The Game of Life Card Game

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Game of Life Card Game
Designer(s) Rob Daviau
Milton Bradley
Publisher(s) Parker Brothers
Hasbro
Players 2–4
Setup time 2 minutes
Playing time 30 minutes
Random chance Medium
Skill(s) required Hand management

The Game of Life Card Game is a card game created by Rob Daviau and published by Hasbro in 2002. The object of the game is to collect as many points as possible before the letters for L.I.F.E. are drawn. The game begins with each player first deciding whether to pick a career right away or go to college and get a career afterwards. Each turn, players draw to fill their hands and then complete goals by playing cards from their hand. Goals are completed by paying their cost in money or time. Each turn, a player has as much money or time as their career (and other time/money altering cards) allow. Goals have an associated point value to them and the player or team that collects the most points at the end of the game wins.

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