Throw Throw Burrito by Exploding Kittens - A Dodgeball Card Game - Family-Friendly Party Games - Card Games for Adults, Teens & Kids
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- From the creators of Exploding Kittens, Throw Throw Burrito is the world's first dodgeball card game!
- Try to collect matching sets of cards faster than your opponents while simultaneously ducking, dodging, and throwing squishy airborne burritos. The cards you collect earn points, but getting hit by flying burritos loses them.
- Clear some space and put away the antiques, because you've never played a party game quite like this before. Rack up points by finding sets of three in the deck. Find matches before anyone else does.
- Steal points from your opponents by hitting them with squishy foam burritos. Declare war on your friends, brawl it out with a neighbor, or duel to determine the winner.
- For 2-6 players. Includes 120 cards, 7 tokens, and 2 INCREDIBLY CUTE foam burritos soft enough to throw at your great-great Auntie Marlene without having to feel guilty!
- "Throw Throw Burrito is a delightful mixture of cleverness and agility. It's like Uno meets Nerf." according to Marlene Huffincobble, your great Auntie and Burrito Enthusiast.
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From the manufacturer
A dodgeball card game from the creators of Exploding Kittens.
Collect cards. Play your hand. Throw things at your friends.
How it Works
Rack Up Points
Score points by finding three of a kind in the deck.
Find matches before anyone else does.
If someone plays Burrito Cards, a Battle ensues.
Steal points from your opponents by hitting them with squishy burritos.
Declare war on your friends
Some battles involve a handful of players. Others force the entire table to engage in a Burrito War. While others pit players in one-on-one duels.
Warm-up that pitching arm, sharpen those reflexes, and get ready to achieve squishy burrito dominance!
|Throw Throw Burrito: A Dodgeball Card Game||Exploding Kittens: Original Edition||Streaking Kittens: Expansion of Exploding Kittens||You’ve Got Crabs||You’ve Got Crabs: Imitation Crab Expansion||Bears vs Babies: A Monster Building Card Game|
|Number of Players||2-6||2-5||N/A||4-10 (Team Based)||N/A||2-5|
|Includes Adorable Squishy Toys||Yes||No||No||No||No||No|
|Includes Wearable Accessories||No||No||No||No||Yes||No|
Throw throw Burrito is what you get when you cross a card game with dodgeball. Try to collect matching sets of cards faster than your opponents while simultaneously ducking, dodging, and throwing squishy airborne burritos. The cards you collect earn points, but getting hit by flying burritos loses them. So clear some space and put away the antiques, because you've never played a card game quite like this before. How it works: place a pair of burritos on a table and draw cards. Keep your cards a secret. Rack up points by finding sets of three in the deck. Find matches before anyone else does. If someone plays Burrito cards, a battle ensues. Steal points from your opponents by hitting them with squishy toy burritos. Declare war on your friends. Some battles only involve a handful of players. Others force the entire table to engage in a burrito war. Duel to determine the winner. During a burrito duel, two players must stand back to back, walk three paces, and fire.
Small Parts - not for children under 3.
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|Item Dimensions||10.00 x 9.00 x 3.00 inches||4.41 x 6.38 x 1.50 inches||9.00 x 2.50 x 1.00 inches||6.00 x 4.50 x 3.13 inches||6.75 x 4.75 x 1.50 inches||1.97 x 5.91 x 6.69 inches|
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Yesterday when this arrived, my husband and I sat down to learn how to play so that we can teach everyone else on game night. It is easy to learn and appropriate for all ages. It was great fun playing this, even with just two people, and it'd be a lot more fun with a bigger group.
So I matched the 'Burrito War' cards which means everyone grabs for a burrito and throw it at another player. I whipped a burrito at my husband's chest except it accidentally hit him in the face because 1) I have terrible (or great?) aim and 2) we were sitting at very close range to each other.
Consequently, he informed me that 'we' are not allowed to play this game anymore. When he said 'we' I knew he meant me. I am not allowed to play because I cannot be trusted to not hit him in the face with a squishy burrito. He hid the box but I know where and I am totally breaking this out on family game night!
Other reviews have called the game "immature as heck", but our group found it to be completely hilarious and appropriate for all ages.
Note that we played with eight people at the table despite the game only being made for 2-6. I would recommend playing with no fewer than 4 as the rules get modified to accommodate fewer players and it would be significantly less fun. On the flip side, although the game say up to six players, we made it work for eight by reducing each player's personal draw deck that is dealt at the beginning from 15 cards down to 10. It works, but one or two "slow" players can lead to all of the cards ending up at one end of the table and the other end waiting for cards to be passed. I wish they had an expansion pack to add more cards and more burritos for an all out "burrito war".
Top international reviews
This game can be played with two players which is also super fun I suggest before playing the two of you make separate forts to run to make it extra fun otherwise the game is over fairly quickly.
So fun and so cute and has left me and my friends laughing so much
Word of warning, check your ornaments aren't in the firing line for the burrito duel..... 😂
It gets you off your screens and is good family fun. Our 8 year old loved it. You won't be playing it everyday, but for when it comes out, it has amix of physical fun and some random card play.
The only thing I was confused about, was the fact that my throw throw burrito set had a noticeably darker colour than my partner's set, and they were also a lot harder, therefore we play with his set instead of mine. However both sets were bought on the same day and by the same seller.
would highly recommend as it is great fun
and quick and easy to get started
the instrctutions are simple enough and if not, there is a helpful youtube video which explains everything
within minutes we were pelting each other with soft foamy burritos and scrambling through th deck to earn as many points as possible!
a must have family game
Make sure you move any breakable first...
It quickly gets chaotic.
It is quite simple to play but is good fun.
My kids love it (11 & 14).
Quality of the components is good too.