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Evil Bunny Review

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Quick Look: Evil Bunny


Publisher: Evil Bunny

Designer: David Thomas

Year Published: 2022

No. of Players: 2-6
Ages: 7+
Playing Time: 1-15 minutes.
 
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From the Publisher:
A fun, fast-paced card game that will make you question your definition of “friends and family”. We’re talking nuclear egg-splosions, egg-sorcisms, deviled eggs, and other ridiculous diabolicalness. What could possibly go wrong? Game nights will never be the same.

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Review:

What do you get if you cross the Easter Bunny and backstabbing hijinks? The card game Evil Bunny!  Do not know what a bunny would need revenge for but this game is how they would get it.  Evil Bunny is a very quick to learn fast paced game for the whole family.

The object of the game is very simple.  Be the only player left with any golden eggs.  Set up is a breeze.  Just start everyone with the same amount of golden eggs, based on the number of players, and deal their starting hand and you are off.

 

Evil Bunny is driven by hand management and set collection.  On your turn you draw a card that will either be a movement card or an action card.  For the movement cards you just pass your eggs in the direction(s) indicated.  Some action cards may be used right away.  Most will be played on your next turn instead of drawing a new card though.  Some actions include trade hands, steal an egg(s), force a player or all opponents to do something with their eggs.  Even if you have to move or your last egg is stolen you are not necessarily out of the game, you just can not draw any cards until you get an egg.  You will very likely get an egg moved or given to you!

The artwork is bright and colorful!  Cartoonish is style, the cards are clean and family friendly, but who knew cute bunnies can be so devious though!  The names and titles of the action cards and targeted attacks are humorous and punny.  The artwork and the name of the action cards match and play well off of each other.

Evil Bunny is very quick and easy to learn and fun for the whole family.  There is lots of replayability.  The games themselves can be short enough to get several in during a play session, or even as quick pick-up games before everyone has arrived or before another game.

 Evil Bunny is a very light, party style card game.  This will not have heavier mechanics, and deep strategies of even other card games let alone board games.  Our games were so quick you could almost consider them a ‘warm-up’ or even ‘cool-down’ game for our regular game session.  I hope that expansions of additional action cards are available. The game feels like it just needs more cards after about the third time shuffling through the draw/discard piles.

My play group loves Evil Bunny!  We always have near the front of our library and every week there will be a few players wanting to play at least one game.  This is a great game to introduce players to card style games.  Even younger players will like it as the artwork is fun and the game is easy to get.  Staying on point with the puns of the action cards, this game is eggcelent!

Players who like Munchkin, spoons and just getting revenge on your frenemies will enjoy Evil Bunny!  Crack open a deck today!

 

After reading Tal the Wolf Card Guy and his High School Board Game Club’s review, if this sounds like a game for you at the time of this posting Evil Bunny is available for purchase. Check it out and get yours HERE.

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Tal the Wolf Card Guy – Reviewer

Tal is a Student Success Specialist at a high school in Michigan.  He runs a very popular after school game club there.  Tal grew up playing Advanced Dungeons and Dragons (2nd Edition) and started playing Magic: The Gathering in 1995.  Tal has an eclectic taste in games.  He lists his current favorites as including Magic (he has a local tournament winning Werewolf and Token decks), Munchkin, Fluxx, Scrabble (he is VERY good at this Math game.  It is not a spelling game), Catan, and Pit.  He also likes social deduction games and heavier story driven games as well.  “Playing games is a universal language and a great way to connect with people.  Even if you are not ‘talking,’ you are still communicating and connecting.  Sometimes that is all people and students need!”  

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