The card game that has been making waves in the media for years, Trump Cards, is being reborn as Trump Cards: The Trivia Card Game.
In this new game, players will play against each other in trivia-based challenges to win the most cards.
It will be the first new card-based game to hit the Canadian market since Cards Against Humanity and Cards Against the Word.
The game was created by an Ottawa-based company called Wildcard Games, which also produced Cards Against Children, Cards Against Life, and Cards With Love.
The company says it’s the first game to have a team of two, and will debut in October.
The Canadian company says the game will be available for the $19.99 Canadian retail price, which includes shipping and taxes.
“We are excited to bring this innovative game to the Canadian marketplace and offer it to our Canadian customers for the first time,” Wildcard CEO Chris Hagan said in a release.
“This is the first Canadian-produced game in over 25 years and it will have the opportunity to redefine what trivia games can be.”
It was originally designed to be played by two people, but the company says this will no longer be the case.
“I can’t tell you how many people I’ve had tell me, ‘Hey, I got the game, I can play it with my friends,’ or ‘I got the card game I can do the trivia game.’
But we wanted to make sure the card games we are releasing today are actually fun for all the players.”
The card games will be priced at $19, $19 and $24, with $5.99 shipping.
The publisher said that the game has been tested on children, but has not yet been released for adults.
“As with any new product, we can’t predict what consumers will think of it.
We have to take it one game at a time,” Hagan added.
The card-game was created to replace Cards Against People, which was released in 2001.
The Cards Against Cards game was originally created for use in school, and was based on the real-life scandal surrounding the American presidential candidate who was caught making racist remarks about Mexicans and Asians in 2000.
“The Cards Against Trump Cards” is being marketed as a way for players to create a game where they can “test their knowledge of political correctness and the consequences of their words and actions.”
The company is also launching a free app for the game that will include information on how to become a contestant.
The app will be launched in October and will be compatible with iOS and Android phones.
“When we released Cards Against Love, we said we wanted people to have an easier time learning the game so we designed Cards Against The Cards, a new and exciting way to learn about the game,” Wild Card CEO Chris Hansen said in the release.