1. Old Maid
For this game, you should use 51 cards (remove one of the queens from the pack). Shuffle the deck, and deal the cards, one at a time for each of the players. All the players don't necessarily have to have the same number of cards.
The games is started off by everyone removing the cards, in pairs of 2 (2 queens, 2 jacks, etc.) If you have 3 of a particular set, you have to keep the remaining one card. The player to the left of the dealer starts by showing his hand to the player left of him. That player gets to pick a card, and discards any pair that may have been formed. This continues till all cards have been paired. The person left with the Queen is the Old Maid!
In this game, the King ranks high, and the Ace ranks low. Only 2 players can play this game. 26 cards are given for each of the players. The cards are set face - down. The players reveal the top card from their pack. The highest rank wins. If the cards are of a similar rank, both cards are put face - down. They take a card from each of their packs and put them face - down on top of those cards. They pick another set of cards and see. The winner takes all 6 cards. If the rank is same again, the process is repeated. The winner gets all 10 cards. The person with the most number of cards at the end of the game wins.
In this game, the number of cards to be used depends on the number of players playing. There should be four cards for each player, in the same suit for e.g. if there are 5 players, there must be 5 suits i.e. 5 Jacks, 5 Kings, 5 Aces, etc. The cards are shuffled and each player is given a card one by one. After this, each player passes a card from his hand to the player to his left, and receives a card from his right. When a player gets all 4 cards of a particular suit, the player stops passing and receiving, and puts a finger to his nose. The rest of the players have to follow suit. The player who does so last is the Pig!