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Star Fluxx Card Game
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- Fluxx blasts off for the stars
- The ever-changing card game in space
- 10-40 minutes playimg time
- Ages 8+
- 2-6 players
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Fluxx gets the Science Fiction treatment. From the publisher: "Just when you thought that Fluxx had gone as far as it could go - it blasts off for the Stars! Explore the vastness of space-themed humour with your valiant Captain, Engineer, and, of course, your Expendable Crewman. Go check out that Small Moon – or is it really a Space Station? You may be swayed by Unseen Forces, held hostage by Evil Computers, or find your ship infested with Cute Fuzzy Aliens." Like its brethren, Star Fluxx is the game of ever changing rules. It starts out as Draw 1, Play 1, but even that can change. When a Goal card is played, you can win by meeting the Goal, usually by having the correct Keeper cards in front of you. Action and Surprise cards help you to meet the Goal, or stop your opponent. Creeper cards usually prevent you from winning, but are sometimes necessary to meet the Goal.
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This card game just about manages to step over the copy-rights of star wars, star trek, hitchikers guide and many other space related franchises, but it still manages to keep them in. for example you can have the 2 keepers: Time traveler and the doctor. these to alone are not sciency, but put them together and you have the goal 'what doctor? wher' (a clever re-word of doctor who!) another funny part is the intergalactic travel guide which has 'stay calm' on it rather than 'don't panic'.
I really would recomend this game, the game time is from 20 secs (I actually finished a game that quickly) to 3 hours (that was a labourious game). It is a family game which is perfect. but it does take a few games to get used to it!
I then saw him playing this little gem. I'd played Monty Python fluxx before and thought it was ok (If you've seen monty Python!), but I was even more interested when I discovered Star Fluxx. Im a massive nerd at heart and a comical game full of Alien, Star wars and Trekkie references were great!
You never (ever) get the same game twice and theres always a surprise round the corner. Weve been playing this down the pub every week now and it just gets better and better.
At only around £10, its a worth while investment!
Take a deck of these to a party, the pub or a meal with friends - they are sure to love them.
This particular version is (quite obviously) space-themed. It's all extremely cool, especially for Tekkies and the like. Even if you already have another version of the game, it's always fun to make a collection, and this is definitely a good addition to your games cupboard.
This version of Fluxx is for the sci fi lover. It references Star Trek, Hitchiker's Guide, Star Wars, Doctor Who, and more! A great buy, and if you have any problems the people at Looney Labs are absolutely amazing (and hilarious).
This version has more fiendish 'surprise' cards and a theme that loosly nods towards Star Trek, Dr Who, Hitchhikers Guide and any space SciFi kind of theme really.
My family and I play games over christmas and this was a real hit this year - even when the alchol began to flow and the contant rule changes make you head hurt the laughs just keep on coming.
It's great - if you like games you'll love Fluxx
This is without a doubt my favourite version. The games seem to have a much faster pace, and there is a lot of variety in the Keepers and Creepers. For those who haven't played Fluxx before, you play cards in turn depending on the rules played previously. At the beginning, you draw one card from the deck and play one card from your hand. But later, someone might play a 'Play All' card, which means everyone has to play everything in their hand every turn. The victory conditions fluctuate as much as the rules do, it becomes a very fun, very easy to learn game, that can take anywhere from 15 minutes to over an hour.
I would strongly recommend this to any newcomers to Fluxx.
Gameplay quick summery:
As play moves through players will place cards from their hand and it is these cards that form the rules and end game winning conditions hence the game is in a constant state of Flux
- Super portable
- Space theme with some nice nods to classic space geekness
- Expands on normal Fluxx with new card types Creepers and Surprise
- The random nature of Fluxx can be a frustration to newer / younger players at times although Suprise cards do add a bit more player influence to the game
We really like Fluxx as a game series and I tend to play this version with more regular gamers and introduce the newer / younger player to normal Fluxx to start with but this is still a simple game for new players to grasp. I find the game is best with 3 or 4 although it will sit 2 -6 players gameplay is super simple everyone starts with 3 cards and the only rule at the beginning is draw one card from the deck and play one card then as you play the rules will change depending on the cards played.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If you like card games, and want something with a bit more substance than Cards Against Humanity, then this is for you. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Amazon Customer
This was the first game we bought when we decided to get into tabletop games and we haven't been disappointed. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mrs O
fluxx is fun the first few time you play it but the more you play it the less tactical depth it has. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Anon
A fun, silly game, best played with other sci-fi enthusiasts who will get the in-jokes, puns and references. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Robey
This is a great game and will keep everyone on their toes, with everyone able to change the rules at anytime this game can soon have people planning a great scheme only for it not... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Nathan
Great game. Have played it so much, even just with two players.Published 6 months ago by Odile O'Byrne