Imploding Kittens: This is the First Expansion of Exploding Kittens
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- This is the first expansion pack of Exploding Kittens.
- Includes 20 new cards illustrated by The Oatmeal.
- Expands the core deck from 5 to 6 players.
- Compatible with all Exploding Kittens Deck EXCEPT FOR the Party Pack!
- A human sized "Cone of Shame" turn indicator.
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This is the First Expansion of Exploding Kittens
Exploding Kittens is a card game that made Kickstarter history when it became the most-backed project, ever.
This is an expansion deck of Exploding Kittens. This is not a standalone game it requires a copy of Exploding Kittens to play.
Includes 20 new cards, illustrated by The Oatmeal, a card to expand the core deck from 5 players to 6 players, and a human sized Cone of Shame turn indicator.
Imploding Kittens is the first Expansion of Exploding Kittens, the award-winning card game that made Kickstarter history as the most-backed project, ever. This Expansion deck includes 20 new cards featuring 5 new types of actions AND an "Imploding Kitten" which increases the game from 5 to 6 players. This is not a standalone game - it requires a copy of Exploding Kittens (any version) to play.
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o Alter the Future, where you can not only peek at, but switch the first three cards.
o Reverse, where you reverse the order of play.
o Draw from the Bottom, where you do exactly what it says. This is useful when you know someone is out to get you.
o Target Attack, which is played like an attack, but you get to pick the player you wish to attack.
o Feral cat, which is like a wild (haha!) card for cat cards! These definitely change the game.
o Imploding kitten, which cannot be diffused! The addition of this card also allows for 6 players instead of the old maximum of 5.
You also receive a human-sized Cone of Shame for the first person to forget which player's turn is next. My daughter is WAY more excited about this than I am. That's probably the point.
You can choose to play with ANY OR ALL of the new expansion cards. Pick and choose your favourites! The only thing I feel must be noted is that several of the new action cards are for playing with 3 or more players. Choosing who to attack or reversing order, for example, wouldn't make a difference in a 2 player game.
The artwork is hilarious, as expected from The Oatmeal. Overall, if you are a fan of Exploding Kittens, this expansion is pretty much a necessity, especially if you often play with a group.
The Imploding Kitten card is diabolical. When drawn, it must be put back in the deck, face up, and the next person to draw it is out of the game, period. No Defuse card may be played, and it cannot be noped. Suddenly, that Shuffle card you drew three rounds ago just became a lot more important, didn't it?
The ability to reverse the order of play, a la Uno, also adds a new twist.
As always, the cards are beautifully done.
The game remains a pleasure to play, as I do often with my work friends during lunch. As long as Exploding Kittens keeps putting out new expansions, I plan to buy them.
It's really not usable because it makes the game not fun when you can tell them apart. :/
We played with the "cone of shame" which is a fun gimmick, but not something that will see the table regularly.
My favorite thing is how they included components to convert your existing box into one that will hold all the new cards and your instructions in the current box quite comfortably. It's a great expansion.