|Number of Game Players||2-5|
|Number of Pieces||1|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Release date||20 August 2017|
|Mfg Recommended age||10 - 100 years|
|Item Model Number||BVB-CORE|
|Product Dimensions||14.48 x 7.62 x 10.92 cm; 408.23 Grams|
Exploding Kittens BVB-CORE Bears vs Babies Card Game,Brown
Recommended Retail Price (RRP)The RRP displayed is the most recent manufacturer’s recommended retail price made available to Amazon AU.
|You Save:||$18.75 (38%)|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||14.5 x 7.6 x 10.9 centimetres|
|Number of Game Players||2-5|
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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
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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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A Monster Building Card Game from the Creators of Exploding Kittens
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!
How it Works
You build magnificent, glorious Monsters to…
…eat despicable, horrible babies.
The player to eat the most babies wins!
Beef up your monsters with friggin' sweet power tools, intravenous caffeine drips, nunchuck wielding t-rexs, and saucy sombreros.
Intensify gameplay with wild provokes, dismemberments, hidden identities, and softly sung lullabies.
|Bears VS Babies||Exploding Kittens: Original Edition||On a Scale of One to T-Rex||Throw Throw Burrito||You've Got Crabs||Barking Kittens: Exploding Kittens Expansion|
|Number of Players||2 - 5||2 - 5||2 - 8||2 - 6||4 - 10 (Team based)||-|
|Includes Wearable Accessories|
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For anyone who's never played Exploding Kittens before, I would recommend getting that game first as it's simpler and will give you a good introduction to this style of game but if you've already played that and are a fan then you will love this.
As well as the funny characters on the cards, this game also comes in a fab, furry box which definitely sets it apart from your average card game. Everything you need is in the box - no dice or counters needed - just the cards and the fabric game board.
My 6 year old daughter was enthralled for a good few hours.
I really enjoyed the quality time and was happy to see my daughter using strategy to improve her chance of winning.
Fab packaging that really sparked interest from my child. Great graphics and age appropriate too.
I think kids below 10 are likely to enjoy this game too. However I wouldn’t go much younger than uk year one as they arent likely to follow the game too well.
Unfortunately, it probably wont be.
There are a few things that makes BvB a bit less enjoyable, 1) it takes more time to understand and appreciate the rules of the game, 2) once you're a bit tipsy its more things that you need to remember making it more difficult to win, 3) you need a lot more space on your table.. With that said, its still a good game and if you are someone who doesn't enjoy a cocktail next to your card game and have a big bleep table to play on, you'll surely enjoy it :)
Also, kudos for the fur box, when you're down from just loosing a round, it helps to calm nerves.