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Killer Bunnies Jupiter Blue Starter Card Game


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  • Killer Bunnies have grown into a worldwide phenomenon
  • Stategic card play and board movement
  • Includes 173 large cards, 53 small cards, 9 gameboard sectors and 5 dice
  • Also included are 40 vouchers, 20 ships and stands, 32 markers and instructions
  • Includes five different dice
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Killer Bunnies Jupiter Blue Starter Card Game + Killer Bunnies and the Journey to Jupiter Red Booster Deck + Killer Bunnies Odyssey 3-Pack Combo Starter Deck - Lively and Spry
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 12 x 4.8 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0014DW8UC
  • Item model number: 40200
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 13 - 15 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #235,699 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
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Blast off in Killer Bunnies and the Journey to Jupiter, the fast paced, action filled card and board game.  Venture out to the dark depths of outer space to find the Magic Carrot and bring it back to Jupiter, before your opponents.  On your journey, you must use bizarre and silly weapons to fight to keep your Bunnies alive, while trying to destroy your opponents’ Bunnies.  This, of course, can get awfully ruthless, unpleasantly vicious, hilariously malicious, and more entertaining than you may have thought possible. Part card game, part board game and a whole lot of off-the-wall strategic fun - KB Jupiter introduces all new hysterical card references and images, while it brings Killer Bunnies into an entirely new dimension. Game includes 173 Large Cards, 53 Small Cards, 9 Gameboard Sectors, 5 Dice, 40 Vouchers, 20 Ships and Stands, 32 Markers and Instructions. For 2 to 6 Players, 90 Minute Playing Time, Ages 13 to Adult.

Product Description

4102555 Features: -Jupiter starter games.-Designed by: Reiner Knizia.-For 2 players.-20 minute playing time.-Ages 10 to adult.-Mix decks to add more players. Color/Finish: -Color: Blue. Dimensions: -Overall dimensions: 12'' H x 4.75'' W x 12'' D. Collection: -Killer Bunnies collection.

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It's hilarious fun!
Tigerakp
Jupiter is likely a longer game because of the addition of the board and the complexities that comes with.
Jesse Chapman
Like I said, we only had this game for a week and we are already looking to buy the booster packs.
KFace

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Debbie on December 9, 2008
I am an avid fan of the original Killer Bunnies game, so naturally I couldn't wait to try this game out. The first time playing it (all were experienced Killer Bunnies players) was a bit slow as we made our way through the new rules and format. The set up took a while and each players turn take a bit longer. However, second time around was much faster and more exciting. This new game eliminates a lot of the chance and luckiness factor of the original game. You actually have to work to get carrots; you can't just draw a choose a carrot card. There is much more strategy involved. However, this game is much longer to play than the original, so if time is a factor it's something to keep in mind. The playing cards are in the same wacky nature as the old game, with references to sci-fi films and shows that sci-fi fans might appreciate (I didn't get all of them :-)) All in all, I would say this is a great game and a worthy investment for Killer Bunnies fans and game enthusiasts!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By D. White on January 17, 2010
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This game's greatest strength is its fine balance between strategic turn-based play (every player must play cards for two turns ahead of the current round, for instance) and the arbitrary luck of the draw, which could perfect or doom any almost strategy. I recommend this game more highly for gamers familiar with the original Killer Bunnies games. Though my family and I picked up most of the cute sci-fi references the first time around, the gameplay learning curve is precipitous: our first game took us several days spent paging through two lengthy though detailed manuals totalling over fifty pages. I trust it will be much more fun and smooth the second time around, should we ever want to bewilder a houseguest or test the limits of our patience. That said, it was certainly an adventure and a style of game we had never seen before, which was refreshing!
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I really liked the concept of this game. The flying around in space really made the game play much different. Once we played the game a few times it really seemed to catch on and we enjoyed playing it even more. Overall I am sad as it appears Playroom entertainment never continued making more add ons to the series besides the Jupiter Red Booster. If you are a die hard Killer Bunnies fan like my family is, you will enjoy this fun twist.
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By Chris on June 17, 2012
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I love all killer bunnies game.problem is my game I got here was missing 2 cards but I got doubles.im hoping to hear from the game company to
Tomorrow to get them sent to me.2nd time I've ordered k. Stuff and cards were missing. The ones that are packing are not doing a good job.luckilly the co.is nice and sent me the cards and hope will do for this.
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Killer Bunnies and the Journey to Jupiter is a more complex version of what you already know. If you're a hard core fan of Quest, then you'll likely enjoy Jupiter as well. In this version there is a board game component that adds to the complexity. Some of my friends prefer Jupiter and some of them prefer Quest. Jupiter is likely a longer game because of the addition of the board and the complexities that comes with. But it's a ton of fun. With things like this, I just tell people to buy it and try it. If they like it, great. If not, you can easily resell games like this on Amazon or eBay.
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