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Slamwich - A Fast Flipping Card Game
Bread-shaped cards are dealt evenly to players sitting in a circle. They then take turns flipping their top card onto the center pile. If 2 of the same cards appear in a row, such as 2 pickle cards, then that's a double decker! If 2 of the same cards are separated by a different card in the middle, such as 2 bacon cards with a peanut butter card in between, then that's gross, but it's also a slamwich! The first player to slap the pile when a double decker or a slamwich appears keeps the pile. But don't make a slip slap - that's when you slap the pile by mistake - or you'll lose a card. Players can also gain cards by stopping sandwich thieves, and muncher cards give you even more opportunities to gorge yourself on all the food. The first player to collect all the cards might lose their appetite, but they'll win the game!
  • For ages 6 and up
  • For 2-6 players
  • Includes 44 food cards, 8 muncher cards, 3 thief cards, and game instructions
  • 20 Minute playing time
  • Winner of the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Seal award
  • Parent's Choice Approved award
  • Made in USA

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3.0

A fast action card game

By Mom of Two

from Columbus OH

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Pros

  • Entertaining
  • Fun
  • Interactive

Cons

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    • Passing The Time

    Comments about Slamwich - A Fast Flipping Card Game:

    This card game is easy to learn. Even my 4 yr old likes playing it. The one downside is that it can take a while to finish. Also, over eager kids can slap your hands as they race to put down cards.

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