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19th Nov '16 7:56:12 PM Gatomon41
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DeckbuildingGames are a subgenre of [=CCGs=]. Players build their decks by exchanging cards during the game.

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DeckbuildingGames {{Deckbuilding Game}}s are a subgenre of [=CCGs=]. Players build their decks by exchanging cards during the game.
19th Nov '16 7:53:40 PM CorahsUncle
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Then there are [[CollectibleCardGame Collectible Card Games]] ([=CCGs=]). This genre combines the collectability of, for instance, baseball cards, with the mechanics of a card game. They generally have vivid artwork and complicated effects and strategies. Some take place in an original universe, and others are tie-ins to movies or TV series. Some are massively popular, with [[TournamentPlay tournaments]] and thousands of cards.

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Then there are [[CollectibleCardGame Collectible {{Collectible Card Games]] Game}}s ([=CCGs=]). This genre combines the collectability of, for instance, baseball cards, with the mechanics of a card game. They generally have vivid artwork and complicated effects and strategies. Some take place in an original universe, and others are tie-ins to movies or TV series. Some are massively popular, with [[TournamentPlay tournaments]] and thousands of cards.



Between these are "dedicated deck" card games, which use cards with illustrations to implement whatever game concept the designer had. Like [[CollectibleCardGame Collectible Card Games]], these often have rule text printed on the cards.

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Between these DeckbuildingGames are "dedicated deck" card games, which use a subgenre of [=CCGs=]. Players build their decks by exchanging cards with illustrations to implement whatever game concept during the designer had. Like [[CollectibleCardGame Collectible Card Games]], these often have rule text printed on the cards.
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* TabletopGame/ApplesToApples
* TabletopGame/BackToTheFuture
* TabletopGame/BlankWhiteCards
* TabletopGame/CardsAgainstHumanity
* TabletopGame/ChaosMarauders
* TabletopGame/ChezGeek and its sequels (''Slack Attack, Block Party, Chez Greek, Chez Grunt, Chez Goth'' and ''Chez Cthulhu'')
* TabletopGame/{{Chrononauts}}
* TabletopGame/DrunkQuest
* TabletopGame/DeathAngel

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* TabletopGame/ApplesToApples
* TabletopGame/BackToTheFuture
* TabletopGame/BlankWhiteCards
* TabletopGame/CardsAgainstHumanity
* TabletopGame/ChaosMarauders
* TabletopGame/ChezGeek and its sequels (''Slack Attack, Block Party, Chez Greek, Chez Grunt, Chez Goth'' and ''Chez Cthulhu'')
* TabletopGame/{{Chrononauts}}
* TabletopGame/DrunkQuest
* TabletopGame/DeathAngel
TabletopGame/{{Ascension}}


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* TabletopGame/CerberusEngineGames
* VideoGame/HandOfFate
* VideoGame/{{Reigns}}
* TabletopGame/StarRealms
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Between these are "dedicated deck" card games, which use cards with illustrations to implement whatever game concept the designer had. Like Collectible Card Games, these often have rule text printed on the cards.

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* TabletopGame/ApplesToApples
* TabletopGame/BackToTheFuture
* TabletopGame/BlankWhiteCards
* TabletopGame/CardsAgainstHumanity
* TabletopGame/ChaosMarauders
* TabletopGame/ChezGeek and its sequels (''Slack Attack, Block Party, Chez Greek, Chez Grunt, Chez Goth'' and ''Chez Cthulhu'')
* TabletopGame/{{Chrononauts}}
* TabletopGame/DrunkQuest
* TabletopGame/DeathAngel
* TabletopGame/{{Dominion}}
15th Nov '16 9:12:43 PM Gatomon41
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* TabletopGame/EpicCardGame
2nd Nov '16 2:23:26 AM MarqFJA
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* Tarot - a [[http://www.pagat.com/tarot/ family of games distantly related to Bridge and Whist]] and played with various forms of [[TarotMotifs Tarot decks]]. French tarot is particularly interesting because of its three-against-one playing style, but there are other versions played in Italy and central Europe.

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* Tarot - a [[http://www.pagat.com/tarot/ family of games distantly related to Bridge and Whist]] and played with various forms of [[TarotMotifs [[UsefulNotes/TarotCards Tarot decks]]. French tarot is particularly interesting because of its three-against-one playing style, but there are other versions played in Italy and central Europe.
4th Aug '16 9:45:47 AM StarryEyed
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* TabletopGame/MarryingMrDarcy, based on ''Literature/PrideAndPrejudice''

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* TabletopGame/MarryingMrDarcy, TabletopGame/MarryingMrDarcy which is based on ''Literature/PrideAndPrejudice''
3rd Aug '16 5:11:18 PM StarryEyed
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* TabletopGame/MarryMrDarcy, based on ''Literature/PrideAndPrejudice''

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* TabletopGame/MarryMrDarcy, TabletopGame/MarryingMrDarcy, based on ''Literature/PrideAndPrejudice''
3rd Aug '16 3:42:48 PM StarryEyed
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*TabletopGame/MarryMrDarcy, based on ''Literature/PrideAndPrejudice''
1st Jun '16 10:11:57 PM bkitu
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** Has a ridiculous variant, TabletopGame/{{Mao}}. [[MindScrew The only rule of Mao you can know is that you can't know any of the other rules.]]



** Has a ridiculous variant, TabletopGame/{{Mao}}. [[MindScrew The only rule of Mao you can know is that you can't know any of the other rules.]]
1st Jun '16 10:11:24 PM bkitu
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* TabletopGame/{{Cribbage}}: An old game that uses both a standard deck of cards and a specialized board. OlderThanSteam and still going strong.
25th Nov '15 12:40:39 PM TempestKnight
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* ''TabletopGame/TheHobbitCardGame''
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