The #1 Card Game in Asia.
Background. The term, Gang of Four, was first used to describe four
powerful radicals in Communist China that rose to power during the Cultural
Revolution (1966-1976) and dominated Chinese politics during the early 1970s.
Led by Jiang Qing, a former actress and the power-hungry wife of Chairman Mao,
the Gang of Four dominated political, economic and cultural life in China for
years. One month after Mao's death, they were arrested and jailed, thus ending
China's slide into radicalism.
The Gang of Four card game was first conceived during the
upheaval of the Cultural Revolution. The game's inventor, Lee Yih, wanted to
convey the mystery, intrigue and intense struggle for power that embodied not
only China's recent political history - but also its past.
Like the political Gang of Four, the game embodies a never-ending battle for
supremacy - where the weak perish and the strong dominate. Good players, like
good politicians, must show cunning, flexibility and ruthlessness.
Winner of Tric Trac de Bronze 2003.
2 Player Help Cards
1 Score pad
1 Rules Booklet
Inside the box, you will find a
Days of Wonder
Web-Card, providing you with access to play Gang of Four Online at