Full Sun Game

How To Play Full Sun

Full Sun Game Rules (PDF Instructions)

3 - 5
Play Time
30 MIN
Play Time
Breathe in all the fresh air in this tree inspired card game that is fun for the whole family. Players try to end the round winning the exact number of turns as the suns that are indicated on your last card played. This is much easier said than done. You can say "timber!" to your perfect strategy as your opponents mess everything up the last two turns of the game. First player to win three sun tokens will become the winner.

Full Sun includes both cards and tokens which make this little game a fun one to have in your collection. You'll have to force yourself to lose at times to accomplish your greater mission of winning the round. It is kind of every person for themselves. Games are adjusted based on the amount of players you have so it should only take about a half hour to find your winner. Learn more about Full Sun below and be sure to grab yourself a copy today!

Board Game Capital's Review:
Full Sun CardsNow this is a very interesting game (and at times can be somewhat maddening)! Full Sun is a very simple card game with enough twists on the rules that makes it very unique. Strategy begins at the very beginning of the round but slowly starts to change mid way through. Then, it might get completely destroyed at the end by the last two or three turns. Just when you thought you had played the round right, you get forced to play the wrong cards and fail. This made for some interesting games where sometimes you would win by accident.

Some rounds, many people got a point. Other rounds, back to back, there were no winners. This made for some interesting game play and made getting to three points slightly more challenging. The game recommends ages 14+ although we had a 10 year old playing with no problem. It's a great family friendly card game that doesn't take a while to explain. It does take a minute to rewire your brain into not wanting to win every turn but to rather win the whole round (which sometimes means forcing yourself to lose).

The game is made of middle ground materials. Cards and tokens were actually pretty decent while the game box felt very cheap. Game rules fit nicely in the box and had some pretty good examples to help describe different scenarios. We also liked how the game gets adjusted based on the amount of people that are playing. This helps things not get too drawn out with fewer players.

Full Sun TokensOne teeny tiny little complaint - the numbers on the cards are only on the top of the cards (not like normal face cards) so we had to turn the cards around every time new ones were dealt out. Not huge but would have been nice to have number on the opposite corners. Maybe put suns on the opposite side too so they are fully symmetric?

Overall, this is a great little game to have in your collection. Is it the most exciting game in the world? No. Is it fun to spend some time playing it with your friends and family and moan and groan when they ruin your strategy. Yes! The whole tree theme is kind of cute but honestly we were too caught up with the colors, numbers and suns on the bottom that we didn't pay too much attention to all the tree details. Game play is just enough different that it makes for a breath of fresh air compared to other games - might be from all the trees.
  • 70 Cards
  • 10 Point Tokens
  • Official Full Sun Game Rules And Instructions
How to Win
Be the first player to score three points by winning a certain number of tricks in each round (depending on the last card you play).
How to Win
Please keep in mind that the official Full Sun PDF rules listed below could be different depending on the version you have. They should be an exact copy of what came in your original packaging. Download them to view now or print them for later use.

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