Rocca Spiele Card Tower Game

3D Japanese playing cards with multiple playing options.

If you are craving for something fun, different and a little old school the Rocca Spiele Card Tower Game might be worth your while. A 2D card set printed in the style of 3D cubes. Each cube have 3 sides to it a face, the card labels and the dice side. This Japanese invention still lets you play poker, gin rummy, sevens or whatever traditional card game you can with a regular deck of cards plus an additional special game that can only be played with the Spiele Card set called the card tower. It is currently available in 4 varieties the original Rocca, rails, blocks and books.

$26 – $30
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