"Love this game!!!! It's fun whether you have just 2 people to play or 8! Fast paced and addicting, I would recommend it to anyone!"
Erika Smith, Fairfield, OH
The simplest answer we can offer is this: It’s kind of like solitaire. But with multiple players. And a lot more speed. And color. And fun.
Dutch Blitz demands players think fast and act fast. It also demands that they keep an eye on their competition. That’s why we think Dutch Blitz is most perfect party card game ever invented. We’re pretty sure some of our fans would agree.
Now, the best way to understand Dutch Blitz is to play Dutch Blitz. And we would encourage you to buy your own Dutch Blitz set today. But if you’re looking for more information first, check out our Rules page and our archive of Frequently Asked Questions.
Dutch Blitz was the brainchild of Werner Ernst George Muller, a German immigrant and optometrist who thought the game might help his children more easily learn about colors and numbers.
We can’t tell you whether or not Dutch Blitz accomplished that goal. All we know is that, somewhere along the line, Muller’s game captured the imaginations of gamers throughout Eastern and Central Pennsylvania.
The game has since spread far and wide, and today, Dutch Blitz fans can be found in every corner of the world (find us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter) and can be purchased at more than 200 different locations in eight different countries. See list of distributors