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Bears vs Babies: A Card Game From the Creators of Exploding Kittens
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- A Monster-Building Card Game From the Creators of Exploding Kittens.
- Family-friendly, highly-strategic party game for 2-5 players and only 20 minutes to play!
- Includes 107 Cards (2.5 x 3.5 inches), Playmat, FAQ sheet, Rule Book all inside a FURRY BOX!
- Grooming kit sold separately.
- Ages 10+
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How It Works
Stitch together a Handsome Salmon armed with knives and burritos, or a Pomeranian of Light and Wonder in business attire who can run at the speed of light. Give your creation limbs, weapons, and special hats to help prepare them for the inevitable infant onslaught.
In this highly strategic party game, outbuild the babies and other players to win!
This is a card game where you build monsters who eat babies. Whoever eats the most babies wins. It was made by the same intelligent, attractive, people who made the best selling, Kickstarter-record breaking game, Exploding Kittens. Each game includes 107 Cards (2.5 x 3.5 inches), a Playmat, an FAQ sheet, and a Rule Book all inside a FURRY BOX!
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Overall, it's an ok game. Slower paced, less players, weird rule set. While exploding kittens was actually an amazing game and clearly came from hours of fun testing, this feels more like an art idea that they tried to work a game around. It's not terrible as far as card games go, and the art style is classic oatmeal and adds some interest, but its just really a kind of meh and slow.
If you are a die hard oatmeal fan, then nothing anyone says will stop you from buying this. But I would honestly skip this one.
The art on the games is excellent, the game play is easy, but loads of fun, and it has a furry box... what else could you want?! Two player games are a blast, but so are group adventures!
Other than never winning, its fun.
~Ages: I have an 'expanded version' an extra 10 or 15 cards that are NSFW (lots of penis, breast, and poop cartoons. The regular pack, imo, is completely suitable for all ages, though younger kids might have difficulty learning the game. If you or your child is sensitive to odd cartoons, I would recommend going through the pack to double check. The game will not be hurt by pulling a couple of cards out of play. We have also played by teaming up a young player with an adult.
~Number of players: the game says 2-5. With my expansion pack, I have also pushed the boundaries and played with 6. I think the game has been the most fun with 2 or 3 players. Over 3 and players don't have the opportunity to take as many 'actions' and there is less ability to strategize per 'turn'.
~Game play: The game is more complicated than Exploding Kittens. It takes a bit longer to explain and to learn. I recommend watching the how-to video. Once you understand, it is easy to teach others. Also once you get the instructions down, there is more strategy involved than kittens, which honestly has barely any strategy at all to have a good time.
The game is played by creating Bears/monsters that fight other player's bears/monsters and fight Babies. Sometimes the babies beat the players. The game is won by the person who has defeated the most number of babies at the end. Strategy comes in as each player 'turn' is comprised of a certain number of 'actions' that let you build your monster/Bears or fight babies. With more players, each player has fewer actions.
I plan to buy a second deck for game play of 5+ players. With an extra deck, I believe we could let players have extra actions. (Four or five player games, each player only gets 2 actions, which is very difficult to advance.)
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