A GAME THAT WILL CARD YOU

Board and card games often have a lot of rules to remember, and that can be even more challenging when folks don’t have all of their wits about them. Now imagine if the game you are playing has an ever-changing and evolving set of rules. Brain overload!

Those twists and turns are exactly what you will encounter when you play Drinking Fluxx with friends. Players familiar with the traditional Fluxx game will recognize regular card types including Basic Rules card, New Rule, Goal, Keeper, Action, Creeper and Meta Rule cards. Added into this Drinking version are cards that require players to imbibe – an amount of their choice of the drink of their choice. One of the new twists is the required word card. Once played and a word is selected (meow!), every sentence said aloud must end with that word or you must take a drink of your beverage… meow.

Remember, if you are not playing at home, designate a driver to make sure everyone gets home safely… meow.

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