We printed a special limited edition of Scopa a few years ago.
We're down to just a few hundred decks, so we are offering signed copies of Scopa to Spiel listeners and supporters!
The decks are $15, plus shipping ($5 for US residents).
To order, use the button below!
For international orders, please email me and include your address, so I can let you know the cost of shipping.
For more information on Scopa, read on!
From Magellan to the modern day, Scopa, the classic Italian card game, has been enjoyed for nearly 500 years.
Players capture cards from a central area to score points at the end of each round or "sweep" the table clean of cards (Scopa means sweep in Italian). The first player to collect 11 points over a series of rounds wins the game.
Scopa is played with a 40 card deck, 10 cards in four different suits. The suits in a traditional Scopa deck are swords, cups, clubs (literal clubs), and coins. Each suit has cards ranked from ace to seven and three face cards: The King, The Knight, and The Squire (or in some decks, The Lady).
The Spiel Scopa deck has a fun twist. We replace the traditional suits with game components: dice, cominoes, cards and meeples.