Make poker night a night of terror with this cool Aliens Playing Cards Gift Set. Only the winner gets out alive. The terror that these cards unleash will expose everyone’s tell and make for a very interesting evening.
One of the things my dear old wife does that annoys me to no end is to spend half a movie messing with her phone, and then gets mad when I won’t recap everything she missed so she knows what is going on.
Harmonix is no stranger to music games, with hits like Rock Band and Dance Central to their credit. Now they have teamed up with Hasbro to bring us Dropmix. This time around you won’t need to purchase a bunch of plastic instruments to play – just cards.
Sure, you could use the Playing Card Notebook like a regular notebook for jotting down notes and writing a grocery list, but it seems mandatory that you should use it to make your own unique playing card deck.
Computer UI pioneer Susan Kare teamed up with Areaware to make a physical deck of playing cards based on her design for the first Windows Solitaire game. It’s funny that we got a real life version of Minesweeper way before this one.
This deck of wonderfully illustrated Star Wars playing cards from Ashley Villers Art is super awesome. I love the artwork. May the force and at least a full house or a flush be with you.
The backs feature R2-D2 and C-3PO and the face cards feature some amazing watercolor artwork on the other side.
Game of Thrones is one of my favorite shows on TV in years, but I’ve been trying to find ways to pass the time while waiting for the return of the show on March 31. I’m a gambler too, so I think a few hands of poker could be a good time-killer until the return of the Starks, Lannisters, Targaryens, Baratheons, and all of the other denizens of Westeros in about a month and a half.
While they’re not the first Legend of Zelda playing cards, these ones are still quite beautiful, and a worth addition to any Zelda collection. They were made to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the game, and are imported from Japan.
The card game “Go Fish” isn’t named that way because it has anything to do with fish. Its name is inspired by the act of “fishing” another card out of the pile when the other player doesn’t have the card you’re looking for.
Everyone hates a player almost as much as they dislike cheaters. But no one will fault you for playing people and treating it all like a game. Not if you’re just playing Solitaire with these personalized Facebook playing cards.
Any gamer worth his salt knows that Nintendo wasn’t always a video game company. Founder Fusajiro Yamauchi started out in 1889 making and selling playing cards, particularly those used in a Japanese game called hanafuda. Fast forward to the 21st century and we have these Super Mario playing cards.
Lately, I’ve been seeing a lot of Space Invaders-themed stuff. Although some aren’t things I’m very fond of (like the Space Invaders silk tie), there are some that I definitely think are worth getting (like the Space Invaders Alarm Clock and the Space Invaders Multi Tool.)