The Ultimate Card Game Has Arrived!
dabong! combines aspects of traditional card games with a variety of non-traditional twists. It was specifically created for modern-day game players who like fast-paced and action-packed competition. With beginner, intermediate, and master level rules, dabong! is a blast for both children and adults!
The beginner level reinforces basic addition and subtraction, while intermediate and master levels add elements of other popular card games such as poker and blackjack. dabong! is unique because you can play multiple cards per turn, filling each game with surprises and rapid power shifts.
dabong! allows you to play anywhere and even sneak in a quick game whenever you have a few minutes with your friends.
For 2-5 players, playable in approximately 10 minutes.
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