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Killer Bunnies and the Quest for the Magic Carrot
10th Anniversary Limited Edition
Your Price: $199.99
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Average Rating: 3.7 in 33 reviews
This is a great game for the whole family. Our 10 year old and 8 year old love it. It is competitive, interactive, and engaging. The more expansions you get the faster the game goes. It definitely takes time to become familiar with all the cards, but once you know them you can play for a long time. The variety of cards gives each game unexpected twists, so you are never bored. And there is always an element of surprise at the end as the magic carrot is unveiled. Some would complain that the ending is anticlimactic and leaves too much to random luck, but it could mean that even a person with one carrot at the end of the long game still has a chance to come out a winner.
My buddy introduced it to me. We played it and I was immediately hooked. For a lot of people they take this game way too seriously and they get mad because they take this game as a focal point of their existence and if they don't win then oh crap my life is over. Anyone who can't handle losing and losing frequently and often then this game is not for you. But for people like me who love to just have fun but have some competition along the way then this game is the game for you. I love the randomness of the finally it's truly unique. There is no game like it. The funny cards make it something anyone can relate to. I thought the instructions were very tasteful and easy to understand. I know my twelve year old kid brother got the game for Christmas and had never played before and he had no problem figuring it out. Wow some people just like to complain about everything don't they. They are probably the same people who think the world owes them something just for being alive. Simple, fun, and inventive.
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