30 min | Age 8+ | 3 Players
In the late 19th century, families and friends would gather in their parlors to play games. It was an aspect of their social life and a stage for the strict etiquette of the day. This three-handed card game would have been perfect for the Victorian courting sensibilities, played by a young couple and their chaperone. By playing your cards carefully you will gain cards that will contribute to your final score. However, you can decide to use a scoring card to win a different (and perhaps better) card. A very light, unique game for three that can be played almost anywhere by anyone, depicting the latest fashions of the 1880s. Remember the "good old days."