Go Fish: Play Online for Free (Solo & Multiplayer)

Go Fish is a delightful and easygoing "book collecting" card game that can be played by 2 to 6 players. The objective of the game is to collect sets of 4 cards of the same rank, called "books". Unlike games such as Hearts, Go Fish is a very simple game and therefore a favorite of people of all ages.

You can play the game online for free. No signup or registration is required to get started. Either play against the computer or other players online. Join a public table or create your own private table to invite friends and family for some card-matching fun. Dive into the pond and start fishing for those books!

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We've created a guide explaining how to play Go Fish in detail, so if you're new to the game, we suggest heading over there to get acquainted with the rules. The guide includes an interactive tutorial that will teach you the rules while playing the game. If you're just in need of a quick refresher, look no further.

The objective of Go Fish is to collect the most number of books. A book is a set of 4 cards with the same rank, such as 4 Jacks or 4 Sixes. Players start with 5 cards each (7 in a 2-player game). When it's your turn, you'll ask another player if they have a specific card. If they have cards of that rank, they must hand all of them over to you. And on top of that, you get another turn. If they don't, they'll tell you to "Go Fish!" and you draw a card from the collection of cards in the center, also called the pond. The game ends when any player's hand is empty, and the player with the most books wins.



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