The Rules: You pick how you play and where you play The Flexdeck! Designed for YOU to come up with new, unique games that mix the classics. We believe that house rules are official rules.

Please see below for rules we play by in our house, how to videos and links to helpful resources on the web that we've found! We will add to this regularly - please share your game on our contact page so that we can share we others!


There are a lot of word games out there. Make Crosswords, find words from jumbles of cards, set rule variations for dominoes/card games, etc. Below are a few videos as well as written instructions. Also, here's a list of more word games on wikipedia. 

Video Below: A solo game we like to play with the letters is a variation of solitaire. To set up: make 11 piles of 5 cards each, turn the top card of each pile face up so that you can see the letters. The goal is to work your way through the entire Flexdeck making words from the letter combinations shown face up. From the letters shown on the table, can you make a word? If so, you can discard those letters. Turn over the next card from each of the piles that you were able to make a word from. With the new combination of letters now face up, can you make another word? If so discard those cards. You win when all cards from all piles have been used to make words. Making more piles of fewer cards will make it easier to win. Vice versa, do fewer piles if you want more of a challenge. Pro tip: There is only 1 'Q' and 2 'U's in the deck so in this game, you may want to be very careful about when you use your 'U".

Double-Six Dominoes Basics:

Did you know? Dominoes are actually the early predecessor to playing cards. With over a 1000 years of history, folks have come up with a lot of different games you can with these! Below is a video of some basic rules to start but for more info and dominoes rules, Here's how you can get started!

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