Star Trek Fluxx: The Next Generation Game
You’ll need to think at Worf Factor 9 to win this version of Fluxx! Combine four of the cast (excluding Picard) for goals like “Tuesday Night Poker”, use special action cards like “Tractor Beam”, and play new rule cards like “Wormhole” to open more paths to victory. Engage!
Beam yourself aboard the Enterprise-D for a game ofStar Trek: The Next GenerationFluxx!JoinPicard, Riker, Data, and the rest of the TNG crew, to gather theKeepers you need for victory butdon't let Creepers like Q or theBorg keep you from your mission! With new cards like Darmok andthe Ruleof Acquisition, this version of Fluxx will take you into the 24thCentury!
Are you prepared to boldly go where no Fluxx game has gone before? Based on the ever-changing, endlessly-enjoyable Fluxx series, Star Trek Fluxx takes gameplay to an entirely new quadrant! The basic rules remain the same, but each deck features a full set of Keepers, Creepers, and Goals entirely based on notable episodes or recurring themes from the shows. Further enhancing the chaos and making each version feel different are a handful of themed Actions and Rules unique to the shows. If you’re a Trekkie and enjoy the fantastically frenetic Fluxx franchise, it would be “highly illogical” not to try this series out!
This is a truly chaotic game for the whole family! The entire deck is shuffled and players are dealt 3 cards each. The game begins with only a couple of basic rules, but new rules can be played and goals changed. There are four types of cards in Fluxx: Keepers, Goals, Actions, and New Rules. Keepers are the core of the game and are used to fulfill the current Goal (such as playing a certain combination of Keepers). Actions often affect one player, but can force everyone to draw cards, play cards, and even change the rules! Finally, New Rules add a whole new level of chaos by mandating how the game is played. During each turn, players draw and play as many cards as dictated by the current rules, striving to complete the current goal. But as you may have guessed, this is easier said than done; rules and goals are constantly in flux, requiring luck and timing to achieve victory!
Different versions of Fluxx maintain the basic game play and mainly change Keepers and Goals (for example, Math Fluxx has number cards as Keepers, with the goal of playing the number of your current age, the current date, or other specific numbers). 2-6 players; 5-30 minutes.