From the brilliant minds of the successful Exploding Kittens card game, comes a new and exciting card game called “Bears vs Babies“.
In Bears vs. Babies, your goal is build the most incredible and good looking monster, and work with the rest of the players to defeat the awful babies.
Though this is not your so-called Cooperative games, because whoever “eats” the most babies WINS. It is a hilarious strategic benevolent game of betrayal!
Here’s a quick explainer video on how to play, and tips on how to win.
The core deck of Bears vs. Babies is kid-friendly, takes a few minutes to learn, and each round takes about 20 minutes to play. The game also has a Not-Safe-for-Work Booster Pack stretch goals.
Just launched today (October 19) is the Bears vs Babies Kickstarter campaign. Within 30-minutes of the campaign, the game has reached $100,000 pledges, and is now fully-funded!
You can still send in your support for as low USD 25, to get one copy of the Bears vs Babies, including All Core Deck stretch goals which is targeted to be delivered on June 2017. To learn more details of the campaign, visit Bears vs Babies Kickstarter page, or its website.
Bears and Babies is designed by Exploding Kittens’ Elan Lee (Xbox, ARGs), and Matthew Inman (The Oatmeal), and is set to be officially released on 2017.