Twice The Fun

By E.T.


  The Best Card Games are fantastic alternatives to screen time.  I get it.  You are bored.  Family members are anxious.  Times are unlike anything families have faced in their lifetimes.  Subsequently, planned activities are necessary to alleviate those blocks of time where all access to media needs to be “shut down”.  Walk away from the overabundance of streaming options that steal your focus and leave us functioning as zombies.  

One option to consider.  A card game.  One that is simple in design and playability.  One that is quick to learn.  Card games can be adapted for all age groups and induce laughter as a result of well created instructions that understand the functions of presenting a game that can be competitive, but not so competitive that fun still trumps the intent to win at all costs. 


This website presents 10 card games that we voted as the best family card games available from an assortment of companies that specialize in the toy/game industry. Support these companies and sample these games that will give your family time a solid 1 – 2 hours of non stop fun. Our #1 Twice The Fun brings together the best features for all ages.  

“TWICE THE FUN has non-stop play with the introduction of the wild cards Boomerang, Ricochet, Double Trouble, and Double Exchange”

No other card game embraces the #2 like Twice The Fun.  Double Trouble & Double Exchange along with the infamous Boomerang & Ricochet which makes this an addictive game for all members of the family ages 5 and up.

Play to win…smile at the twist of fate…if you don’t like receiving a bad card, boomerang it back or pick your victim and ricochet to the player of your choosing.  Now that’s Twice The Fun!

Playing Twice The Fun

The History behind Twice the Fun is also worth reading. The original name was DOS Twice The Fun.

The original DOS Twice the Fun was based on the number 2.  DOS.  Twice the Fun.  A Double Dose of Fun. Double Trouble.  Double Exchange.  The packaging promoted the card game as America’s #2 Card Game.  
The billion dollar company Mattel claimed their DOS card game is “The World’s #2 Card Game”.  YOU DECIDE!  What Card Game is #2? 


By Sasha


  The Best Card Games can often use the standard play of going from one player to the next while there are other card games that incorporate speed as all players use their hand/eye coordination to win.

One such game, Dutch Blitz has been around for decades as a family friendly card game that will test your skills, smarts and speed. 

This style of fast play can be useful for both kids and adults to improve their focus as numbers and colors must be quickly identified in order to play.  

“Competition fit for our national soccer team. The U.S. Women’s National Team plays DutchBlitz! When they’re not dominating the field, these atheletes know what it takes to have a vonderful goot time!”

   Speed card games make your brain work really hard. Similar to the difficulty in tongue twisters that leave one stuttering words that are nonsense, the quickness in trying to pair colors and numbers is much harder than one would think.  But because you’re having so much fun, you won’t even notice.

   The challenge of adapting to a card game that forces players to remain focused is what leads to an addiction. Perfect for parties and family game nights, Dutch Blitz has been a favorite of card players for decades—and it’s more popular today than ever. Our #2 card game as recognized by our talented judges. 

How did Dutch Blitz begin?

Dutch Blitz® was the brainchild of Werner Ernst George Muller, a German immigrant and optometrist who thought the game might help his children more easily learn about colors and numbers.

Muller’s game then captured the imaginations of gamers throughout Eastern and Central Pennsylvania.

The game has since spread far and wide, and today, Dutch Blitz fans can be found in every corner of the world.

History Can Be Fun With Chronology

By: Nathaniel


   History is one of those subjects that you either hate or love. There does not seem to be any middle ground. In fact, one comment often cited by students is that history is boring. What??? Anybody for the French Revolution? The discoveries of the America’s? Did Schindler’s List Movie keep you haunted for weeks surrounding the Holocaust and the historical implications?

   See….History is something that stirs the soul. It uncovers all the references that lead to where we are as an individual in this huge world. Our connections to ethnicities. Our family tree. It is all there. So what does this have to do with card games? Sometimes a gathering of people can have tremendous fun with a game environment that allows us to laugh at what little we remember and still connect dots to historical references

   Think you know which came first – the invention of mayonnaise or decaffeinated coffee? Lincoln’s Gettysburg address or John Deere’s first plow? Test your knowledge with Chronology by Buffalo Games – the game of all time. In Chronology, each player builds his or her own timeline of cards. On your turn, someone will read you a historical event from a card. You decide where that event falls in your timeline. If you are right, you keep the card and your timeline grows. The first player to build a timeline of 10 cards wins!


Sometimes we have to create an environment that makes learning fun and this is one of those products. It allows creativity yet uses history to induce laughter and understanding of chronological dates. The young kiddos might not have as much fun since their knowledge is limited, however, they can watch as parents and teenagers battle it out.