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Kinder Bunnies: Their First Adventure
includes advanced sunshine yellow deck
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Follow the bunnies on their first adventure!
Kinder Bunnies is a version of Killer Bunnies, but is geared for younger kids. Loaded with activities and non-lethal game play, Kinder Bunnies has more Carrots and lots more Bunnies.
Plus, Kinder Bunnies is compatible with your Killer Bunnies deck!
Jeffrey Neil Bellinger
Players: 2 - 5
Ages: 5 and up
Est. time to learn: 10-20 minutes
Weight: 429 grams
Language Requirements: Manufacturer's rules are printed in English. This is a domestic item. Game components are printed in English.
- 110 large cards
- 10 small cards
- 5 ten-sided dice
Average Rating: 4 in 2 reviews
My 11-year-old niece and I played game after game Thanksgiving weekend. Fun! One we kept coming back to was Kinder Bunnies. Although I'm not fond of the luck-based winning element - randomly picking the winning carrot - we had a great time. She even talked me into a variant where we kept playing after the carrots were taken just so we could keep playing cards on each others' bunnies. Not exactly a "gamer" tactic, but we laughed a lot! More fun - we have a running commentary on how (and why) to pronounce the name.
I was first introduced to the mother of this game, Killer Bunnies, and thought that was a great game. Because I love playing games so much, I like to find games that I can teach my 8 and 4 year olds to play. You might be saying, "A 4-year old has the patience?" That is what I was thinking but fortunately enough, this game was so fun and exciting to him that he now asks me when we are going to play Kinder Bunnies. They did a great job in starting out pretty easy for the younger children and then having additional ways to make the same game a little harder. I see where they are going in order to migrate the children to Killer Bunnies. All in all, this is a great game to play with the kids that will make them ask for more!!