Rummy is one of the best card games to play with up to 5 other family members. While playing Rummy might seem complicated at first, it is an easy game that is perfect for family time. The Indian Rummy variants - Pool, Points, and Deals Rummy are the most fun rummy games.
The dealer deals 13 cards to each player one by one. the person sitting next to the dealer begins the game. He can either pick the open card or choose the next closed card from inside the pile. Once he chooses the card, he must discard the card that is least useful or is high in points. The players meld their cards into valid sequences and sets and the first player to make a valid declaration wins the game.
I Doubt It is an interesting card game for families. You will first need a dealer, who will deal one card each and then repeat the process again, to all the players. In this game, it’s okay if one player has more cards compared to another one.
Players arrange their cards any way they choose, but must not reveal their hands to others. The player on the dealer’s left begins the game with Ace and plays 1 or 2 aces on the table. Players can discard four cards at once. The next one will play two cards and the player next will discard three and it goes on in a similar manner. You can challenge the player if you suspect he is not throwing down the cards he claims to be discarding. The first player to put down all the cards wins the family card game.
Go Fish is a fun game that is quite entertaining even for the youngest card players. The game is similar to the game Authors.
Each player is given seven cards if there are three or more participants. The remaining cards are arranged in a stack, face down, which is called Fish Pond. All the players then arrange the cards in groups of Kings or threes. A player ask each player if they have the cards he is requesting. This continues till none of the players has the cards requested by the requester. In the end, the player who has no cards left wins this family card game.