Two Stacks is a game of skill mixed with a little chance. It’s exciting when you manage to clear your cards and it’s fun to figure out a new plan when everything goes wrong. I’ve had moments in this game where the whole table cheers because we drew the one card we needed. It really is that exciting, and because it can be quite challenging it feels like you earn your victories. I’m happy to announce that Two Stacks has found a home on my shelf.

(see more) -Kathleen Hartin, Game Reviewer for Meeple Mountain

“Two Stacks is a lightly strategic game where you get to play as a cooperative team to puzzle out the best way to play your number cards and beat the deck. Its compact size and quick play time make it a great on-the-go game for families, and an excellent addition to our gameschooling day.”

(see more) -Alexa Chaplin, Game Reviewer for Evertything Board Games

Two Stacks is a wonderful team building game that focuses on winning together rather than beating an opponent.
— Tanner Zaharis, game store clerk
I enjoyed that Two Stacks is a highly engaging cooperative game. There is no dead time in the game as every player has to work together to find a strategy to succeed. Every player’s contribution can be a valuable addition to the team dynamic and the game can be scaled in difficulty.
— Dr. Zachary Rethorn, Physical Therapist
Two Stacks is a hit, both for its mental challenge and team-oriented game play.
I love working together to beat the game.
— Ken Brown, PhD, Research Engineer in Aerodynamics
Two-stacks is a great departure from classic card games that pit players as adversaries. What a great way to turn an evening of competition into one of
— Heath Garris, PhD, Ecology Professor
Two stacks is an excellent party game. By design it puts groups working together for a common goal; a great way to get to know each other.
— Dr. Mike Davis, MD.
For me this game is a lot like life. The more collaboration there is, the better your chances of winning!

Two Stacks is easy to understand, and everyone gets a chance to contribute. That is what makes it one of the best leadership-development games I have played.
— Shannon Mikus, father of three teenagers