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Paper Route

Fast action, two player, real-time... an arcade game - with cards.




Paper Route is an analog re-creation of classic video game action. You will be scrambling to press buttons to complete combinations, only you will be using cards instead of a video game controller. Your goal is to deliver papers, avoid danger, and vandalize houses better, and faster than your opponent.

Paper Route is a turn-less "real-time" game. At the start of a round five houses are paired with five obstacles. Together, they form a sequence of buttons that players must play in order to score their points. Once both players agree, the round begins and the players flip cards, one at a time, from the top of their deck and play them on a house. The faster you can play, the better... but be careful! If you mess up, you lose a life and if you lose all your lives, your opponent wins!


Paper Route is Father Geek Approved!
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Paper Route is also available as a FREE Print and Play game!
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Paper Route is the first game to be released using the Cardboard Arcade Controller Decks. You can find more information about Cardboard Arcade and how you can create your own games at my website:
Cardboard Arcade - Chevee Dodd []

Paper Route and Cardboard Arcade are © and ™ 2012 – Chevee Dodd: This work is made available under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported license, for information about this license visit:
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Average Rating 4 reviews
Publish Date September 14, 2012
Edition Second
Department Games
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Why buy this?

Paper Route is the card game equivalent to the 1984 arcade classic, Paperboy by Atari. How awesome is that? So awesome… I could not be more pleased with Paper Route and eagerly suggest it to all I play games with. It really is super fun.

  • 8-bit artwork from Martin Cobb (Pixel Lincoln)
  • Real-Time Action
  • 140 cards!


See It In Action

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Own It Played It Fun Priced Well High Replay Value Well Written Rules Nice Artwork


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