Just picked up a new game called "Bull in a China Shop". It's basically a card game with a bit of setup, but it seems like it would be very easy to play online with very little moderation. Here's how it works. There are 40 pieces of "China" to be purchased, each costs a "money". China comes in 3 colors - red, blue, and green, and various numeric values ranging from 3 to 8. You get more money by selecting a "bull" card, which may or may not be detremental to your china and/or the china of other players. There are a couple different types of bull cards. Most destroy specific colors of china. For example, "a red and a green", or "2 blue". There are a few that destroy "any 2". When you take one of these bulls, you must destroy your own corresponding china, if you have any. There are also bulls that destroy "all red" or "all 4/6/8". When you take those bulls, everyone loses all china of the specified type. Everyone starts the game with 2 china (a 3 and a 4 of different colors), one money, and a "pass". On your turn, you can do one of three things: Buy china - You can only do this if you have money. Take a bull - This gives you a money. You can only do this if you don't already have 2 money. Pass - You can do this at any time, but you only get 1 pass during the entire game. At the beginning of the game, 5 pieces of china are dealt face up and 5 bulls. That is what everyone picks from. At the end of the turn when the last piece of china has been taken, 5 more are dealt out. Same with the bulls, when they are depleted. The bull deck may eventually be reshuffled. When the last china has been taken, the game ends. There are 4 points during the game when scores are taken. They are after each group of 10 china (every other deal of 5). Each player scores their own china by adding up the following: - The highest card they have of each color - The lowest card they have of each color - The total of any 1 color - The total of all of their china. That's everything. The nice thing here is that the moderator only needs to get involved when more cards need to be dealt, which only happens occassionally. The box says it plays with 3-5 players. I could moderate. I could probably play as well if everyone trusts me not to stack the deck in my favor, but if 5 others want to play, I'm good with just moderating. Any interest?