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Players take turns drawing cards until someone draws an exploding kitten and Kitty roulette the game. The deck is made up of cards that let you avoid exploding by peeking at cards before you draw, forcing your opponent to draw multiple cards, or shuffling the deck. The game gets more and more intense with each card you draw because fewer cards left Kitty roulette the deck means a greater chance of drawing the kitten and exploding in a fiery ball of feline hyperbole. We think this game combines all the things we're best at creating, and and put together this Kickstarter campaign because we can't build this without you.
Kitty roulette if you're into card games Mobil egyptian sex laser beams or weaponized enchiladas, please help us make this game a reality. We think you'll love it as much as we do. Hugs and enchilada kisses, -Elan, Matt, and Shane. The Origin Story Exploding Kittens started when Shane Small proposed a game to Elan Lee where a joker was inserted into a deck of cards and they took turns picking cards until the joker came up.
Over the next few weeks, two important things happened: First, after neglecting work, family, and a social life, Shane and Elan developed a rule-set that started working and brought the game to life. Second, Matt Inman saw the game, thought it was super fun, and asked to join the team. We changed the name to "Exploding Kittens" and our little team was born. We struggled with this a lot. We love the name Exploding Kittens, but we don't want to hurt kittens.
We also don't want the kittens to be hurt by anyone else. Eventually we decided to explore the concept of the kittens blowing themselves up. First, Matt tried drawing the kittens as the actual bombs: Next, we tried making the kittens suicidal, but that felt terrible. In the end, we realized that everyone understands feline shenanigans, and that could be our solution. Our kitties would not blow up out of malicious intent or negligence, but by doing the things that kittens do, like running across keyboards or chewing on things they shouldn't be chewing on.
From there, the rest of the cards fell into place, and the cards used to defuse the exploding kittens were items you'd use to defuse regular kittens. We think this game is great, but we need your help making it even better. So, if a world full of weaponized pork missiles is a world you want to live in, please back this project and help us build this game.