If you're into music, board games and puns, Lord of the Chords: The Punniest Music Theory Card Game is perfect (V-I) for you!
Play Notes according to a Key Signature to form Chords! Avoid getting Chopin-ed, Chord-Blocked or Put Under A Rest! Use your Instrument solos and stay sharp with strategic use of your Accidental Tokens!
The first player to form 3 Chords is the Lord of the Chords!
Rulebook comes with different setups for beginner and normal levels, as well as a fast-paced mini-game called Allegro Mode!
I bought this for a family Christmas gift. We enjoyed playing it together, but it does take a while to fully understand how to play.
Thank you for made this game!! i'm very happy with my Game, it's an excellent artwork!! Thank you
An amazing game, had a lot of fun to play with my students!
I bought this for my daughter who is 8 but very advanced in school. It took some time to learn, but she loves it and I love how it is even expanding my musical theory knowledge. Not for you if you don’t want to be mentally challenged, but we LOVE it!
I'm glad that someone finally made a music-themed set-building game. My family is now learning music theory as easily as playing Gin Rummy. There are a few typos here and there, but that's common for a new game.
Bundles of pun!
The game is really enjoyable both from a didactic and a gaming perspective. 100% advisable!
I'm not sure if I've ever enjoyed such a thrilling combination of edge-of-your-seat play fused with the knowledge that every victory is another flex of your musical muscles with friends and family. Even the most musically illiterate have been able to find a modicum of amusement from the games shared together. If only more people knew about this!
My husband and I are musicians and we homeschool our 3 kids. This games is a great way to teach theory and have fun!! Also epic customer service when our order was delayed.
I ordered this game as a gift for a work mate. It arrived in good order and he is ecstatic!
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