Killer Bunnies Conquest Blue Starter Card Game
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- Killer Bunnies have grown into a worldwide phenomenon
- Plays as a stand alone game or can be combined with Killer Bunnies Quest card game
- Game includes 165 large cards, 36 small cards, 6 twelve-sided dice, 30 vouchers and instructions
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Top Customer Reviews
This game follows the formula of Killer Bunnies Quest in terms of play style and presentation. It feels like I'm playing the original killer bunnies, and I say that as a very positive thing. The game play is basically the same, but there are all new cards and abilities. One great new game mechanic is a ever changing metal "stock market" that adds some more depth to the game.
The packaging is excellent with plenty of room in the box to fit the hopefully upcoming expansions to conquest. I almost debated buying another set to put all my Quest cards in.
The cards seem to be of a slightly higher quality than the ones from Quest, in other words excellent.
As a booster it will fit in well with Quest, the only problem is that the metal cards will get lost in the legion of other cards. Once a few more Conquest expansions are released this problem should fix its self.
The only issues I have with this game is that the dice in this version are extremely dark and hard to see which colors are which. Black, purple, and blue are all identical. Also, the cards feel a bit cheaper than the original Quest cards. And the metals shop dice (an new addition) have started to wear and tear with use and it's hard to tell which colors those are as well. Not the creator's fault; obviously the company tried to go cheaper this time around.
The first thing I noticed about the base game was that the cards were incredibly eye-catching. The bright colors allowed me to see at a glance what everyone else had in play, a plus for people who strain their eyes to see across far distances. The colors of the draw deck's card backs also serve well in separating the expansions from each other and from the base game...allowing players to switch out expansions with ease. The box itself is large enough to hold more decks as you purchase them, which is a nice touch. It is obvious that a lot of thought went into making this game as it is very easy to set up and play.
There is a bit of luck involved, seeing as how the players require certain cards to collect carrots and place bunnies into play. It's possible for an unlucky individual not to draw bunnies while playing or to be hit with a lot of weapon cards, spelling their doom when the game's end comes around...though it is a rare event and luck can work both ways.
The game wasn't hard to teach...in fact it took me less than twenty minutes to teach the eleven year old how to play. However, I must admit I was a little overwhelmed at first with all of the cards and play mechanics when trying to initially teach myself. While the verbal rules primer I gave were fairly sufficient, a few rounds in-game were needed so that we could physically see how the Run cards eventually became part of the Bunny Circle. Understanding the game comes easier after the first few playthrus, so try not to get frustrated on your first few games.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I absolutely love this card game and highly recommend it! My friend introduced this to me and I loved it so much that I just had to buy my own.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
A great way to pit friend against friend! So much fun! Can't wait to get more for my collection!Published 14 months ago by Jenn
Bought mainly as a christmas present for my friend, and now we always play when we go over to his house. Our group of friends has really fallen in love with this game. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Kelvin Lin
I decided to buy this game after playing the original killer bunnies. I was just going to get expansions for that game but after finding out that these games could be combined I... Read morePublished 23 months ago by brandon
If you already own the original game there isn't a lot of reason to buy this one as the game play isn't much different. Read morePublished on January 29, 2014 by Brett
My kids ages 8, 14, 17 love this game! Good for ages 8 & up as it takes some learning to play.Published on January 13, 2014 by Laurie
Fun with 2 or more people. Providing interesting game play as well as a pace that keeps everyone interested in the game but not so much and to restrict causal conversation.Published on January 3, 2014 by Anthony Ausborn
Killer Bunnies is endlessly entertaining. It has a bit of a steep learning curve, but walking through one game will be enough for nearly everyone to pick up. Read morePublished on December 20, 2013 by L. Hamilton