It's a card game for 2 or more players that is popular in Germany, the United States, Brazil, Poland, the Netherlands and some other areas. Whoever gets rid of his/her cards first wins the game. Mau Mau is very similar to the game Uno and Flaps, both belonging to the larger Crazy Eights or shedding family of card games. However Mau Mau is played with a regular deck of playing cards.
One can play a card if it corresponds to the suit or value of the open card. E.g. on a 10 of spades, only other spades can be played or other 10s. If a player is not able to, they draw one card from the stack. If he can play this card, he may do so, otherwise he keeps the drawn card and passes his turn. From Wikipedia.
It's a shedding-type card game for 2 or 4 players. The object of the game is to be the first to get rid of all the player's cards to a discard pile.
Five cards are dealt to each player. The remaining cards of the deck are placed face down at the center of the table. The top card is then turned face up to start the game.
Players discard by matching rank or suit with the top card of the discard pile, starting with the player left of the dealer. If a player is unable to match the rank or suit of the top card of the discard pile and does not have an eight, they draw cards from the stockpile until getting a playable card. When a player plays an eight, they must declare the suit that the next player is to play; that player must then follow the named suit or play another eight. From Wikipedia.
It's a 4-card trick-and-draw game played by 2 or 4 players in fixed partnerships with a 32-card piquet deck consisting of the 32 cards of the ranks ace, king, queen, jack, ten and 7–9. Card suits do not play a role in this game, and there is no ranking order. Aces and tens have card-point values of 10 points each, while all other cards have no card-point value. Together with the 10 points awarded for winning the last trick, there are 90 points in a deal. The object is to win more than half of them, i.e. at least 50 points. A trick is won by the last player to play a card of the same rank as the card led. From Wikipedia.
It's a popular fishing-style game in a wide area of the Balkans. The aim is to capture cards from a layout on the table, by playing a card from hand which matches in number a table card or the sum of several table cards. The origin of the game is from Macedonia. The name of the game is also sometimes spelt "Tablanette".
The game is played with a full deck of 52 cards. Every player gets 6 cards, and 4 cards are put open on the table. Every player can use one card from his hand, and match it with in points one or more cards on the table. From Wikipedia.