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Hit the Deck by FUNDEX GAMESName: Hit the Deck
Company: FUNDEX GAMES
Age: 6 and up
Price: $3.99
Category: General Games

Hit the Deck is a fun and challenging card game for the whole family. By discarding matching colored or numbered cards, players compete to be the first player with no cards in their hand. But be careful, things turn exciting when word cards like “hit the deck” show up and the last player to slap the discard pile has to draw four additional cards.

A fast-paced variation on the time-tested classic Uno, this card game is great with 4-6 players who love a challenge. Be sure to take off any jewelry you may have on your hands because this game can get fast and aggressive. Hit the Deck is a great addition to the family game night.

Hit the Deck’s low price point is appealing to the budget conscious and the game itself is fun for all members of the family. This game can be a great “hand-sell” item as an add-on purchase.

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Phase 10 by FUNDEX GAMESName: Phase 10
Company: FUNDEX GAMES
Age: 8 and up
Price: $3.99
Category: General Games

Phase-10 by Fundex Games (ToyDirectory) is a fun-filled card game of strategy. Following a simple set of rules players race against each other to compile one of 10 “phases” (combination of cards such as 7 cards of the same color) before the others and thus move to the next round. The first player to complete all the phases wins the game.

Not since Uno has there been such a great family game. Whether playing a fast game with 2 players or a longer and livelier round with 6 players, this is a card game that everyone will love. Finally, a card game that doesn’t get old.

As consumers move to the lower price-point impulse buys, retailers would do well to stock this great title for family fun. Coming in under $5.00, moms, dads, teens and grads will find this card game hard to resist.

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