Cardline

Animals, Dinosaurs, Globetrotter, Marvel
2-8 players 15' 8+ Ranking, deduction & learning game

Cardline animals

It is obvious that the sheep is larger and heavier than the hedgehog, but does he live longer? Maybe… But then what about Herman’s tortoise? The hedgehog is also small and light, yet it seems that it can live a very long time… But when we compare “very long time” to an elephant or a whale…

In Cardline Animals, this is the type of questions you’ll be asking yourself whenever you want to play one of your cards. Your goal is to be the first to have played all the cards in your hand!

  • A constantly renewed game thanks to the criteria which change from game to game.
  • A family game where you learn things without it feeling like studying!

The principle of Timeline, but with animals.

Cardline Globetrotter

Really? I had no idea! There are three times fewer people in Australia than France, whereas the country is eleven times larger! That’s crazy! But, I believe that there are still many more Americans than Australians or French. How about the Germans? I wonder if these countries rank in the same order in terms of wealth or pollution.
In Cardline Globetrotter, it is these kinds of questions that you will be faced with whenever you want to place one of your cards. Your sole objective is to be the first to play all your cards correctly.

The Timeline principle, but with countries.

Cardline Dinosaurs

The diplodocus is clearly heavier than the tyrannosaurus, but what about the brachiosaurus? Next time I’ll play with the size, which might make it easier, although… In Cardline Dinosaurs, it’s that kind of question you’ll be faced with. Sort dinosaurs on a constantly growing line according to their size or their weight. To win, you’ll have to correctly place all of your cards before the other players.

The Timeline principle, but with dinosaurs.

 

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Cardline Marvel

The principle of Timeline but with MARVEL heroes.

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  • Game designer(s): Frédéric Henry