Exploding Kittens Review

exploding kittens review

Basic Information

exploding kittens review

Number of Players: 2-5


Time: 15 minutes

Cost: Medium

Introduction to Exploding Kittens

Exploding kittens was first funded through kickstarter in 2015 and since then has become one of the most popular card games for kids and adults. It’s fast paced and explosive game play keeps players on their toes as they try to gain defuse cards and sabotage fellow players in order to be the last person standing. Exploding kittens is truly on of the funniest and craziest card games I have had the pleasure to play and I highly recommend it to casual and non-casual players.

How to Play Exploding Kittens

The aim of exploding kittens is to be the last person alive in a round. Each player starts with a defuse card in had with another few in the deck. Each round a player can play any number of action cards from his or her hand or play collections of cats in order to perform special abilities. At the end of their turn they pick up a card from the deck except for when the play an action card that skips this step. If they draw an exploding kitten, they must play a defuse card. If they don’t have a defuse card they are out of the round. If they don’t draw an exploding kitten, the turn moves to the next player.

The best way to win is to try and steal defuses from other players and then, while they are defenseless, make them draw an exploding kitten. The last person left in the game is declared the winner and you can reshuffle and play again for more kitten madness!

Notes on Exploding Kittens

Exploding kittens is one of my favorite card games and I own both the original and NSFW edition. I play either version with friends or family and I have found it to be an easy go-to gift if I need to get one for someone in a hurry. The fun game play and crazy art style has won over so many people I know and I’m sure it will win you over to.

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What Do You Meme? Review

what do you meme review

Basic Information for What do You Meme?

what do you meme review

Number of Players: 3-20+

Age: 17+

Time: 30-60 min

Price: Medium

Introduction to What do you Meme?

What do you Meme is a card against humanity like game where the aim is to get as many points as you can by making people laugh. It’s a great adult party game that is sure to tickle the inner meme-lord in all of us. If anyone you know loved card against humanity in the past this is a great option as a gift.

How to play What do you Meme

AS stated before, what do you meme plays much like card against humanity with a Rotating judge that hands out the points to the player than made them laugh the most. The main difference is that the balck cards are replaced with the images of popular memes and players are tasked with giving these images the meme-text. Once a player reaches 7 (or really how many points you want) they win the game.

Notes on What do you meme

What do you meme is a great party game for people who like cards against humanity and other adult-centered games. I personally love playing it with my brothers and their partners and we have so much fun trying to make the others laugh. Is a solid game all round and definitely recommend it for any upcoming parties.

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Cards Against Humanity Review

cards against humanity review

Basic Information on Cards Against Humanity

cards against humanity review

Number of Players: 3-10

Age: 17+

Time: 30-60 min

Price: Medium-High

Introduction to Cards Against Humanity

Cards Against humanity is the adult party game that everyone should own and have played. It tells you just how dirty minded your friends (and family) are and is a great way game to play after a few drinks. Card against humanity revolutionized adult party games and though many others have tried to emulate its formula, nothing beats this classic. So get your friends together and laugh until your sides hurt with this raunchy and very un PC game.

How to Play Cards against humanity

To play the game, get your worst friends together and deal out 10 white cards to each player. On each round one player will pull a black card and read the scenario aloud to the other players who need to fill in the blank with their white cards. The aim is to make the person who drew the black card laugh, and whichever white card made then laugh the most, gets the black card as 1 point. They player to the left or right going around the circle, then draws the next black card and play continues until someone has won 7 black cards in total.

Notes on Cards against Humanity

What is there to say about this game except that it is amazing! If you are above the age of 18 I highly recommend you get this if you do not have it already. They are also have a huge amount of expansion packs if you want to customize your game. This is the perfect gift for any 18th or 21st birthday and is definitely one of my most played card games in my collection.

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