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Win At This Card Game By Mastering The Color Spectrum

It’s where Rummy meets Pantone.

Is there anything as OCD-satisfying as laying out color into the perfect rainbow gradient? We dare say not, which is why we’ve been charmed by Spectrix, a card game that’s all about organizing color.

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In Spectrix, each card is a color swatch, but otherwise, the mechanics are just like Rummy. You lay down cards in three-of-a-kind matching colors, or you lay them down in 3+ card color arrays. The goal is to get rid of your entire hand first.

Priced at $15 or less, Spectrix is a tempting stocking stuffer. And it’s one of many design-snob-friendly, color-based board games you can find by Funnybone Toys. (We know what you’re thinking. No, this isn’t a sponsored post! We’ve just found ourselves a bit late coming to the Funnybone party and realized we really dig what they do.)

Buy Spectrix on Cooper Hewitt or Amazon.

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Mark Wilson is a senior writer at Fast Company who has written about design, technology, and culture for almost 15 years. His work has appeared at Gizmodo, Kotaku, PopMech, PopSci, Esquire, American Photo and Lucky Peach

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