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Farkle Flip Card Game
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- It's the classic dice game now in a CARD game!
- Draw cards and play off your hand or other players' hands to try to build the most points
- Watch out for Farkle cards--they make you stop and lose what you've built, but they earn you points later!
- For 2 or more players, ages 8 and up
- Includes 110 Cards, Rules
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After reading through the directions, we jumped in. It took a few turns to really get the hang of it, but then it was easy. I rules are written out very clearly.
We played with a group of older kids and adults and had a blast. It didn't take nearly as long as we thought to crown a winner, so we played again. It's easy to learn and easy to play. It's a card game, so it fits back in the box and stores in any drawer or cupboard without taking up a ton of room.
I tried playing this with my nine year old and it was a little tough for her to grasp. We will spend some time getting her familiar with it all before she plays with larger groups so she has time to figure it all out. I think it's geared more for a little older group.
All in all, I loved this game and totally look forward to playing it again soon.
Try our modified rules and see if you like it better.
Here are our modified rules:
(1) You cannot take score for part of a stack.
Example A: In front of you, you have One of each of the following: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 but a stack of two 6s. You are not eligible for a "Straight" score of 1500 since you have more than one six.
Example B: You have a stack of four 5s and a stack of thee 2s. You cannot take away one of the 2s so that you can score 1500 (a stack of four and a stack of two)
(2) You can only have one stack of each number in front of a person.
Example: If you have one 6 in front of your only opponent and one 6 in front of yourself, and draw a 6, you cannot start a new stack of 6s. You must play the 6 one one of the two existing 6s.
(1) Farkle cards are worth only 100 points each, no matter how many you have
(2) No scores for pairs, no matter how many you have
(3) Three triplets are added normally, not automatically equal to $1500. Example: You score a triplet of 4s, a triplet of 3s, and a triplet of 2s. That's equal to 900 (400 + 300 + 200), not 1500.
(1) The game is not yet over when the first person reaches 10,000. As with the dice game, the other players get one more turn each.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My friend and I played this game and was easy enough to understand and fun enough we played it over and over again. It is a fun quick game!Published 4 months ago by No
Easy to learn, quick to play, fun for the whole family. We have had 5 yr olds all the way to 60 year old family members play this game. Everyone loves it.Published 4 months ago by John Heiermann
The box it comes in is flimsy and will not hold cards for very long, then your stuck with a ziplock bag or some other holder. Game itself however is great.Published 5 months ago by Larry Hayes
My family loves Farkle, so I thought we would give this a try too. If is simple and fun. Nice game for some easy family fun.Published 5 months ago by Mommy of 2 (BOYS!)
Good game, takes a reading to get the rules going but I enjoyed it.Published 5 months ago by Mailys