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  • Rocca

    from Tokyo, Japan

    Take a break from electronics with this beautiful Japanese card game

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About Rocca

Playing cards generally result in an aesthetic lift. But these Rocca cards, which won the Silver Award from the New York Art Directors Club, will have you taking a break from any electronic games. In 1995, while visiting Venice, Trulie Okamocek, the game designer of Rocca, met the renowned game designer, Alex Randolph. They became good friends, and upon Randolph's death in 2004, Okamocek was inspired to create his own game in homage to his dear friend. Rocca, derived from the Japanese word "Rokkaku" meaning "Hexagon" can be used to play either traditional games like poker, or the original games he devised. Mingle with your family or/ and friends to play Rocca, the "2D goes 3D" card game.

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