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Exploding Kittens is a multiplayer card game for those who love kittens, explosions, and laser beams. Play with 2 to 5 players from multiple phones in the same room or play online with friends or strangers. I strongly recommend this game for all ages and the reasons are as follows.
1. Exploding kittens require a certain level of tenacious aggression in an attempt to make others explode. It's very appealing to players, and players will experience the fun of stealing cards from opponents or putting them in disaster, which is very exciting.
2. Players can learn how to use them to their greatest advantage. Since it's an intense strategy game, it's well worth playing with friends.
Exploding Kittens is a cat-driven Russian roulette game. Players take turns drawing cards until someone draws an exploding kitten and loses the game. The game is actually quite simple, with no words, numbers, or images. Each kit is represented by an archetype of a cat, and each digital card starts with a kitten that gets closer and closer to "exploding" as your value goes up. Decks are made up of cards, and you can avoid explosions by peeking at cards before you draw, forcing your opponent to draw multiple cards, or shuffling. The game gets more intense with each card drawn, as the fewer cards left in the deck, the more likely it is to draw a kitten and explode in a feline exaggerated fireball. The whole point of exploding kittens is not to draw exploding kittens’ cards. Once you do, you are out. This is the luck part. Since you can't end your turn until you draw a card, the threat is always there. But to stay in the game, you can try all the other cards to your advantage. That's where strategy comes in, you want to decrease your odds of drawing bad hands by increasing your opponent's odds. This is done by using other cards in the deck.
At the start of the game, each player is dealt two cards. The top card is then turned over and placed in the center to start the draw pile, starting with everyone taking turns. Players can play "kitten" cards or number cards in the growing deck of cards, and they'll love it as long as it follows the order of the numbers. Each deck of 56 cards can support games from 2 to 5 players, if you want to include more players, you'll have to buy another deck. Shuffle the Exploding Kitten cards into the deck, making sure the player is one less card, so someone wins. So start playing Exploding Kittens now！
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