Review of the End's GameSome people enjoy playing a card game called 'The End's Game' but I am one of those people. It is a good card game and it is great fun, but I'm not sure that it's a very interesting paper topic. There are two things that prevent me from enjoying this game as much as others. First, it is only played with four people, and second, it is a set up game so I know the rules before I even begin playing.
So let's have a look at 'The End's Game' and see how it compares to some other possible paper topics. The first thing I must say is that the rules are simple and straightforward and that makes it easy to understand. In fact, I really like the game because it keeps everything simple and straight forward, especially for me.
It's the type of game where each player is dealt four cards in a row. This means that the first player is dealt first, the second player is dealt second, etc. The rest of the cards are dealt in a clockwise fashion. The number of players that are going to be involved are just a choice that is made at the start of the game. Once the setup is over, it really doesn't matter who gets dealt first or last.
As soon as the setup is over, the players take turns playing their cards out. I have read a number of sites that tell you how to play, but that's not what I am doing in this game. I have been doing the majority of the play that is involved with it and that's fine with me.
Another thing that I like about this game is that it is a card game where the card involved is exactly what the name implies. It's not a game of chance because there is no chance involved.
I've heard people calling it 'a game of chance', but they are wrong because card games are not games of chance. Card games are a type of gambling and there is a legal way to play that. There is gambling, which is not betting. Gambling can involve card games where everyone gets dealt different cards and that is when gambling takes place.
The most important thing I know about 'The End's Game' is that it is played with four people. I don't like to play games with more than four people because the math becomes difficult. You need to know when to take your turn again. But that is not really a problem when you are doing the majority of the play that is involved with the game.
My favorite part of the game is when people end up making seven, eight, or nine cards. That is usually when the fun comes in. I also enjoy the anticipation of what might happen next.