2 Player Games for Valentine's Day Part 3

Posted by Frankie Wright on

Are you and your valentine as cute as two foxes in the forest? Do You know what else is cute in the forest? Board Games! They are cute everywhere. In our continuing series of 2 player board games for Valentine’s Day, we have arrived at The Fox in the Forest and The Fox in the Forest Duet.

We are starting this week off with The Fox in the Forest, a competitive trick-taking game for two players. Once upon a time, a woodcutter and his daughter lived in a small village bordering the forest. She had traveled with him and had seen him speak with the forest animals.

Utilize the special abilities on the Fairy Tale characters to change the trump suit, lead even after you lose a trick, and more. The beautiful illustrations of the unique characters will help you quickly analyze your options.

Score points by winning more tricks than your opponent, but don't get greedy! Win too many tricks, and you will fall like the villain in so many fairy tales.

For our second game this week, once again join the Fairy Tale characters in The Fox in the Forest Duet, an innovative cooperative twist on The Fox in the Forest. Work together to play tricks and move through the forest. Use the special abilities of the characters to exchange cards with each other, let your teammate follow with any card regardless of suit, and more.

Win as a team by collecting all the gems, but be careful to stay on the path and not get lost in the forest!

Whether you are looking to compete with your valentine or cooperate with them, a trip to "The Forest" could be just the Valentine’s Day surprise you are looking for.

This is a multi-part blog series.

See part 1 here.

See part 2 here.

See Part 4 here.

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