The Janken Deck including all art, face cards, suits, and pips is copyright 2017 by Jeffrey Daymont. Jeffrey Daymont retains all rights to the intellectual property of Janken Deck card games including but not limited to video games, mobile apps, cartoons, TV shows and movies.

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© 2017 by Jeffrey Daymont

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Stack Up and King of the Hill. Use stronger cards to build the stack higher! 2 to 6 Players

Start with Crazy Eights, then try Joker's Wild!

2 to 5 Players

Plays like the classic game "Spades", but with fun surprises.

3 to 5 Players

Plays like the classic game "Hearts", but the point suit changes every round. 3 to 5 Players

Overpower enemy forces before they can defeat you. Use your best strategy! 2 to 4 Players

Draw cards to get a straight or five of a kind before your opponents!

2 to 4 Players

What happens when you play bridge with five suits instead of four? I don't know either! 4 Players

Now you can get 5 of a kind without wild cards!

2 to 6 Players

Match sets of cards to add to your collection.

1 to 4 Players

The legendary "Snake that eats its own tail" comes alive in this game.

2 to 4 Players

Collect clues to predict the other players' Secret Cards!

2 to 6 Players

Hop your frog to new Lily Pads but watch out below!

2 to 4 Players

A classic gam,e with a new Rock-Paper-Scissors twist!

2 - 6 Players

Collect sets of 5 but if you find other players cards it's Finders Keepers!

2 to 4 Players

Build and defend your tower in this advanced game.

2 to 4 Players

Combine your Janken Deck with a standard one to play with 9 suits at once! Can you get 9 of a Kind first? 5 to 9 Players

Get three in a row before your opponent does. You can use any suit to win, but so can your opponent! 2 to 4 Players

Attack your opponent with spells to diminish their health points while you defend yourself from their attacks. For 2 or 3 advanced Janken Deck players.

A mash up of Old Maid and Go Fish!

2 to 6 Players

Knock over the bowling pins for points!

1 to 4 Players

Play as Ping Pong, Tennis or Volleyball!

Play with 2 or 4 Players for Doubles!

2 to 6 Player Games