- 52 standard Playing Cards
- 8 Wild Cards
- 3 Reference Cards
Guide to The Wilds
A quick key to what’s what when it comes to the Wild Cards!
Wild – Any card, any value
Black wild – Any value, club or spade
Red Wild – Any value, heart or diamond
Wild Spade – Any value spade
Wild Diamond – Any value diamond
Wild Heart – Any value heart
Add The Wilds Cards To Your Favorite Games!
You may combine these Wild Cards with a standard 52-card deck to add a fun, exciting twist to most classic card games. For example:
CANGKULAN: You may discard the Wild Card if the symbol matches with the latest discarded card on the discard pile. Wild Card has the highest points, and the player is entitled to determine a card to be played for the next round.
4I: Wild Cards are worth 10 points each and can stand in for any suit they match.
CAPSA: Wild Cards can be played as a part on a set of cards (Pair, Straight, Full House, or otherwise), as long as it DOES NOT have a matching symbol with all cards others in the set.
(Example: Wild Diamond CAN’T BE USED as a Pair with AS Diamond).
Exclusive Game: Wild Race!
Finally, here are the rules for a game you may not know but we call this game WILD RACE! but for your kind information, this game is as same as slapjack with little few changes.
To win, get rid of your cards first by being quick to slap the discard pile when a Wild Card shows up.
- Shuffle ALL cards in the deck, including all 8 Wild Cards.
- Deal all of them out to each player evenly. If there are any leftovers, put them FACE-DOWN on the table to start a discard pile.
- Each player keeps their individual deck in front of them, face-down.
Flip a Card!
Take turns flipping 1 card FACE-UP from your deck to the discard pile in clockwise turn order.
Watch For Wild Cards!
Watch the discard pile carefully and when any type of WILD CARD is played, you must act QUICKLY!
Slap The Wild Card!
Players RACE to slap the Wild Card on the discard pile with their bare hands as soon as they see it!
Don’t Be Last!
If you’re the LAST player to slap the pile you must collect cards from the discard pile.
If You Slap The Wild Card Last…
Depending on what Wild Card is showing, you must take cards from the discard pile and add them to your individual deck.
You must take ALL the cards from the discard pile and add them to your hand.
Remove all black cards from the discard pile and add them to your hand (the discard pile should now have only red cards), then shuffle your deck.
Remove all red cards from the discard pile and add them to your hand (the discard pile should now have only black cards), then shuffle your deck.
Remove all Club cards from the discard pile, add them to your hand and shuffle your deck.
Remove all Heart cards from the discard pile, add them to your hand and shuffle your deck.
Remove all Spade cards from the discard pile, add them to your hand and shuffle your deck.
Remove all Diamond cards from the discard pile, add them to your hand and shuffle your deck.
Important: If you’re the first to slap the pile when a wild card is not shown you must take all of the cards from the discard pile and shuffle them into your deck.
The player who lost the slap begins the next round by discarding a card from their deck to the discard pile.
If you’re the first player to discard all of the cards in your hand you win!
Note: If the last card discarded from your deck is a wild card you do not have to race to slap the pile – you have won the game!
Wild Twists Rule’s PDF
All in all
In my opinion, wild twists cards are good but not that great like you cannot play without this card. This is the standard deck with a few changes like they have 8 wild cards so you can play rummy, blackjack, go fish and poker etc with twists. If we talk about quality then it’s really good and the pricing is superb, they are priced at $2.99. If you want to try out these cards you can buy it from target.com or mattle.com. You will not feel much difference between these twisted decks and standard decks. You can try it out if you want to but according to me, it is not necessary. Do let us know in the comment section which card game we should cover next.