So the guy in Evergrind probably isn't going to get some elaborate card minigame to playthrough. Given just how much time that would add onto the endgame and the sheer amount of code and bugtesting that would involve. However... Who says a game of cards has to involve traditional playing cards? Towards the end of the game, Griddle offers to play flashcards with you. He holds up 9 cards and gives a name, it's up to you to quickly match with what's on the bottom. Each incorrect guess knocks off 5 seconds from your timer (or you get 3 incorrect guesses before it automatically ends?) and your goal is to get as many correct as you can before time is up. There's plenty of difficulty levels/modes you could do with this. 1. Faces - Match the character portrait to the name below. Anything with a portrait is fair game - NPCs, bosses, artifacts, ghosts, etc. 2. Faces (hard) - Match the black silhouette of a character portrait to the name below. Maybe asking too much. 3. Location - Match the character portrait to the name below. (e.g: Which of the 9 characters are from Tai Ming, or Evergrind, South Evergrind, West Evergrind, Pillar Mountains, Startington,etc) 4. Sprite - Match the character sprite to the name below. 5. Monster - Match the monster loot to the monster name below. 6. Talents - Only if you're feeling particularly sadistic. Match the talent to the description below. 7. Random - All the above appearing in any random order. I reckon there's at least 200 unique character portraits across the game, so there's at least enough for a game of flash cards featuring option #1, if nothing else.