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41200 Killer Bunnies contains funny and satirical non - collectible, expandable card games. Specially, each booster provides a new level of strategy to the game, allowing it to ''grow'' with the player, remaining fresh and fun! Set includes: -3 Gameboard Sectors. -58 Large Cards. -5 Ships and Stands. -5 Markers. -Red Twenty - Sided Die. -Planet Saturn. -Instructions. Features: -Jupiter laser booster games. -Designer: Jeffrey Neil Bellinger. -Killer Bunnies collection. -Color: Red. -For 2 to 6 players. -90 minute playing time. -Ages 12 to adult. -Overall dimensions: 9'' H x 9'' W x 1.5'' D.
The Journey to Jupiter kicks into space-warp. The Jupiter Laser Red Booster Deck includes 55 new cards, 5 new ships, 3 Pineapple markers, a Red 20-sided die and the planet Saturn. Maybe you'll subject the players to a devastating Solar Flare or send your opponents' markers back into space with an annoying Cargo Blow. . With cunning and danger behind every asteroid, fun and good times will be hard to avoid. The Laser Red booster deck is definitely the thing -- it even includes the planet with the ring. Game includes 3 Gameboard Sectors, 58 Large Cards, 5 Ships and Stands, 5 Markers, a Red Twenty-sided Die, the Planet Saturn and Instructions. For 2 to 6 Players, 90 Minute Playing Time, Ages 12 to Adult.
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Be careful that you know what you are ordering. I ordered this booster pack instead of the actual game. Read morePublished on December 29, 2010 by JEW