How do we play Bears vs Babies?
The deck consists of two types of cards: bears and babies. Bears are built; they come in the form of heads, torsos, arms and legs. The player can connect the cards where they fit to form an army of creatures in front of them. Babies are played immediately into the centre of the table. They form a baby army, which must be stopped by the players bear creatures.
War is initiated by provoking the babies with a provoke card. The babies attack all of the players’ creatures at once. The player wins or loses the round based on the strength of their creature compared to the strength of the baby horde.
Strength is determined by the sum of points indicated on each card. The main strategy is to provoke the baby army before your opponents’ creatures are strong enough to win. There are additional cards in the deck to help the player strengthen their army, or attack the others players’ creatures. These cards consist of Hats, tools, and weapons.
The winner is determined by the player that has the highest point total of eaten babies!
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- 107 Cards (2.5 x 3.5″)
- Play mat
- FAQ sheet
- Rule Book
- All inside a FURRY BOX!