This is a deck funded on Kickstarter that took forever to arrive. Was it worth the wait? Let’s check them out! Continue reading “Kingdoms of a New World – Mortensen Games”
So I wouldn’t normally cover something quite like this but I received these cards as a momento from a transfer student that we had staying with us from Spain. Hence the Spanish. Sorry if I translated that incorrectly, Ines but I truly do appreciate the deck of cards. Continue reading “Fournier – Edicion Recuerda – Fundacion Reina Sofia (Remembrance Edition – Queen Sofia Foundation)”
For the first post in the return to Deck Review I have decided to go with a deck that is uniquely Canadian.
Back in the 1970’s the International Playing Card Co. based out of Windsor, Ontario (and now Brampton, Ontario), designed and released a deck of playing cards that was not only uniquely Canadian but confusingly so. They launched the Texan No.45 decks lovingly nicknamed “Palmettos” in blue and red. Continue reading “Texan No.45 “Palmettos””