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  1. Created by the same intelligent, attractive people who made Exploding Kittens - Elan Lee (XBOX, ARGs), and Matthew Inman (The Oatmeal) - Bears vs Babies is a card game in which you build incredible Bears (and other monsters) to eat awful Babies.

    • (12)
    • Breaking Games
    • $24.99
  2. Mar 14, 2021 · This is the first expansion, and it is perfect if you feel like freshening up the game. It includes these cards: Imploding Kitten (1 card) Reverse (4 cards) Draw From The Bottom (4 cards) Feral Cat (4 cards) Alter The Future (4 cards) Targeted Attacks (3 cards) Read more about Imploding Kittens here. Streaking Kittens – Second Expansion

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  4. Bears vs Babies is the perfect board game for adults, teens and kids (ages 10+) who are into building monstrous bears who eat horrible babies. A highly-strategic board 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

    • (1.5K)
    • Exploding Kittens LLC
    • Teen
    • 5 x 10 x 10 x 10 centimeters
  5. Dec 31, 2020 · Bears vs Babies asks players to build the most insane monster bear killing machine to then try and eat as many babies as possible. Yeah, if you hadn’t figured out The Oatmeal’s style of humour that should pretty much sum it up. Silly, dark and fun. Bears vs Babies gives you the character creator from hell.

  6. THREE OF A KIND. When you play 3 matching cards (any 3 cards with the same title), you get to pick a player and name a card. If they have that card, they must give one to you. If they don’t have it, you get nothing. Ignore the instructions on the cards when you play them as a combo.

  7. When you play 3 matching Duel Cards, pick any 2 players (including yourself if you’d like). Those players each grab a Burrito and stand back to back. Both players will simultaneously say “3, 2, 1, Burrito!” As each number is said, both players will take a step away from each other in a straight line, and on “Burrito!” they turn and throw.