There are 160 challenge cards, 80 betting token, 10 cups, 5 balls, 4 dice, and a tape measure. Clear is more fun. The face cards are visible even though the cards are clear. It's easy to shuffle. It's waterproof and perfect to take to the beach, pool, or camping. The playing card size is standard. Premium clear plastic card stock is printed on.
👤I work in an assisted living facility. My people were locked up like animals and not allowed to see family or have much contact with the people they shared the common areas with after the hit. When we got word that they could play cards again, our activity person told people that they could only play four cards at a table with masks and hand sanitizer. They couldn't have drinking or eating at the table. These fit the bill because she wanted something that could be washed after playing. She ordered one set. We have a lot of card players so I ordered 3 more decks. If I could, I would give this product 100 stars. I would like to thank you for making a great product.
👤These cards are a hit. The kids are getting a lot of exercise because we have had so much fun for $6. Throw them in the pool and have a race to get 10 hearts, all even numbers, and numbers that are divisible by 3, etc. You can only put the numbered cards into the pool if you want to have the kids race to bring back cards that make an equation to make a number. The kids love this. You can only get one of the numbers if you have an equation with at least 3, 4 or 5 cards. For example, no 2x2. If I'm feeling like a softie, we'll include the Aces to use as ones. That makes it so easy. More or less cards are thrown in. We tend to do one suit per person playing but including more would make it easier to find that one card you are looking for. It has been fun to see the equations they come back with. They want us to do this. They are working on quick math recall and simple equations. The ink on the cards is starting to wear off in some places, but we've already used them so much we don't even care. They have been worth the price for what we've used them for. It's cheaper than a math book. They are stiff when out of the package, but loosen up and become more fun to play with outside of the water, as other reviewers have already stated. These are more plastic than paper so will feel different.
👤The reviews for this deck have been going on for a while. I found many of them to be false after reading through them. The cards I received did not have bubbles or scratches on them. The look of the cards is pretty cool. The individual cards are not fully transparent. If you fan the deck in a smooth way, you will see a mirror effect. The box reminds me of 90s pencil holders. I agree with the review that it would be nice if these cards had a little bit of noticable texture. Card flicking is the worst thing I have ever experienced. A friend of mine can stick traditional cards into some surfaces with a flick of a wrist. I have been jealous of his skills. I flick the cards at the wall. One of them shatters. Not the intended use of a card... You have trade offs. Regular cards can be ruined by improper use just as easily as these cards can. The product is cool and the material is not worse than standard cards.
Premium clear plastic card stock is printed on. Mensa favorite brainy games of 2010 Join a team of fearless explorers on a dangerous mission to recover four sacred treasures from the ruins of this paradise. Problem solving and cooperation are required. 30 minutes is the playing time.
👤What a clever game! I'm impressed that a game that is complicated enough to engage adults is still fun to play with the kids. My kids play at ages 7 and 9. It's easy to explain a strategy that the 7-year old doesn't get right away since it's cooperative. Sometimes the 7-year old explains to us. Figure it out yourself first to get the kids interested. They don't want to sit and listen to the instructions. I set the game up for multiple players, played each player's part to figure out the strategy, and got all my questions answered. The kids joined me. It's much easier to explain and work with them since I don't have to reference the instructions. It's fun.
👤Everyone else we've played this game with loves it, and my daughters, ages 8 and 10, love it too. The game is a little complex at first, but once you get going, you won't have a problem with the rules or order of play. The designers included a cheat sheet of action options and play order on each player's card. The object is simple--capture four artifacts and helicopter off the island from the landing site before the rising waters flood the island, which will either drown a character, swallow the areas housing an artifact, or wipe out the landing site, which will prevent your escape. You can choose from a diver, an explorer, an engineer, a messenger, or a pilot. Each character has something they add to the team. The pilot can fly anywhere on the island. The diver can swim through the sunken areas. The engineer can shore up twice as much as the others. The skill set is well developed. You will regret not having any of their abilities with you. You can't have all of them with you because the game is for 2-4 players. This is a nice touch, because you can never tell which skills are more useful, and this changes every game because of the random nature of the cards you draw. You might think it will be a simple game and you will be able to play it quickly. We were overwhelmed by the flooding island and had to shore up game tiles to preserve the landing site before we were lost. We couldn't even imagine the session of flood cards and the water rises cards, which represent where the water levels are rising and how much more areas can be impacted by the waters. We took it seriously the second time we played. We shored up every part of the land with sand and helicopter lifts to fight the water levels. The pilot and engineer raced across the area as the messenger and diver exchanged treasure cards. The island started to sink as the water levels rose. We lost our entire island and the pilot and diver were trying to get the last two artifacts while the messenger and engineer were trying to keep the inevitable from happening. We were ecstatic when we made it to the landing spot, thanks to a few lucky helicopter lift cards, and the game got intense. Unless you're lucky, your team will start to lose ground and you won't be able to preserve the island. That is part of the fun. The tiles are well made and have names. The artifacts are cool. The game play moves quickly so you won't get bored. This is a must-watch game. It's become our favorite if you and your family enjoy quick-paced adventure games.
There is aLIGATORY warning for hover-parents and those who don't like flatulence jokes. Please leave. Any card that you don't approve. It will get your kids away from their phones, tablets, and other electronic devices for at least 30-90 minutes. Unplug! The World's First Dodgeball Card Game is a game in which you dodge and throw airborne burritos while collecting matching sets of cards. Exploding Kittens is the creators of award-winning, hilarious and entertaining games for adults, teens and kids. A simple and easy game for kids and adults to play is called A Simple and Easy Game for Kids and Adults. When you get hit by squishy burritos, you lose points. There are cards to collect. Play with your hand. Throw things at your friends, and you'll get to play travel games, camping games, and picnic games. 120 cards, 7 token, and 2 foam burritos are included in the 15 Minutes to Play game.
👤I wanted something new and different to play at the family game night next week. Our family likes rummy. I thought I'd give 'Throw Throw Burrito' a try, even though we've never played or purchased any of their games. Even though someone in my family tends to hurt themselves when we all get together. When this arrived, my husband and I sat down to learn how to play so that we can teach everyone else. It's easy to learn for all ages. Even with just two people, it was a lot more fun to play with a bigger group. I matched the 'Burrito War' cards, which means everyone grabs for a burrito and throws it at another player. I whipped a burrito at my husband's chest, but it hit him in the face because I have terrible aim and we were sitting very close to each other. He told me that we are not allowed to play this game anymore. I knew he meant me when he said 'we'. I cannot be trusted to not hit him in the face with a squishy burrito, so I am not allowed to play. He hid the box. I will be breaking this out on family game night.
👤I got the game today and took the pics in the bathroom, but only in the house with good lighting. I was very excited when I received this game. I opened the box and blew up the Burrito, which was the largest one I had ever seen. I know they said it was huge. I was expecting a foot. I was wrong. This thing is 3 feet tall and it is a challenge just to blow it up. You cannot wait to throw it at someone when you get blown up. I was so excited for my next game night because of the thought of chucking this burrito at someone. I was worried about being able to throw it because it's large and full of air, but it has enough weight to travel, so I'm happy about that. This version of the game comes with 2 Burritos, 2 decks of oversized cards, and rubber game pieces that feel like rubber game pieces. The burrito has two air holes, one at the top and one at the bottom. The box that the game comes in has a handle that makes travel easier. I love this game. I haven't played it yet. Next game night, I will try it out with my friends.
👤We played the game for the first time at a work party with eight people in their 40s. After playing six rounds of the game, we came up with crazy ideas as to how we could turn it into an all day game or even take it outside and play across larger distances. Our group found the game to be hilarious and appropriate for all ages, despite the fact that other reviewers called it "immature as heck". The game was only made for 2-6 and we played with eight people. The rules will get modified to accommodate fewer players and it will be less fun. We made it work for eight by reducing each player's personal draw deck from 15 to 10 at the beginning of the game. One or two slow players can lead to all of the cards ending up at one end of the table and the other end waiting for cards to be passed. I wish they had an expansion pack to 888-269-5556.
ROLLING IN SECONDS It takes only a minute to learn and the game lasts about 10 to 15 minutes. The best family fun game is Dear Evolved Parents, Kids Against Maturity. Are you tired of the same old games? The classic was made and played by your parents. It can be enjoyed by all ages, with humor and innuendos for the adults. The best results are when played with more than one player. Play it. Any place. A handy box holds 600 question and answer cards and a game set. It is a take anywhere game. Become an instant champion while camping, family gatherings, game nights, summer camp, plane trips and more. Kids Against Maturity combines the tried and tested fill-in-the- blank game-play, a perfect enjoyable hilarious way to bring your family together. The game starts with 10 white answer cards and 10 blue question cards. The player with the highest amount of funniest responses wins the game. There is aLIGATORY warning for hover-parents and those who don't like flatulence jokes. Please leave. Any card that you don't approve. It will get your kids away from their phones, tablets, and other electronic devices for at least 30-90 minutes. Unplug!
👤We bought this game for our family vacation. For ages 8+, had high ratings and awards. I have three children and parental guidance is suggested. The game website says for 6 and up, and the ages of the kids pictured in the description, so I was surprised by some of the cards included in the game. Most cards are funny. I wouldn't feel comfortable letting my 13 yo play alone with his friends without removing cards from the deck. The game was fun for my husband and I. There are a lot of old school references.
👤I didn't know the potty talk would come from these cards. The majority of the cards used sexual language. I thought this would be a great game for my grand children, and I looked at the top reviews. I was surprised by the language on the cards. I know I am different. I wouldn't buy this game again for teenagers.
👤We can't use some cards in the game. Will update after we play the game. Just got done playing. I had to take out all the white cards. My kids are 13 and 10 years old and they know what some things are, but I don't think they are appropriate. I'm a pretty easy going person and mom but I think it's ok to make fun of someone. We had a good time playing, but I would suggest removing the cards from the game.
👤My kids won't be playing this game after playing it with my friend's daughter. Answers like Aunt Flo, The Gooch, and Neverland Ranch are not appropriate and open up discussions that don't need to be had at such young ages. "King Kong played ping pong with his friend Deng Dong in Hong Kong" was read in one round. It's not appropriate for kids. Electric Slide is a kids game and while "poop" jokes are funny to kids, there are way too many of them in this game.
👤Explaining to an 8 year old that some of the answers are x rated would violate federal law. I'm fine, but I've had a lot of weird things, like merkin wig, moose knuckle, spider barks, and Fromunda cheese. Getting a refund.
👤This is a family game for people with any sort of humor. We ordered this game before we left for spring break so we could play it when we needed a break. It did what it was supposed to do. My kids, along with my nieces and nephews, were laughing uncontrollably. The phrase possibilities are hilarious. My 8 year old had the best time. After our first night of playing, he said his stomach was sore. If you are one of those parents who get offended easily, you should definitely get this game and loosen up a bit. We need to be able to laugh. Who can we do that with if we can't do it with our kids? The game is great and I will recommend it to my friends.
👤I bought this game for my family. We have five people in our family, the oldest is 15 and the youngest is 6. Adults and all of us find it very entertaining. The game is enjoyable. We find silly and funny words. The level of appropriateness was my main concern. The crowd is playing the game. Adults enjoy it too. One of my sons is very shy by nature and seeing him come out of his shell as he is playing with his friend makes it worth it. Seeing your family laughing and interacting with one another is priceless as a mom.
It's a great gift for card lovers of all ages. A party game. There are 193 casino-quality cards in this package. There are 36 laser-etched, screen printed wood health token and 1 large fire token. For 3-6 people.
👤If you want a card game that you can play with anyone, get this. This is the only card game we can play with our 5 year old and have fun with. It is always fun to play card games with your kids.
👤The cards don't get old until the point where everyone isn't familiar with it all. The game will be less enjoyable once it is familiar with any group. It will be a good game for the next group of people, if the group ever gets mixed up.
👤I wanted a game similar to Oregon Trail, so I bought this game. We tried to understand the instructions, but quickly deferred to the video which was easier to understand and then we used the instructions for reference. The first game took about 30 minutes to figure everything out. The games lasted about 15 minutes after we got the hang of it. Some of the things were weird and not really fun. We tried many times to go past 3 days. It is nearly impossible to gather enough food to build things. When you play it a few times, it gets boring because you are trying to get enough food to last to the next day, and the repeated dying puts a damper on wanting to play. It was fun to play the first two times. Unless it is a completely new group of people, I won't play it again.
👤Why are you 5 stars? 1. The playing chips are wood and come with a cloth storage bag. The box is strong. 2. It was very quick to learn. It takes about 2 minutes to learn to play. 3. It was fun to play. This game has a tight mechanics and makes for a fun game of chance and strategy.
👤The Ravine is easy to set up. The madness cards are good for a laugh, and the rules fit the theme. The components are of good quality. It has nice wooden token and good quality cards. It has a small canvas bag with it. I was thinking about giving this game four or five stars. The game is solid, but I think the novelty of the madness cards will wear off and the game will fall to four stars.
👤I got this for my nine year old's birthday and it was a long one. This is a family favorite. It is fun, fast, cooperative and even little sister is engaged and understands what is going on. We have played it four times and lost once. I think we will be playing this for a long time. Themadness cards are entertaining, but a little hard for the prereaders, as the rating is set to ten years, not five. Please make more games like this. We will probably be giving this to someone.
👤This is a fun game and has been covered in the other reviews. There's a chance of both winning and losing every time you play, and it has great cooperative action. Some of the cards make no sense or are ambiguous, so you have to develop a list of house rules. Do you mean the "permanent" shelter of the cave when you say "all shelter is destroyed"? The card should say "all non-permanent shelter is destroyed". Most of the madness cards have dumb directions like "this player has to have their eyes covered for the rest of the game" which makes play impossible. We don't pay attention to these cards. If you are playing with someone who is a real stickler for rules, this could be frustrating. It is nearly impossible to raise someone from the dead. The modifications are necessary, but it is fun. My kids love it.
At KEMA they have a card multitool with responsive customer service and support that you won't find anywhere else. They will be happy to help with any questions you have. Part of the Gentlemen's Hardware collection by Wild and wolf is a mix and match. There are 52 fully illustrated playing cards in the set. The metal Tin is ideal for camping and travel. The cards and Tin are waterproof and can handle any weather. The metal tin has a measurement of 3.5 x 4 x 0.75 H and each individual card has a measurement of 3 x 2.5 x 0.75 H.
👤I use these to keep my workouts unpredictable. Sweat on them. They hold up well.
👤I think my son will like and appreciate them, he hasn't received them yet, but I think he will.
👤Yes, it is waterproof while camping.
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30 minutes is the playing time. Six timeless kids card games will provide hours of entertainment. Quality. The extra-large cards are easy to hold and read for children and adults of all ages. These classic card games have been updated with fun, timeless graphics that are accessible for your family and friends, young and old to enjoy. Help your child learn about numbers, colors, and matching while having fun. You love all the games. Old Maid, Go Fish, Slap Jack, Crazy 8's, War, and Silly Monster Memory Match are included in this set.
👤The card game fun in this value pack was enjoyed by my grandson and I. The cards in these game packs are very colorful, durable, and finished with top quality coating. We have been playing these card games for many hours and have had a lot of fun.
👤We bought this pack of cards for our grandson because we both remember the deck of "Go Fish." The deck seemed to be like that. It wasn't. It is a regular card deck that doesn't have Jacks, Queens or Kings, but ugly fish that are not like any fish in the world, and some poor quality drawings of Fish.
👤The price was about $2.50 a piece. They were undamaged and as promised. This was given to a family dealing with COVID and it helped entertain the kids while the parents were resting. The family was very appreciative. The kids thought the games were fun and the parents were able to relax. It was a victory. I will be sending them to our friends. It was well worth the money. There aren't more sets like these to buy. A lot of family games are not appealing. The oldies and goodies are favorites. I will order this item again. I hope this helps someone make a purchase decision.
👤I got these because I enjoy playing with my friends and I used to play them all the time.
👤My daughter and I have been playing old maid and fishing together. She is 4 years old. She likes her cards. We played with a ball around Christmas. It was better with more players because my daughter's attention span isn't quite there to play a whole game with just us two. This will be like getting a new toy every year as I slowly phase them in.
👤I am happy with the games. The cards are easy to recognize. Our grandson loves Old Maid. The occupations depicted in child-like pictures are perfect to introduce him to jobs in America. I just opened the Go Fish game and I am disappointed in the fish pictures, so minus one star. It's more about numbers than fish. The cartoons are okay. Our other Go Fish decks have recognizable fish and labels. The other decks have not been explored by me.
👤My grand son and I play classic card games. He is going to teach me video games, and I am willing to learn. I am going to introduce him to my favorite games which allowed for a lot of laughter and good natured teasing. The pack of card games is perfect for the upcoming games.
👤The cards are hard to see while holding them. The players hold about 15 to 20 cards before you match them up. If there were marked corners like on typical playing cards, that would be much more manageable. We were looking through the cards to see what we had. We were all adults playing a game. It would be hard for a young child to handle and flip through.
120 cards, 7 token, and 2 foam burritos are included in the 15 Minutes to Play game. Skip-Bo is a card game. The players use skill and strategy to create a sequence of cards. The Skip-Bo cards add twists to the game and help you beat your opponents. The first player to use all the cards wins. There are 162 cards and instructions.
👤Skip-Bo is in our house. It is easy and fun. A lot of people can play. Why is it not two stars? The card appearances are confusing because this is the new version. The backs of the cards are very similar to the front of the "skip-bo" wild card. If you look at the picture, you can see that the card under the "12" is the "skip-bo" wild card, and it looks too different from the numbered cards so it often gets confused for a card that has been accidentally turned over. This is a minor complaint, but every single person who has played with us has struggled with this aspect of the game. A friend found a classic version of the game at a flea market and we were all happy because we could play without confusion. I said it was a minor annoyance, but still.
👤This is a great addition to our game collection. We have a lot of board and card games. A friend recommended this one to his kids. This is a great way for my son to practice math. I still help him with the overall game, but he asks for this a lot, and it's nice that a lost card or two won't affect play. I would recommend this to any family, but especially to families who use play as a learning tool.
👤We are senior citizens. I would like to buy by the 6 pack as we go through them. It's fun to play every other day. There is some random luck involved, but there is a strategy in how you manage your piles and when to hold back. We travel with this and play in doctor's offices and airports with two people who can play a lot of games.
👤I am very disappointed in this. It wasn't a full deck. There were 160 cards in the deck. The cards were hand written and pulled from mismatch decks. I was ripped off 20 for garbage where the deck ended up.
👤I don't like the new design. The cards are the same as before. The picture was old and I chose these because they were cheaper. The new design was what arrived. My teenager says they're just cards. She's correct that they still play the same, but I wish I'd gotten the picture.
👤We have been playing it nightly. We play 3 games a nite and only deal out 20 cards. I can get a win of two games in one night if he wins most games. I die from excitement. It doesn't happen on most nights. It is rare. I'm pretty happy if I win one game. It's the challenge of it all that makes me want to play every night. My day will surely come! It is a simple game in concept, but not exactly 'bible typing monkies'. Do I try to block him, or do I focus on getting rid of my own up card? I think there's a balance. What do I know? I usually lose. What do you have to lose in this game?
If you draw an Exploding Kitten, you lose and you are full of loser sad-sauce. The other cards in the deck help you avoid drawing an Exploding Kitten. You win if you don't explode. Play it. Convenient take anywhere game. Simple and sensitive. Any get together can be fast paced and loud. It's perfect for all ages. ROLLING IN SECONDS It takes only a minute to learn and the game lasts about 10 to 15 minutes.
👤The game is crazy and mind bending. Don't let the cuteness fool you. The game is fun to play with friends. The special cards make you confused. Pros: hours of fun, cute drawing style, unique packaging, easy to play, Cons: may result in red hands, strain of voice from intense playing.
👤It's fun for the right group and simple in a good way would make an awesome drinking game for kids. There is a You will never win if you are bad at fast reaction games. The rule of "no flinching" is stupid and you will probably rule it out. Okay. I've only played this once so far, but the results were outstanding. A group of people just wanted to have fun and play games. We were so interested in hitting not last that we slammed the table too hard. Actions are required before you slap the cards. We would go too hard at the beginning until we realized that it's not how hard you slap, it's how fast. The players who weren't as good at card recognition fell behind. Some of the cards have different colors to try and throw you off. It's not who slaps first, but who slaps last, so you have to be quicker than one friend. I can see how playing this with boring people who are too serious could cause a problem.
👤For our daughter's birthday, we got this. My husband and I decided to play this game while she was upstairs. It was fun, but a tad frustrating because you get competitive and want to win. My watch thought I had fallen and needed help. It might be too rough for our daughter, but maybe we need to tone down the competitiveness when playing with her. We like it! Update. Our daughter loves it too. A great family game. The more people you have the more fun it becomes.
👤Beware of slapped hands. The card game was fun. A simple game to learn is what our 10yr old loves. The rules are simple: if a player says a word that matches a card played, everyone slaps the stack of cards, last person to take all the cards is the winner. This can be fun for all ages, but I think the sweet spot is between the ages of 8 and 12. This is a game that I don't mind playing over and over because of the dumb kids out there. It can be a bit like the card game War in that it can drag on at times but if played strictly it can go very quickly.
👤The game is hysterical. I played with my daughter and father and they all enjoyed it. I have laughed that hard in a long time.
👤The card game is fun for everyone and simple to play, which makes it a perfect starter game. Kids seem to be as good as adults at the game of reflexes. I highly recommend this for anyone looking for a quick game to play at a party or family game night. After a few games, you'll want to move on to something with more depth. This is great for what it is.
It was designed and made in the USA. The tool is available in silver or tactical black with laser-etched permanent graphics. A game for bad people. There are 500 white and 100 black cards. There is a booklet of sensible game rules. The main game is this one. First, buy this. America has the #1 gerbil coffin.
👤Is this what the world has come to? Absolutely filthy and banal. My son ordered this game. I let my feelings be known. I cry for our children.
👤It is recommended for ages 17+. I brought it to the family dinner because the two kids would leave after dinner to play on their computers in the basement. The 14-year-old made it clear that he wanted to play the game if his parents would allow him, even though he had never played or seen the game. They did, and what ensued was hilarious, but even better, it opened channels for discussion about sex, politics, justice, racism, homophobia and all the other things that exist in society. South Park and The Simpsons broached topics that should be discussed by parents and children when they first aired. This may be an opportunity for families who value open discussion, education and critical thinking to open the door to those discussions in an age when information is available 24/7. There's so much for parents to learn about their kids, and so much for them to teach. It's not for everyone, but this family found it hilarious. I wish I had a way to have these discussions with my parents when I was a teenager, so I could have access to the information I needed.
👤If you are 18 and drunk, this game is for you. The cards were distasteful, embarrassing, and classless. I'm disgusted that so many people gave it high marks. I bought it for 22 years. She felt violated when she read some of the cards. I bought it as a gift, but I messed it up.
👤I wasn't sure if I wanted my daughter to have to play with her friends at her birthday. I got it. I was hanging around while they were playing the game, girls and guys all about 16 years old, very interesting, mature conversations came from some of the cards. My husband and I enjoy playing this game together. You can have fun and learn a few things about your kids, but you can also have a discussion with your kids. Some of the cards are not good, so you may want to take them out of the set.
👤Too much for a family game. Didn't know how far across the line it would be.
👤I thought we had a hit with over 30,000 reviews. It was a failure. It's definitely not what I thought it would be. I didn't bother to read the reviews. I am aware of the mistake. The game would have had to be edited due to the inappropriateness of the response cards. The box says it is a game for horrible people. That was a joke, right? Thanks to Amazon for having a generous return policy. Jack Box, Exploding Kittens, and What Do You Meme? will be the ones we stick with.
👤This game is very offensive. This is not the game for you if you are easily offended. There are a lot of sexual cards, a bit of Holocaust 'humor' cards, and even a couple of cards about pedophilia. We had to take out some cards because my husband has an obscene sense of humor and he doesn't like the pedophilia cards. The game is amazing, so it's not really a big deal to toss 5 or 6 cards that go to far for us. If you go into the expansion packs, there are still more ridiculous things to choose from. When we mention that we are going to have a game at a party or get together, lots of people jump up and say "I want to play!" It's fun to play with older ladies who are more reserved, and you find them just as disgusting as you are.
America has the #1 gerbil coffin. A Kitty-Powered Russian Roulette Card Game is a hit party game for family and friends who are into kittens and explosions and sometimes goats. More than 10 million copies of the Game of the Year Award Winner have been sold. A simple card game is perfect for a family game night, road trip, or drinking with friends. If you draw an Exploding Kitten, you lose and you are full of loser sad-sauce. The other cards in the deck help you avoid drawing an Exploding Kitten. You win if you don't explode.
👤If you call this game "see the future, crawl inside a goat butt and see many wondrous things", you might be happy with it. I consider this false advertising and am returning. There is nothing sexually offensive here, but there are a number of cards that are offensive.
👤This is not a game for children. I bought the family version twice. My family and I have been subjected to pre-porn. I am considering suing the company. The game is about making kittens explode. It was funny and harmless. No! Every card is a sexual innuendo. The fireworks coming out of a man's underpants is a reference to the fact that adults know how that would make someone's "kitten" explode. Also, etc. Children are being subjected to endless filth instead of being a fun game. I think pedophiles like this game. I'm pretty sure that Amazon won't stop marketing this game to children.
👤My 6 year old picked it up and loves the game. Several reviews complained about the card's quality and how easy it is to be damaged. I have worked in the casino industry for many years and have seen many different types of cards. The card quality was not bad, I was pleasantly surprised. Not top of the line, but plastic coated. The cards were the same size as Pokemon and Magic cards. I had a lot of extra sleeves for my daughter and I was a bit of a nerd. The exploding kittens deck was sleeved by me. It should last a long time that way. This game is fun. I will be purchasing expansions soon. You can pick up the sleeves at any hobby shop that sells cards. We will make your game last much longer because they are inexpensive.
👤This is the first time I've bought this before a camping season, it's new for our group's game night. It was a huge hit with the kids, because what 6-year-old doesn't love exploding kittens? At least conceptually. It took a little bit of explaining and coaching to get the kids up to speed, but after that they ruled the table. They will throw you into the path of a card that explodes. This is a great game for kids and adults, and so it's fun for family game nights. Kids love playing on the same level as adults. I donated my original to the games pile at the AMC hut on our last hiking trip. I hate small talk so I am grabbing another before the holidays. I can bring on the exploding kittens instead of listening to Uncle Fred's latest rant or getting drunk enough to engage him in a conversation.
👤They release new cards with different backs. The back of the blind bags is different so you can't use it without putting every single card into card sleeves. I think there are at least 3 different card backs. There is no reason for this other than a money grabbing scheme. The game had potential but it has been ruined by greed.
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