8,9, 10 is a seven card run. Whatever kind of trick is lead, must be followed.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fun game. Easy to learn and play. Instead of video games, try some challenging card games. More fun!Published 29 days ago by Pie Hole Veteran
Clubs Card Game was no challenge and I would not recommend you buy it. There is really no strategy involved. Would not even recommend for small children. Save your moneyPublished 4 months ago by ann caroprese
This is a fun game and easy to learn. One of the best things is it can be played by an odd number of players, like five or more.Published 4 months ago by Norm J Petersen
this is a fun game. It reminds me more of scum rather than hearts or spades, but it is still a fun game. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Danielle Spoerri
Game is fun. I just ordered two more for gifts. Shipping was fast. Received within 2 days of ordering. Thank you.Published 7 months ago by fitnessgeek
Two games in one if you use the variant called Crazy Clubs. The rules are easy; the strategy is not. Great game.Published 7 months ago by Michael Hovan