Armoured Animals

There are 56 "Armored Animal" cards. Whoever wins the round can choose between Life, Strength and Dexterity. Whoever runs out of cards has lost the game.

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Everyone starts with 7 cards.
The cards must not be viewed. The first round starts with red (Life). Several people can play.
The highest score wins (max 9). It is possible to come up with more cards, if the next one brings a higher score. The winner calls and activates the next ability (red, green or blue: life, strength or dexterity).
You have to collect the winning cards under the pack in your hand. After each turn, you need to draw a new card (as long as the pack lasts) and place it at the bottom of the pack in your hand. You can expect surprises during the game! If e.g. the skill dexterity (blue) will be selected, everyone discards their top card and the one with the higher number in the skill level wins. The surprise comes when e.g. a dragonfly can beat a crocodile (in the skill dexterity).


In the gaming context "Life," is a measure of a character's overall health and endurance. Characters with high life are able to withstand more damage before being defeated in combat.

"Strength" is a measure of a character's physical power and might. Characters with high strength are often able to deal more damage in combat, and may also be able to lift and carry heavier objects. But in this game, we gave the animal/bird/bug values ​​that fit into the world of the environmental conditions they are used to.

"Dexterity" typically refers to a character's agility, manual skill, and quickness of movement. A character with high dexterity might excel at tasks that require fast reflexes or precise hand-eye coordination, such as dodging attacks or disarming traps.

There are many other card games that are suitable for children. Here are a few examples:

  1. Go Fish: This is a simple game that is suitable for children as young as three years old. To play, you will need a standard deck of playing cards. Players take turns asking other players if they have a particular card. If the player has the card, they must give it to the player who asked for it. If they don't have the card, the player who asked must "go fish" and draw a card from the deck. The player who collects the most sets of four cards (for example, four kings) wins the game.

  2. Old Maid: This is another simple card game that is suitable for children. To play, you will need a standard deck of playing cards, with all but one of the queens removed. Players take turns drawing a card from the hand of the player to their left. If the player draws a queen, they must discard it. The player who ends up with the last queen (the "old maid") loses the game.

  3. War: This is a fast-paced game that is suitable for children as young as six years old. To play, you will need a standard deck of playing cards. Players shuffle the deck and divide it evenly between them. Each player turns over the top card of their stack at the same time. The player with the higher card wins both cards and adds them to the bottom of their stack. If the cards are of equal value, there is a "war." Both players place three cards face down on the table, then turn over a fourth card. The player with the higher fourth card wins all of the cards on the table. The game continues until one player has all of the cards.

  4. Spoons: This is a fast-paced game that is suitable for children as young as six years old. To play, you will need a standard deck of playing cards and a number of spoons (one fewer than the number of players). Players shuffle the deck and deal four cards to each player. Players keep their cards hidden from other players. On each turn, players must choose one card from their hand and pass it to the player on their left. Once all of the cards have been passed, players try to make the best four-card hand using the cards in their hand. The player who has the best hand grabs a spoon from the center of the table. Once a player has grabbed a spoon, all of the other players can try to grab a spoon as well. The player who does not get a spoon is out of the game. The game continues until there is only one player left.

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