Fundex Games 3290 User's Manual

Fundex Games 3290 User's Manual
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CHEAT
Players MUST lie when playing this game, it is a requirement!
But watch out if you do, paying the penalty can be high! In
a game with 6 or more players you may want to have two
decks.
Winning: The winner is the first person to succeed in playing
his last card!
Variation: In Up & Down Cheat, players can play higher or
lower rank cards than the preceding card.
Ages: 5+
Players: A minimum of three people are needed to play, and
the more the better.
CONCENTRATION
This is a great game for young children, and the big cards
are easy to pick up. This is definitely a floor game.
Object: Each player tries to be the first player to play all of
their cards.
Ages: 4+
Players: 2+
Set-up: One player deals out all the cards. Some players
may have one extra card.
Object: Collect the most pairs.
Play: Players look at their cards. The player to the left of
the dealer places one to four cards of the “same” value (i.e.
all 7’s) face down in a pile in the center. The player says
the value of the cards as they are placed. The player could
actually be placing three 7’s and an Ace, the cards do not
necessarily have to be the cards that the player claims (see
Cheating).
Set-up: One player deals out all the cards face down onto
the floor. The cards can be placed in any direction, but
should not touch. A square format may be used.
Play: The player to the left of the dealer starts the game
by turning over two different cards and allowing the other
players to see the cards. If the two cards are the same value,
two 7’s or 2 king’s than the player who turned the cards over
collects them, and turns over two more cards. The player’s
turn continues until she turns over two cards that don’t
match. If two cards do not match they are turned face down
to their original position, and the next player starts her turn.
Play continues until all the cards have been collected.
The next player must play cards that are one value higher
than those first played (i.e. three 8’s). The following players
must each play cards one value higher than those played by
the preceding player.
Cheating: A player can put down any other cards, instead
of those of the correct rank, and pretend that they are all the
same correct value. A player must always lay down at least
one card during their turn, so if a player does not have the
required value card, he must cheat. A player may also put
down more cards than he says he is placing down.
Winning: The player with the most pairs wins!
CRAZY EIGHTS
Crazy Eights is a fun family game, enjoyed by players of all
ages.
Calling A Players Bluff: A Player may call another player’s
bluff, before the next player lays down his hand. If a player
suspects another player of cheating he challenges the
player by calling “Cheat!”
Ages: 5+
Players: 2+
The player who was challenged must then turn over his
cards for inspection. If the player who called “CHEAT” was
correct, the person who cheated must collect all of the cards
from the central pile and add them to his hand. If the player
did not cheat, the challenger must pick up the central pile of
cards.
Object: The first player to play all of their cards.
Set-up: The dealer deals out seven cards to each player,
then places the rest of the cards face down in the center to
form the draw pile. One card is turned over from the draw
pile to form the discard pile.
Play begins again with the player who picked up the cards
from the center pile and resumes on the value that was
cheated on.
Play: Players lay down cards and try to match either the
value or suit of the card played before them. If a player is
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unable to lay down a card, then he must draw a card until he
picks up a card he can play. If the draw pile is used up, then
the discard pile is shuffled and turned face down to form a
new draw pile.
Slapping: Players may slap the pile at various points in the
game to collect the cards in the pile.
•Doubles: Players may slap the pile when there are
double cards played (i.e.two 6’s).
•Triples: Players may slap the pile when there are
triple cards played (three Aces). This happens only
when players miss the doubles.
•Four in a Row: Players may slap the pile when there
are four cards in a consecutive order i.e. Ace, two,
three, four.
Crazy 8’s: A player may play an 8 card after any card. This
player then decides on the next suit.
Winning: The player to get rid of all his cards first wins the
game.
Scoring: Players can also play each game as a round and
keep score. The first player to play all of his cards scores
points for the cards left in the other players’ hands. The
player with the most points after a predetermined number of
rounds, wins the game.
Slapping Penalties: If a player slaps something that is not
a double, triple, or four in a row, then the player who played
the last card collects the pile.
Slapping In: Players who did not begin playing the game
at the same time as the rest of the players, may also slap
into the game at any point, by slapping the pile at one of
the appropriate times. If a player slaps the pile incorrectly
before they are in the game, play continues and his mistake
is ignored.
The cards are scored in the following manner: 50 points for
each 8 card; 10 points for face cards; 1 point for each ace;
and all other cards are scored by their numeric value.
EGYPTIAN RATSCREW
This game has a little bit of everything, but nothing to do with
its name.
Winning: The player who collects all of the cards, wins the
game!
Ages: 7+
Players: 2+
GARBAGE
Don’t be fooled by the name! This is a great game with a
trashy name. Players only have to recognize numbers to
play this game well. This game takes up some space so it is
best played on the floor.
Object: Win all of the cards.
Set-up: The dealer deals out all cards one at a time, face
down in front of each player. Some players may have more
cards than others. Players are not allowed to look at their
hands.
Ages: 5+
Players: 2-4
Play: The first player begins the game by placing his top
card face up in the center of the playing area. Players lay
cards down one at a time in a central playing surface. When
a player lays down a face card, then the next player has
a certain number of tries to play another face card. The
number of tries that a player has is dependent on the value
of the first face card played. An Ace has 4 turns, Kings 3
turns, Queens 2 turns and Jacks 1 turn. If a player does
not lay down another face card within the specified number
of turns then the player who laid down the first face card
collects the pile. If a player is able to lay down a face card
then play is resumed. Players play on number cards with no
special instructions.
Object: Be the first player to complete all eight rounds of
play by placing your cards in the correct sequence each
round.
Set-up: The dealer deals eight cards to each player. Players
do not look at their cards, but place them face down in
front of them in two rows of four. These cards are mentally
numbered 1-8 starting with the top left card and ending
with the lower right card (see diagram). The remainder of
the deck is placed faced down in the center of all players,
forming the draw pile.
Play: The first player picks a card up from the draw pile, if it is
any card numbered 1-8 (Ace is 1) the player is able to place
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this card in its proper sequence placement. The card that
it replaces is then placed into its correct position as well (if
possible). For example if the first card drawn is an 8, it would
be placed face up in the bottom right, replacing the card that
was there in the ‘8’ spot position. The card that was replaced
would be flipped over and if were a 2 it would then be placed
second from the left on the top row in the ‘2’ position. (Suits
do not matter) Play continues in this manner until a player
cannot make any more moves, and she discards one card
to the discard pile.
If all of the cards have been taken from the draw pile, then a
player says pass, and play goes to the next player.
Tie: If there is a tie for the highest value card, then the player
who played her card first is the first one to start the next
round.
Winning: The winner is the first player who plays all of her
cards and shouts “Boom!” when she plays her last card.
Variation: Go Boom can be played with keeping score. It is
played the same way except that more rounds are played,
and points are scored for going boom. The game ends when
a player reaches an agreed number of points (usually 250).
The next player can either pick up the card that was
discarded by another player or draws a new card from the
draw pile. Play continues in this manner until one player
has all eight cards in the correct order. Then a new round is
dealt. All players are once again dealt eight cards except for
the player who won the last round. This player is dealt only
seven cards. New rounds are played with the winner always
dealt one less card than her last hand until one player is
dealt only 1 card.
Scoring: The winner scores points for the cards left in the
other players’ hands when she goes boom.
The cards are scored in the following manner: 10 points for
each face card; 1 point for each ace; the face value of each
of the number cards.
Winning: The player who completes the last hand by getting
an ace wins!
KEMPS
Grab a friend and develop a secret code in this card game!
Players pair up and play in teams in this sly game. Try and
keep a straight face!
GO BOOM
This is a simple fun card game that teaches the basics of
winning tricks. In games with 5 or more players, you may
want to use two decks.
Ages: 6+
Players: 4
Players: 2+
Ages: 5+
Object: Be the team to collect four of a kind first and call
“Kemps”
Object: Be the first player to play all of his cards.
Set-up: The dealer deals each player four cards and
places four cards face down in the center. The rest of the
cards become a draw pile and are placed to the side of the
dealer.
Set-up: The dealer deals each player seven cards, and
places the rest face down in a pile in the center.
Play: The first player lays down a card face up. The next
player must lay down a card that is either of the same suit,
or of the same value. Play continues in this manner with
each player matching either the suit or value of the first card
played. If a player is unable to match either the suit or value,
than she must draw from the draw pile until she picks up a
card that she can play.
Play: Players pair off with the player across from them and
move away from the playing area to strategize. The players
compare hands with their partner and may exchange cards
at this time if they choose. At this point players also come up
with a secret signal to use to communicate with their partner
that they have “four of a kind” and that their partner should
call ‘Kemps!” This signal can be as simple as reaching an
arm into the air, but should be subtle so that the other team
doesn’t notice.
After each player has laid down one card, the cards are
compared for the highest value. The player who laid down
the highest value card plays the first card for the next hand.
(Ace is highest value card)
After the two teams have finalized their play, players resume
their positions at the table or floor. At this point the dealer
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turns over the four cards in the center. Anyone can make a
grab for the center cards. Players can pick up as many cards
as they want, but they must put down as many cards as
they have picked up. Once everyone is finished, the dealer
clears the table of the remaining 4 cards, and deals out four
more. Once again everyone scrambles for the cards that
they want, and discards the cards that they don’t want. Play
continues in this manner until someone calls ‘Kemps”
Players begin their turn by placing any cards down from their
hand or moving any of the cards that are already in play.
A player may make as many plays as possible, and may
lay as many cards down as she wishes per turn. When a
player is finished making plays, she draws one card to end
her turn. If a player forgets to draw a card, she is penalized
with a second card. If a king is drawn this card is played
immediately, and no other card is drawn.
Calling Kemps: A player calls ‘Kemps’ and points to the
player whom he thinks has 4 of a kind. Players must watch
each other for signaling. When a player thinks that another
player is signaling he calls “Kemps!” A player can call
‘Kemps’ for this team member, and win the hand, or a player
can call ‘Kemps” on an opposing player. If a player calls
‘Kemps” on a player from the other team, and that player
does have 4 of a kind, then that player must discard their
hand and start over. There is no penalty for calling ‘Kemps’
on another player and when they don’t have 4 of a kind.
Play in the corners always starts with a king card.
Winning: The player who plays all of her cards first, wins
the game!
OLD MAID
This wonderful classic is easily played with a regular deck of
cards. The big size of our cards makes the game even more
enjoyable.
Winning: When a player has 4 of a kind, and his teammate
calls “Kemps” for him, then that team wins the hand.
Ages: 4+
Players: 2-6
Object: The player with the most pairs.
KING THE CORNER
King the Corner is a great game for older players who want
a more than luck in their card play.
Set-up: The dealer pulls out three of the queen cards,
leaving just one queen in the deck. This queen card is the
old maid. The dealer then deals out all the cards to each
player. Some players may have more cards than others.
Ages: 6+
Players: 2-6
Play: Each player looks at their hand and lays down any
pairs that they have face down in front of them. If a player
has three cards of one value, he may only lay down two of
the cards. The third is left in the player’s hand to be matched
later in the game.
Object: To win the hand by being the first to play all of your
cards.
Set-up: The dealer deals 7 cards to each player then places
four cards face up in the center to form a cross. The rest of
the deck is placed face down in the center of the cross as
the draw pile.
The player to the left of the dealer then takes a card from
the dealer’s hand. If a match is made the player lays the
match down in front of him. He then offers his hand to the
next player, who takes a card from his hand. Play continues
until one player is left with the Old Maid card, who does not
have a match.
Play: Play begins with the player to the left of the dealer.
Cards are played by placing cards of alternate color down
(red, black, red, black) in a descending order (King, Queen,
Jack, etc.) (See Diagram) Any kings are placed in the space
in between the original 4 cards (in the corners). Players
may move all cards from one space and place the stack
on another card(s) as long as it continues the sequence of
cards. When a space is open, a player may insert any card
that she wishes. Cards may not be moved from the king
spaces.
Winning: The player with the most matches at the end of
the game wins!
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SLAPJACK
Slapjack is a perfect game for a rainy day to release a little
energy. All that is required is the ability to distinguish a jack
from the other face cards – which can be tricky for those
itchy hands!
have one more card than others. Players are not allowed to
look at their cards.
Play: The player to the dealer’s left starts first, and places
her top card face up to form a pile beside her face down pile.
The next player does the same, and play continues until one
player sees that the cards on top of two piles have the same
value. This player shouts “SNAP!”
Ages: 4+
Players: 2+
Object: Collect the most cards.
Snap: The first player to shout ‘Snap’ collects both piles of
cards and places them face down at the bottom of her face
down pile.
Set-up: The dealer deals out all of the cards one at a time
face down in a pile in front of each player. Some players may
have one more card than others.
Players continue to turn over cards starting with the player to
the left of the last player who turned over a card.
Play: Players take turns placing the top card of their pile
onto the top of the center pile. Don’t peek at your cards!
Slapping a Jack: When a player places a jack on the top of
the pile, each player tries to be the first to put their hand on
top of it. The player whose hand was first, claims the central
pile of cards and shuffles these into her own cards to form a
new pile. The player whose hand was first will be underneath
all other players’ hands.
Snap Pool: If two players shout ‘SNAP” at the same time,
the matching piles are placed face up in the center. Players
continue play, until the pool is won by the first player to shout
“SNAP” when a player’s card matches the top card of the
pool.
When a player runs out of cards, she turns over her face up
pile and draws from this.
The player to the winner’s left continues play by placing a
card face up in the center creating a new center pile.
If a player loses all of their cards, she may ‘slap-in.’ A player
does this by being the first person to slap a jack.
If a player calls “snap” in error, the player gives one card
from her face down pile to each of the other players.
Winning: The player who wins all of the cards wins!
If a player slaps a card that is not a jack, she must give
her top card to the player who played the card that was
slapped.
SPEED
Watch out! This is a fast paced game that moves as fast as
the players playing it. You need to be able to recognize card
values quickly, and move your hands.
Winning: The winner is the player who wins all of the cards.
For a shorter game, the winner is the player with the most
cards at the end of a set time period.
Ages: 5+
Players: 2
SNAP
This is a fast, easy game, but you have to watch closely! Be
the first to spy a match between any players’ top cards and
you collect both piles!
Object: The first player to play all of his cards first!
Object: Win all of the cards.
Set-up: The dealer sets the play area up as follows: Two
reserve piles with 5 cards each are placed to the left and
right of the play area, (to the sides of the players) and twenty
cards are dealt out to each player. Players take 5 of the 20
cards dealt to make up their hand. Don’t peek at the rest of
the cards! (See diagram).
Set-up: The dealer deals out all the cards one at a time face
down to form a pile in front of each player. Some players may
Play: Players begin by placing one card each from their
hand, into the center of the playing area. Players lay
Ages: 4+
Players: 2+
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cards down as fast as possible. Cards are played in either
ascending or descending order, i.e. Jack, Queen, King, Ace
or Ace, King, Queen and Jack. Players can replenish their
hand at any time from the original 20 cards dealt to them.
Players can only have 5 cards or less in their hand at any
time. The reserve piles are used during play when players
are unable to use the cards in their hand.
When a player plays a card from any pile in her row, she
then flips the next card in the pile face up, so that it is ready
to be played.
Winning: The player who has played all twenty of his cards
from his hand first wins!
Spit: If neither player can play onto the center piles one
player shouts ‘SPIT’ and the players turn over their top card
from their draw piles. They lay these cards on top of the two
center piles, and play resumes.
SPIT
Spit is a wonderful two person card game that test a player’s
speed and agility.
End of Round: Once a player has played all the cards from
her row, she shouts “OUT!” This player wins this round and
picks up her draw pile. The other player picks up both of the
central piles and adds all of these cards to the bottom of his
draw pile.
Players continue to play cards onto the central piles and
turning over the cards in their rows until neither player can
play any more of their cards.
Ages: 5+
Players: 2
Starting A New Round: Players lay out their cards in the
same manner as before. If a player does not have enough
cards to lay out into the appropriate piles, she continues to
lay out the cards as far as she can and turns over the top
card of each pile to face up. In this case, players will also
only have one center pile on which to play.
Object: The first player to play all of her cards.
Set-up: The dealer deals out all of the cards. Players set
their cards in the following manner: (See diagram)
•Starting from the left, each player lays down 3 cards
in a row face down and a fourth card face up.
•A second face down card is laid down on each of the
first two down-facing cards, and a third is placed face
up on the third card.
•A third face down card is laid down on the first card,
and a second face up card is laid down on the second
card.
•A face up card is laid down on the first pile.
Winning: The player who plays all of her cards first wins!
Slapping Variation: When a player runs out of cards and
shouts “OUT!” players immediately slap the central pile
they think is smaller. If both players slap the same pile, the
player’s whose hand is underneath claims the pile.
Then players each place the remainder of their cards face
down to form a personal draw pile next to them.
SPOONS
A great party game that guarantees laughter. So grab a
spoon and stir up some fun!
Play: When both players are ready, they call out “SPIT!”
Both players immediately take the top card from their draw
piles and place them face up in the center side by side.
Ages: 5+
Players: 3+
The players then play as many cards as possible from their
row of face up cards to either of the cards in the center.
Players do not take turns.
Object: Collect a set of 4 cards and to grab a spoon.
Set-up: Arrange the deck to have the same number of sets
as the number of players. A set consists of 4 cards of the
same value. If four people are playing, the kings, queens,
Jacks and aces may be used.
Cards that are played into the center must be either one
value higher, or one value lower than the card played on.
For example, an Ace could be played onto either a King or
a two.
Spoons should be placed in the center of the playing area.
The number of spoons should be one less than the number
of players. (Using clear, plastic spoons makes it a little bit
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more fun and challenging.)
WAR
This is a great classic card game that makes for a good
introduction to cards for a young player.
The dealer deals out 4 cards to each player. Each player
looks at their hand and decides to try for a particular set.
Each player then chooses one card to discard and places
it face down in front of them and passes it to the player to
their left. Each player looks at their new card and chooses
another card to discard. The game continues in this way,
until one player has a set of four cards of the same value.
Once a player has four of a kind, he quietly places his cards
down face up in front of him and picks up a spoon from the
center of the table. As soon as a player has done this, the
other players must reach for a spoon as well, whether or
not they have 4 of a kind. The player who does not have a
spoon is out of the game.
Ages: 4+
Players: 2+
Object: Win all of the cards.
Set-up: The dealer deals out all cards to the players. Some
players will have more cards than others. Players do not
look at their cards, but leave them in a pile in front of them.
Play: Players turn over the top card from their draw pile and
lay it face up in the center. The player who lays down the
highest value card wins the hand and collects the rest of
cards from the center area.
One spoon is then removed from the center of the table so
that there is one less spoon then players once again.
Declaring War: If there is a tie between players for the
highest value card, than those players who tied must declare
war. All players who have tied say “I declare war!” laying
down four cards as they say this. The first three cards should
be laid down face down, with the fourth card turned face up.
The player with the highest value card turned face up wins
all cards in the center area.
The players who are still in the game are not allowed to
speak to the player who is out of the game. If they do, then
they are automatically out as well.
Winning: In the last round of the game, there is one spoon
left to grab, the player who grabs the spoon first wins!
Variations: For a longer game play, players can play with a
complete deck of cards instead of pulling out equal number
of sets to the number of players.
Winning: The player who collects all of the cards, wins the
game!
The dealer deals out four cards to each player
Donkey: Play is the same in Donkey, except that when a
player fails to pick up a spoon they are penalized with a
letter, and a new round begins with all players. The first
player to be given all the letters in the word ‘donkey’ loses
the game and must “hee-haw.”
Pig: This is the same game as Donkey, but shorter.
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