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'Florida Man: The Card Game' is about to put a ridiculous spin on game night

Kickstarter aims to raise $15,000 to produce game
Posted at 10:35 AM, Apr 04, 2019

A Los Angeles comic book store is hoping to raise enough money to get their new "Florida Man" card game into your game closet with the help of their recently launched Kickstarter campaign.

The Secret Headquarters says they've been developing "Florida Man: The Card Game" with the AdMagic company over the last few months and their headline and event cards, similar to Cards Against Humanity, have been written and designed... they just need to be printed.


So, how does the game work?

The company says they've been following Florida Man headlines for years and they want to celebrate Florida Man with a fun game. The two creators grew up in Florida and they say they can't get enough of Florida Man headlines.

Basically, one player (the judge) will present a headline card to the group, and yes, the headline cards are based on alleged true events that took place in Florida, then the other players (the Floridians), react by choosing their action cards to complete the headlines. The judge then decides the winning headline and that Floridian receives the Headline card to add to their pile. The Floridian awarded the most Headline Cards is the winner of the game.

The game includes an Instruction sheet, 100 headline cards, 300 action cards, 2 decoder cards and 1 headline card stand.

Everyone who submits a pledge to the Kickstarter receives something. But, if you pledge at least $20, you'll receive the Core Florida Man Card Game and a Florida Man $5 surprise. A $50 pledge will get you the Florida Man Card Game Expansion Pack as well. Those who pledge enough to get the game, will receive the game by September of 2019.

As of Tuesday morning, over $9,900 of the $15,000 goal has been pledged by supporters.

Click here to check out the Kickstarter campaign.