Old Maid

Old Maid is a Victorian-era game for two to eight players. The late 1880s saw the first published sets, but the rest of the game’s past is a mystery. Therefore, we can’t say who developed it. Old Maid may have originated as a drinking game. Ironically, it’s a popular children’s Continue Reading


This game is said to be the creation of the 17th Century English poet, Sir John Suckling. Basically, it’s a conventional 52-card deck game. In cribbage, the goal is to score either 121 or 61 points first. Cards rank from highest to lowest, with Kings being the top and Aces Continue Reading


Speed is a game created for two players or more. It is thoroughly enjoyed by families and friends because of the thrill and adrenaline it gives. It is full of entertainment and players are hardly disappointed. They always want to play another round, even if they lose. It is a Continue Reading


Hearts is said to have originated in Spain in the 1700’s, and at that time was called Reversis. Then later it was revived in America in the 1880s and has evolved across the world since then. It has many variants which are played globally. The Hearts card game is essentially Continue Reading


If you’re looking for a fun game that will keep all players running on their toes, think 500 card game. Five hundred was developed and copyrighted in 1904, in the United States. However, the game is now the official game of the Australian and also played globally. The game is Continue Reading