In the family game called Cardboard, each of the 66 cards represents a space on a game board. From two to six can play Cardboard, and as you play, you create the game board one card at a time. Your goal is to get to the point cards on the table to increase your score but remember that any card you play may be reached by any player. You can create traps and dead ends, or paths to gain points quickly. You can also become trapped in your own schemes if you’re not careful! The game is quick and exciting, eventually filling a table with paths that are both dangerous and rewarding! The millions of card combinations means that the game is different every time. The rules are easy, set-up is quick, and Cardboard can be played anywhere that you find a flat surface.
This game can be played by 2 – 6 players ages 8 and up. One game of CardBoard takes about 30 to play.