One deck of cards, two different games, an unlimited amount of family fun!
Fubnub is a strategy based, trick-taking, card game primarily designed for team play. Loosely inspired by the game of Euchre. Fubnub introduces some unique dealer advantages and a variety of point cards that help to make the game easy to learn, fun to play, and a fresh new challenge with every hand.
Designed for 1 to 4 players ages 10+. The average Fubnub play time is about 20 minutes. The winner is the first team to collect 7 of the 15 point cards.
Bad, Bad, Turtle is a quick paced, easy, game that requires you to have more luck than your opponents. Equally inspired by the card games 'War', 'Uno', and 'Exploding Kittens', Bad, Bad, Turtle includes a mix of features from each of those games plus a number of its own little wrinkles to make for just the right amount of silly fun in every quick game.
Designed for 2 to 4 players ages 5+. The average play time is about 10 minutes. The winner is the player who avoids all the geckos and is the first to find the turtle.
"She loves it! We've already played about 100 times!" - Damian, London, England
"Definitely having fun with it; did some storytelling and singing already." - Charles, Princeton Junction, NJ
"Thanks Kevin, you're the real deal. A gent." - Clive, UK
Fubnub & Bad, Bad, Turtle Card Types Explained
How to play Fubnub
How to play Bad, Bad, Turtle
Bad, Bad, Turtle Common Game Play Questions
Bad, Bad, Turtle
We also have an entirely new game mode that you can play called Bad, Bad, Turtle In-Hand! You can download the Bad, Bad, Turtle In-Hand inustrctions here.
· Bad, Bad, Turtle In-Hand: 2-5 players.
Fubnub & Bad, Bad, Turtle were created by Kevin Marshall of Dig Down Labs LLC in Dec of 2020.
The goal was something that was affordable, fun, and accessible to players of all ages and levels.
Each deck includes One Hundred (100) cards and One (1) instruction booklet -- which is everything needed to play both the Fubnub and Bad, Bad, Turtle games!
The lettering work for the logo, instruction booklet, and tuck box were done by Rus Wooton. The first printing of this deck was funded via a Kickstarter campaign with some really great & special backer support.