Jungle Speed is a lightning-fast card game for the entire family, where quick reflexes and a keen eye will put you on top. Flip your cards, watch your opponents and grab the totem at the right moment to win the game. Just when you think you've got it down, a new card can temporarily change the rules and keep you on the edge. Play starts when the first person flips a card. Moving around the table, symbols are revealed until two of the exposed cards match. Players with matching cards must then scramble to grasp the totem in the middle of the table; the loser gets the winner's cards and anything in the pot. With paws flying, be the first person to get rid of all your cards and win the game.
Jungle Speed (WiiWare)
Posted by Corbie Dillard
How does this unique card game of quick thinking and reflexes translate to WiiWare?
For those of you out there who aren't familiar with it, Jungle Speed is a unique card game that's recently become quite popular among card game fans. It’s essentially one of the "first one to get rid of all their cards" style and not only...
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Along with the release of Planet Pachinko this coming Monday, WiiWare gamers will also be treated to the delights of a jungle themed card game by the name of Jungle Speed. This might not be everyone’s cup of tea but we’re sure some younger gamers might get a kick out of it.
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