What is Exploding Kittens party pack?
The party pack version of Exploding Kitten has the same family-friendly and easy-to-learn card game as the original, but it has a new set of cards with also a few selected cards from the Imploding Kittens Expansion Deck that would allow up to 10 players to play.
The same end goal as the original is that when a player draws an exploding kitten, they would explode and are dead unless they have a Defuse card that would make them stay in the game. This process would continue until there's only 1 player left, who eventually wins the game.
In the deck of cards are some Exploding Kittens, and the more cards you draw, the greater your chances of drawing an Exploding Kitten.
It's very simple as if you explode, you lose, and if you don't explode, you win!
How to play the party pack version of Exploding Kittens?
To begin the game, remove all the 9 Exploding Kittens from the deck and put them aside.
Now, look through the remaining deck and based on the number of players, use the following cards below:
2 - 3 players: Use only the cards with a paw print in the corner that totals 44 cards
4 - 7 players: Use only the cards without a paw print. That's about 69 cards in total.
8 - 10 players: Use all of the 113 cards
Then, remove all of the Defuse Cards from the deck and deal 1 to each player
Insert any extra remaining Defuse Cards back in the deck
Each player starts with a Defuse Card, which is the most powerful card in the game. These are the only cards that could save you from Exploding Kittens. If you draw an Exploding Kitten, instead of dying, you can play the Defuse Card and reinsert the Kitten back into the Draw Pile anywhere you'd like in a secret manner and way.
Try to get as many Defuse Cards as possible.
Shuffle the deck and deal 7 cards face down to each player. Everyone now has a hand of 8 cards total that includes the Defuse Card
Insert enough Exploding Kittens back into the deck so that there is 1 fewer than the number of the actual people that are playing. Remove any extra Exploding Kittens from the game.
For a 4 player game, insert 3 exploding kittens.
For a 3 player game, insert 2 exploding kittens
So, for 10 players, you'll insert 9 exploding kittens. It would always be less than one exploding card for any actual number of players.
This would ensure that everyone would eventually explode except for 1 person.
Special note is for a 2 - 3 player game, the Exploding Kittens you insert would be the only cards that do not have paw prints.
Shuffle the deck, and put it face down in the middle of the table.
Pick a player to go first, and according to your verbal agreement, like the tallest to smallest could take their turns.
How to take your turn in the party pack version of Exploding Kittens?
Gather all 8 of your cards into your hand and study them. Do one of the following:
You could pass and play no cards
Or play a card by placing it face-up on top of the discard pile and following the instructions on the card.
After you follow the instructions on the card, you could play more cards. You can even play as many cards as you'd wish.
Simply end your turn by drawing a card from the top of the Draw Pile into your hand and hoping it's not an Exploding Kitten. This is what makes exploding kittens different from most games since you end your turn by drawing a card instead of beginning your turn by drawing a card.
The play would continue in a clockwise manner
Keep in mind to play as many or as few cards as you'd wish, then draw a card to end your turn
Whoever didn't explode at the end of the game wins!
Players won't ever run out of cards in the Draw Pile because you inserted enough Exploding Kittens to kill all but just 1 player.
Exploding Kittens original also comes in a party-pack version that's also a highly-strategic, kitty-powered version of Russian roulette.
The Party Pack version of Exploding Kittens has enough cards to cover 2 -10 players, and the box plays kitty-themed dance music every time you open it that needs 3 Lithium Metal batteries.
This new set of cards would Double the players, double the strategy! It's been awarded the game of the year for its fun-filled cared game with a surprising rarity to it. It's a class on its own with goats, magical enchiladas, and kittens that could kill you.
Truly an explosive funny game!
- It's a fine addition to your game collection
- They match all expansion sets
- Easy to learn basic gameplay even for smaller kids
- All the cards are unique and funny
- It is different in the sense that you don't necessarily have to wait your turn to play especially with nope cards around
- Great fun game
- You could play with just 2 people
- The game goes fast, so you can easily play just a game or two with a limited amount of time or unlimited game if you have lots of time
- Fun game to play and easy to teach.
- It's great for a large group.
- It comes with a lot of humor
- Worth every penny.
- It's not for the sensitive and thin-skinned as they might find some cards vulgar for their taste
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Exploding Kittens party pack is meant to give more laughter and fun to more people. And as their tagline says: if they don't make you smile, you probably have no soul.
It's meant to be a super fun card game, after all, as it even comes with a box that plays kitty dance music every time you open the box. It's truly a great way to loosen up and simply just enjoy the moments of play.
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