Thirty-Six Card Trick
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Genre Puzzle
Release 27th February 2008
Multi-player No

Thirty-Six Card Trick is a Texas Cowboy themed pair-matching memory game released on 27th February 2008, which is the day that FunOrb was released. However, this game has several twists as compared to ordinary pair-matching games (see Gameplay).


This game is played like any other pair matching game: to flip over pairs (18 pairs in this game) of cards (on the upper side has a picture that is shown on all the cards, and the underside has a certain picture that only appears twice in the set) such that two of the same image is shown. However, each game is timed and the cards sometimes switch places; in later levels, there are multiple swaps between each turn. There is also a limited number of times that a player can make a mistake.

Difficulty levels

The game offers two difficulty levels: Easy and Hard. In Easy mode the first card selected is revealed immediately: in Hard mode, it is highlighted until the second card is selected, and then the pair of cards is revealed simultaneously.

Card Images

The following table contains images of the cards in the game:

Card0 Card1 Card2 Card3 Card4 Card5 Card6 Card7 Card8 Card9
Card10 Card11 Card12 Card13 Card14 Card15 Card16 Card17 Card18


Total Achievements: 15
Total Orb Coins: 40
Total Orb Points: 4000
[Secret Achievements] | [Hidden Achievements] [Halloween Achievements]

Image Name Requirement Orb Points Orb Coins Members? Sorter
Cowboy Cowboy

Complete level 1

100 1 No AH
Deputy Deputy

Complete level 2

100 1 No AI
Expert Quickshot Expert Quickshot

Complete a level with 2:00 remaining

300 3 No AF
Expert Sharpshooter Expert Sharpshooter

Manage 4 hits in a row (Not counting the last two of a level)

200 2 No AN
Fastest Gun in the West Fastest Gun in the West

Complete a level with 2:30 remaining

500 5 No AG
Governor Governor

Complete level 5

500 5 No AL
Master Quickshot Master Quickshot

Complete a level with 1:30 remaining

200 2 No AE
Master Sharpshooter Master Sharpshooter

Manage 5 hits in a row (Not counting the last two of a level)

300 3 No AO
Mayor Mayor

Complete level 4

300 3 No AK
Memory Expert Memory Expert

Complete a level with no more than 18 misses

200 2 No AA
Memory Maniac Memory Maniac

Complete a level with no more than 9 misses

500 5 No AC
Memory Master Memory Master

Complete a level with no more than 12 misses

300 3 No AB
Quickshot Quickshot

Complete a level with 1:00 remaining

100 1 No AD
Sharpshooter Sharpshooter

Manage 3 hits in a row (Not counting the last two of a level)

200 2 No AM
Sheriff Sheriff

Complete level 3

200 2 No AJ
All information for these achievements is stored on their respective pages, along with walkthroughs and tips for many of them. So, if you notice a mistake, or have a good strategy, go there!

Did you notice a missing achievement? You can help the FunOrb Wiki by making a page for it. Simply type the achievement name in this box to make a page for it.

Game Removal

Mod Korpz, head of Funorb, has stated a few times that this game will be discontinued. Players that have earned achievements from this game will keep their achievements and their orb points even after this game has been discontinued. Mod Korpz stated that this game doesn't "fit in" with the company and gives the company a bad depiction. This is possibly due to the depictions of children wielding guns or stereotypes associated with the pictures.

This has sparked some controversy, as it will make it harder for newer players to climb the high scores after this game has been discontinued.

Currently, nobody knows exactly when this game will be discontinued.


  • In games where different achievements require the same action to be done (but to different extents), the first word of their names are usually Junior, Expert, Master and Virtuoso respectively (most evident in The Track Controller). However, for the Quickshot series of Achievements in this game, "Expert" and "Master" have switched their difficulty level.
  • Thirty-Six Card Trick was previously known as 36 Card Trick, but Jagex changed the name.