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There are many games that couples can try out! But if you and your friends want a more personal approach or maybe just want to geek out, adventure board games, card games, or co-op board games are the way to go!

And you can’t go wrong with a Star Wars card games if you’re looking for a unique playing experience! It’s like going on covert missions and fighting battle droids in the world of Star Wars with your favorite people!

Play one of these Star Wars card games and feel as if you and the other players have been transported to a galaxy far, far away!

Best Star Wars Games

With the wide array of options out there when it comes to Star Wars games, you can’t exactly pinpoint which one is the one for you. Don’t worry!

We’ve put together a list of the best Star Wars card games for you to check out. You and your friends will enjoy these Star Wars-themed two-player card games on your next date night!

1. Jabba’s Palace A Love Letter Game

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  • Player count: 2-6 players
  • Duration: 20 minutes or more
  • Ages: for ages 10 and up

Jabba’s Palace a Love Letter Game is just like the original Love Letter game but with a Star Wars twist! Like the original Love Letter, this is a deduction game. In this card game, you and the other players compete as members of the Rebel Alliance in Jabba’s Palace. Your goal is to outwit and outlast the others!

How to play Jabba’s Palace A Love Letter Game

Each round has an agenda that dictates how you can win that round. For example, the Exalted One agenda card means that whoever has the highest number in hand wins that round.

The round begins, and each player gets two cards, and players can play these cards to use their abilities as the game progresses. The contest ends when the player deck is empty or when only one player is left—who will win the round as the last man standing.

If there is more than one player alive with an empty deck, then players will have to follow the Agenda card that says how the round is won. Whoever wins the round will get a token, and the next round will begin.

The first person who collects enough of the required tokens wins the game. Since you are playing with your partner, the person with 6 tokens will emerge victorious!

What makes this game fun and interesting is the different card effects. If you are Jabba the Hutt and the person you picked has a rebel card; then they are out of the round.

If you have Mercenary, you can compare cards with other players. Whoever has the lowest card will be eliminated! You can even get temporary protection when playing Bib Fortuna, Luke Skywalker, Boba Fett, or Princess Leia Organa.

With 19 unique cards in this Star Wars version of Love Letter, you will have a fun experience in every round. It’s even more fun that the abilities you can use during the game are based on the skills of Star Wars characters, making it memorable for Star Wars fans!

Reasons to buy:

  • Definitely enjoyable for all lovers of the Star Wars franchise
  • Quick and simple fun-filled game
  • High level of replayability
  • Beautiful designs and illustrations
  • Mechanics are easy to understand

Reasons to avoid:

  • If you are looking for something more challenging, the level of difficulty isn’t high

2. Funko Pop! Something Wild! Star Wars The Mandalorian Card Game

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  • Player count: 2-4 players
  • Duration: 15 minutes or more
  • Ages: for ages 6 and up

Are you and your friends familiar with Funko Pop figurines based on popular characters? Did you know that Funko Pop also has card games? If you have heard of Funko Pop’s Something Wild card game, then the next game on our list should be familiar.

Funko Pop! Something Wild: Star Wars the Mandalorian Card Game is a fast-paced game perfect for those who like playing quick games. This card game is about character card combinations and using power cards against each other. It features nine iconic characters from the world of The Mandalorian in full-colored art.

How to play Funko Pop! Something Wild!: Star Wars The Mandalorian Card Game

To start playing, you must give 3 cards to each player. Players take turns drawing a card from the playing cards’ deck and playing one card from their current deck.

The objective of the game is to play the correct combination of cards. You can either combine 3 cards of the same number or 3 cards of the same colored cards with numbers in order. Each time you get the right character combination, you can get a power card. You can use these power cards and get an advantage in the game. Beat your partner and become the first person to collect 3 of the 10 power cards to emerge as the winner of your Something Wild: The Mandalorian Card Game!

If you and your partner want to play with a bigger group of friends, you can stack this game with the Something Wild: Darth Vader expansion pack for more cards and an even wilder deck!

Reasons to buy:

  • Super enjoyable for Star Wars lovers
  • Great base game and with possibilities of expansion by combining it with other Something Wild decks
  • Seeing Funko Pop versions of your favorite characters from The Mandalorian TV show is amusing

Reasons to avoid:

  • Instructions and rules for the game can be daunting and confusing at first

3. UNO Star Wars Matching Card Game

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  • Player count: 2-10 players
  • Duration: varies
  • Ages: for ages 7 and up

The UNO Star Wars Matching Card Game is just like the classic game UNO, but with that Star Wars twist, it is extra special. The deck shows different characters from the Skywalker Saga, both new and old faces from the franchise.

How to play UNO Star Wars Matching Card Game

This Star Wars edition of UNO plays just like the original but with some tweaks here and there. What makes this version of UNO special is the Force card, and the Force Card acts like a wild card but with an added feature.

Any player who plays the Force Card will pick a color and instruct another player to show their cards. If this player has a card of the same color, they must draw 2 cards from the pile. If that other player is lucky enough not to have one, then nothing happens, and the next player will play a card of the chosen color.

Beat your partner and use up all your cards, or end the game and collect the most points–The Force card is worth 50 points–and get bragging rights as the winner!

Reasons to buy:

  • Fun and easy to play
  • Level of difficulty is similar to the original game but with a new twist to keep it fresh
  • Small and portable making it easy to bring around and play with whenever you want

Reasons to avoid:

  • If you are looking for something more challenging, the level of difficulty in this game is just like the original UNO card game.

4. Aquarius Star Wars Playing Cards {aquarius-star-wars-playing-card}

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  • Player count: 1, 2-8 players
  • Duration: varies
  • Ages: Teen, Adult, Senior

We’ve mentioned different card games here, but sometimes, you just want to play classic card games with a regular deck of playing cards. We understand! Nothing beats a classic deck of cards if you just want something easy and familiar to play.

This doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy a Star Wars version of playing cards that will remind you of the galactic empire or the empire vs rebellion war which is a huge part of the Star Wars story.

The next game on our list is Sabacc-shaped playing cards. In case you didn’t know, Sabacc is a popular card game with numerous variations in the world of Star Wars! It is also a gambling game that Lando Calrissian and even Han Solo liked to play.

While you can’t play Sabacc exactly since it’s a fictional game after all, you can still pretend with a deck of Sabacc-shaped playing cards! It’s like playing with cards that Star Wars characters have played too!

Here’s a fun fact: this deck of playing cards takes inspiration from the original Sabacc card deck prop in the movie, Solo: A Star Wars Story.

Reasons to buy:

  • Cute novelty card game for fans of the Star Wars Franchise who are looking to get classic playing cards
  • Has a unique design and shape that Star Wars fans will love

Reasons to avoid:

  • If you are looking for the actual Sabacc card game, this deck is not for you
  • Cards have a unique shape which makes them hard to hold initially and will take some time to get used to

Party & Drinking Games

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