"All change Stephen Tavener plays Fluxx
"Fluxx is a simple card game with rapidly changing rules. At the beginning of the game, the rules just say 'draw one card, play one card', so that's what you do. As the game progresses, these rules will change, and you may even find out how to win!
"The goals and keepers have clearly been chosen by someone with a sense of humour, and the play of the cards is fast, fun, and addictive, with little thought required. A good game to play with the family, the kids, or at the end of a gaming session (don't bring it out too soon - you may not want to play anything else!
"There isn't much more to say, really, since every game is different. Games can last as little as two turns, or players may go several times through the deck, the game can be quite stable, or the rules can change drastically from turn to turn.
"Fluxx has been taken up by Iron Crown Enterprises, who will be releasing a new edition - with revised artwork, but no other changes - early in 1998. The original edition is available from Looney Laboratories while stocks last.
"Fluxx was designed by Andrew Looney and is published by Looney Laboratories, PO Box 761, College Park, MD 20740, USA, WWW: www.wunderland.com/looneylabs. It is a card game for any number of players and takes 20 minutes or so to play. It is available from the above addresses for $7.95 plus postage ($4 for outside the US)."