What is it about dinosaurs that makes them so appealing to generation after generation?
Whatever it is we've got it in bucketloads. Full of beautiful, realistic and dramatic illustrations, Gigatosaurus, Velociraptor, Brachiosaurus and Triceratops all feature. If you don't know your Archaeopteryx from your Euoplocephalus you need this Top Trumps pack now!
Top Trumps has been played since the 1970s when the first packs took the playgrounds of the UK by storm. And its success is partly due to how easy and compelling it is to play: shuffle and deal all the cards face down. Each player takes their cards and holds them so that they can see the top card only. The player to the dealer's left starts by reading out a selected statistic (e.g. Weight or Speed). The other players then read out the same statistic from their own top cards. The player with the best or highest value wins and places all the top cards including their own to the bottom of their own pile. It is then that player's turn to choose a statistic from the next card. If two or more cards share the top value or data is unavailable for that statistic, then all the top cards are placed in the middle and the same player chooses from the next card. The winner of that hand takes all the cards from the middle as well. The person with all the cards at the end is the winner, easy.