Exploding Kittens Card Game Review – Exploding Kittens a Card Game about Kittens and Sometimes Goats

Exploding Kittens Card Game Review – Exploding Kittens a Card Game about Kittens and Sometimes Goats


Exploding Kittens Card Game Review Exploding Kittens is a card game about kittens
and sometimes goats. Players draw cards until someone pulls up
the Exploding Kitten, explodes, and is out of the game. The pack has a deck of 56 cards. A defuse card saves you after drawing the
exploding kitten. You save yourself by having the defuse card
in your possession and using laser pointers, catnip sandwiches, and belly rubs cards. The other cards in the deck are used to move
or avoid and ease the effect of picking exploding kittens. Exploding Kittens is designed by Élan Lee (designer of Xbox, ARGs), Mathew Inman (The
Oatmeal), and Shane Small (Xbox, Marvel). It was the most funded game in Kickstarter
crowdfunding history, and received over 106,000 backers in just seven days after opening. From a Kickstarter project seeking an initial US$ 10,000 on January 27 2015, Exploding Kittens
received US$ 8,782,571 in pledges by 219,382 backers on February 19 2015, to become the
third biggest Kickstarter project ever. Features of Exploding Kittens a Card Game about Kittens and Sometimes Goats
Exploding Kittens game is much like Russian Roulette where players draw cards until someone
picks the exploding kitten and loses (unless they have the defuse card). A player can play as many cards as he wishes
and must end the turn by drawing another card. The deck contains several cards, with each
one measuring 2.5 x 3.5 inches. Cards types and features include: ·      Exploding Kitten: You lose if
you draw this card unless you have the Defuse card in which case the Exploding Kitten is
placed back in the deck and the defuse card is put aside and removed from the pack. ·      Defuse: Prevents a player from losing the game after drawing the Exploding
Kitten card. ·      Skip: You will not have to pick a card at the end of your turn. ·      Attack: You will not pick a card at the end of your turn and the next player
will be at a disadvantage and have two turns. ·      See the Future: The player is allowed to view the top three cards in the
deck. ·      Shuffle: The player is allowed to shuffle the deck. ·      Favor: Another player has to give the current player a card from their
hand. ·      Nope: Stops another player from continuing their turn but cannot be used to
stop the Exploding Kitten or Defuse cards. ·      Two of A kind: Steal a random card from another player by playing a pair
of matching kittens. ·      Three of a Kind: Steal a named card from another player by playing three
matching kittens. You get nothing if the player does not have
the card you named. ·      Mobile Version: A multi-player version was released in January 2016 on the
IOC platform with new content and an extra expansion deck. An Android version was released in April 2016
to allow for cross-platform play. ·      Slap: Ends the players turn and makes another player take any turns left plus
one more turn. The slap card on the expansion pack is like
the Attack card in the card deck. ·      Reverse: Reverses the turn order and the player skips picking a card. ·      Draw from the Bottom: The player picks from the bottom of pack and ends their
turn. ·      Annoy (in second expansion pack): Two random cards on the targeted players hand
cannot be played until the player picks a card. ·      Blind (in second expansion pack): All cards for the targeted players cards are
changed into cat butts until the player draws a card. ·      Fake Shuffle (in second expansion pack): Other players will see this as a shuffle
but you will see it as a fake shuffle and get a random card. ·      Kitten Role Call (in second expansion): Moves all the exploding kittens cards to the
top of the pack. ·      Alter the Future (in second expansion): Avoid exploding by switching up the playing
order. Is the Exploding Kittens A Game about Kittens and Explosions and Sometimes Goats Worth Buying? The Exploding Kitten card game is worth buying because it a fast paced game and is easy to
play. You can also play the game on all mobile platforms
and the illustrations are funny and cute. Pros ·      The game is exciting and easy
to play. ·      It is playable on any mobile device. ·      Two decks or expansion packs allow up to nine players to take part. Cons ·      The price of the deck of cards
appears to be higher than most of the other card games in the market. Conclusion The Exploding Kittens card game has made history
as the most backed Kickstarter project and the most funded game ever. You can play it on your mobile phone and has
a lot of moves and play cards making it an exciting game to play.

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