Snakes and Ladders
Snakes & Ladders Playing Cards
Living up to our tagline 'Fixing Games Since 2012', we've re-imagined the game of Snakes & Ladders but in a Quantum Mechanics kind of way! Twinned serpents create a snaking ladder using our trademark 13 repeating back marking system. Riffle through the deck to activate the animation and give your spectators a truly magical moment... then hit them with the other surprise tricks.
Easy to read markings
Multiple ways to read the backs, very clear and easy to determine value at a quick glimpse. Full detailed instructions included in the tutorial that accompanies this deck.
All aces, not just the ace of spades have custom snake illustrations incorporated into the design. The typical red color of the hearts and diamonds has been replaced with a golden yellow to match the rest of the deck. The royals in the courts have visual snake elements.
A really surprising moment when a snake shoots out of the deck in an instant and steals the corner of the spectators card. Use the flip-book animation to set them up then strike them with this for shocking reactions!
Snake Reveal Jokers
A super creative and fun way to reveal a spectators card. Inventive design uses the snake to reveal a force card of the 8 of diamonds! Use any color change to activate the transformation and change the snake into the spectators 'freely' chosen card! This is a great little trick in itself but can be combined with the Snakebite Gaff and other features in the deck to create a full Snakes & Ladders routine.
A great deck with a cool design and excellent handling
The cards are really nice. Very good quality, design and colors. The two jokers can make you perform a really nice trick but the gaff card with a snake that lets you perform the « snake bite trick » is a little cheap. There s a tutorial on how to make the « gimmick » but it s kinda cheap and not very clean (lots of tape and glue to make something clumsy + you have to sacrifice one of the cards to make the gimmick). I was disappointed regarding the quality of the rest of the deck. And the marking system is nice but nothing incredible. Kinda feel like a half missed thing.