Any card game called Killer Bunnies has got to be good. So, I bought a copy and played it that night with just me and my wife. While it’s okay to play with two players, and it’s still fun, it’s probably a much funner (not a real word I understand) game to play with several people. It’s still a fun game with just two people, but you have no choice as to who your going to attack and that makes it just a little less enjoyable.
The point of the game is simple, just have fun with the ridiculous game play. Trying to keep bunnies alive while other players are attacking them. You can use all kinds of quirky attacks like an alien space-craft that doesn’t technically kill the bunnies, but it does abduct them for a period of time. You can spread the ebola virus and kill several opponents bunnies in sequence. It’s really quite a fun and humorous game.
The instructions were a bit long and tedious making the game seem like more complicated than it really is. In fact, I recently spoke to a friend of mine who mentioned that she didn’t like the game because she thought it was complicated. I didn’t find that to be the case once you’ve taken the time to read all the instructions and started playing.
I haven’t had a chance to play again with more people. I really ought to set something up because I can see this being a very fun game with a large group of people.
Killer Bunnies Card Game
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Killer Bunnies is a funny and satirical non-collectible, expandable card game. The new Epsilon Edition Starter Deck comes with a bonus Yellow Booster Deck. This game is played with only 1 copy of the game, so players do NOT need to bring their own decks to the table.
The object: Collect as many “Carrots” as possible, hoping that one of them is the randomly predetermined “Magic Carrot”. In doing so, you must keep your bunnies alive as long as possible, while eliminating your opponents’ Bunnies because once all the Carrots have been claimed you must have a living Bunny to win.
The problem: Your opponents are armed with outrageous weapons (from level 1 weapons such as a “Kitchen Whisk” to level 12 weapons such as the “Nuclear Warhead”) and you must roll higher than these levels to survive.
Use cards to defend your Bunnies, such as the hilarious “Magic Spatula” or other special cards, or use a “Feed The Bunny” card to force your opponent to buy cabbage and water (if they have the money to do so…)
Your opponents, as the back of the box quotes, “will stop at nothing to keep you from winning the game, which can get dreadfully vengeful, horribly nasty, hilariously messy, and just plain fun!”