In Speed each player holds up to five cards in their hand, and has one stock pile, face down. Two cards can be put down at once. You can not put down more than 2 at once. In Spit each player has a row of stock piles, usually five, with the top card face up, so all cards in play are visible to both players.
Getaway is played in the Punjab region of India and Pakistan and also in Bangladesh. The aim of the game is to “get away” by playing all of one’s cards . The last remaining player who fails to get away and is left holding cards is the loser.
Each player starts with 6-8 cards in their hand depending on the number of players, and four discard pile prompt cards are on the table: two showing “1” and an up arrow and two showing “100” and a down arrow.
War may be the easiest card game around, which makes it great for playing with kids. However, since it moves quickly it doesn’t get boring like other “kids” card games. War is generally played between two people, although you could play with three of four (you’d probably want an additional deck of cards for 4 players).
If play goes until all players have placed a card in the middle, then the cards in the middle are placed aside and the player that had thrown the highest card will now deal. Once a player is rid of all their cards , they stop playing . The last player to still have cards is referred to as “Bhabhi.”
‘Bullshit’ is played with a standard deck of 52 cards . First, you deal out all the cards in the deck. Then, each turn is played as followed: Player 1 places any number of cards face down in a stack and claims they are all aces.
More than 3 must be in teams. No more than 3 teams can play. One player or team must score TWO SEQUENCES before their opponents. A Sequence is a connected series of five of the same color marker chip in a straight line, either up and down, across or diagonally on the playing surface.