Deal With It!
$ 8.99 – $ 12.99
Deal With It! card game is a fast, fun, sometimes infuriating mix of nonsense that is sure to entertain for hours! Gameplay is simple – match numbers or colors of cards in play. Just be careful not to break the rules, as each card played changes them!
Printed by DriveThruCards
Features no tuckbox. A plastic protective deckbox can be had for $1. Highly recommended.
Comes with 2 rule refresher cards, but no rule booklet. Rules can be found on this site.
Printed by TheGameCrafter
Features a tuckbox, rule booklet, and downloadable PDFs of rules and Print-and-Play.
Fast! Fun! INFURIATING!
With constantly-changing rules, Deal With It! will keep you on your toes. The gameplay is simple; to win might not be. Set up by dealing 7 cards to each player (5 if there are 4+ players). Then deal one card face up in front of each player. This starts what is called a stack. Each player can play on any stack by matching the number or color. Be the first to run out of cards to win!
Some cards ban the playing of cards (such as odds or evens), some cause chaotic effects (like hand swapping or drawing), and some are beneficial (like ignoring all card effects). You’ll need to outsmart your opponents if you want to win!
How Do I Play?
Here is a simple explanation video of the game. Also, see the rules here!
What Does The Deck Contain?
- 1 Set of Yellow Numbers (1-9)
- 1 Set of Green Numbers (1-9)
- 1 Set of Blue Numbers (1-9)
- 1 Set of Red Numbers (1-9)
- 8x Skip Cards (2 of each color) – Special
- 10x Deal With It! Cards – Special
Skip Cards can be played on cards of their color or other skips. They don’t have a value, so they can be played on any number. When played, they cause whoever owns that stack to skip a turn. That means if you play it on your own stack, you skip a turn!
Deal With It! Cards can be played on anything and anything can be played on them. Very handy! Also very dangerous.
Who Is The Game Recommended For?
The game is recommended for 2-4 players (4 seems optimal). The more players, the more active rules. The more rules, the more difficult it becomes to follow them. Ages 10 and up.
|Dimensions||3.5 x 2.5 x 1 in|