Exploding Kittens Card Game

January 13, 2018 - Comment

Exploding Kittens is a card match for individuals who are into kittens and explosions and laser beams and at times goats. In this very-strategic, kitty-powered model of Russian Roulette, gamers draw cards till someone attracts an Exploding Kitten, at which position they explode, they are useless, and they are out of the recreation — except

Exploding Kittens is a card match for individuals who are into kittens and explosions and laser beams and at times goats. In this very-strategic, kitty-powered model of Russian Roulette, gamers draw cards till someone attracts an Exploding Kitten, at which position they explode, they are useless, and they are out of the recreation — except if that player has a defuse card, which can defuse the Kitten utilizing items like laser ideas, belly rubs, and catnip sandwiches. All of the other playing cards in the deck are used to shift, mitigate, or steer clear of the Exploding Kittens. Exploding Kittens is the most-backed crowd funded task at any time, the most-funded match in the background of Kickstarter, and has paved the way for peace and tranquility in the present day world.

Product Features

  • Exploding Kittens is a card game for people who are into kittens and explosions and laser beams and sometimes goats.
  • Family-friendly, party game for 2-5 players (up to 9 players when combined with any other deck).
  • This is the most-backed project in Kickstarter history and all cards feature illustrations by The Oatmeal.
  • Includes 56 cards (2.5 x 3.5 inches), box, and instructions.
  • This box, like 99.99% of boxes, does not meow.

A Card Game for people who are into kittens and explosions and laser beams and sometimes goats.

How it Works

You put the cards on the table and take turns drawing from them.

If you draw an Exploding Kitten card, you explode.
When you explode, you die and you’re out of the game.

Unless!

You play a Defuse card, which will stop the kitten from exploding
using things like laser pointers, Kitten Yoga, and catnip sandwiches.

or

Play various cards to skip your turn, attack other players, peek at the deck, or secretly relocate an Exploding Kitten card.

Kickstarter-backed card game from the creators of The Oatmeal is the most-backed Kickstarter project to dateExploding Kittens game includes 56 cards, box and instructionsFun game for 2-5 players ages 7+123451qtyadd to carthelp us improve this page

Exploding Kittens is a card game designed by Elan Lee, Matthew Inman from the comics site The Oatmeal and Shane Small. Originally proposed as a Kickstarter project seeking US $10, 000 in crowdfunding, it exceeded the goal in eight minutes and on January 27, 2015, seven days after opening, it passed 6, 000 backers setting the record for most backers in Kickstarter history. At completion on February 19, 2015, it had $8, 782, 571 USD in pledges by 219, 382 backers. The campaign ended as the fourth most funded campaign on the crowdfunding site. The first play test of Exploding Kittens was recorded on YouTube by Smosh Games, who had the first deck. The backers started receiving delivery in late July 2015; all backers received the game by September 2015.

Exploding Kittens is a highly strategic kitty-powered version of Russian Roulette. Players take turns drawing cards until someone draws an exploding kitten and loses the game. The deck is made up of cards that let you avoid exploding by peeking at cards before you draw, forcing your opponent to draw multiple cards, or shuffling the deck.

Comments

Ski-ball says:

One HUGE flaw…

Scotty H98 says:

Hilarious and different Exploding Kittens is quite easily one of the most hilarious games I have played.I purchased Exploding Kittens a while ago as a gift for my wife. We are huge gamers! (board games) .. I host a game night among friends twice a month at my house. My friends and I are constantly buying and playing new games to play and Exploding Kittens are quite entertaining.I give this game high accolades for innovation and uniqueness. The images are hilarious and amusing. The game play is unique and stand out from many other games. I love the strategy and “luck of the draw” concept.The directions require ALOT of reading and take a few minutes and mistakes to get used to. For such a small deck, the game requires a lot of rules.Because of product quality and game play limitations, I have to give this game a 3 star rating.The quality of the playing cards are quite cheap and are not durable at all. It’s actually very disappointing because of the…

Jesse Eggers says:

Great game, production quality could be better… I must say, this game is funny and a blast to play. I can see why it has so many positive reviews. We love it, and would give the game five stars except for two issues. The first is that it is simply a card game. Paying $20 for a deck of cards seems a bit steep to me. However, honestly, that wouldn’t bother me as much if not for the second issue. The production quality of the cards are low. Most of the regular decks of cards I’ve played lasted longer than these. Within a few weeks, we were seeing wear on the cards that took some of the mystery out of what was in another players hands. Now, after about 20 games, every card is marked by wear on the edges. I would encourage the game developers to invest in a thicker card with a heavier wax like the ones many other card decks are made with. If you purchase the game, and you have a laminator, it may be wise to laminate before gameplay so the cards last a long time. If they do, it will be well worth having. It’s a hilarious…

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