How much money did exploding kittens make?

How much money did exploding kittens make?

All in all, Exploding Kittens raised more than $8.7 million from more than 219,000 backers. Today, it holds the record for the #1 most-backed project as well as the #10 most-funded project in Kickstarter history.

How many cards do you deal for exploding kittens?

7 cards

What company owns exploding kittens?

Exploding Kittens”A card game for people who are into kittens and explosions and laser beams and sometimes goats”Designer(s)Elan Lee and Shane SmallIllustrator(s)The OatmealPublisher(s)The OatmealPublication dateJuly 20159

Where can I buy exploding kittens?

Exploding Kittens Game : Target.

Can you Nope an exploding kitten?

NOPE! You can also play a Nope on another Nope to negate it and create a Yup, and so on. Stop any action except for an Exploding Kitten or a Defuse card. Imagine that any card (or Pair or Special Combo) beneath a Nope card no longer exists.

Can you Nope A Skip card?

You can throw a Nope card at any time. Even if it’s not your turn. So if you’ve stacked the Exploding Kittens card for a specific player, you can always force these players to do their turn by noping their Skip, Attack or Shuffle card.

Can you nope a diffuse card?

1 Answer. Nope. You can not nope a defuse card.

Do you have to play a card in exploding kittens?

Game Play. You’ll have a deck of cards containing some Exploding Kittens. You play the game by putting the deck face down and taking turns drawing cards off the top until someone draws an Exploding Kitten. Or play no cards at all; that’s cool too.

Can you combine exploding kittens decks?

If you’d like to play with more people, combine multiple decks together or purchase our first expansion pack Imploding Kittens to add one additional player. Instructions are written on each card. When you play, each round lasts between 10 and 20 minutes. It’s an easy game to jump into and play.

Does an exploding kitten end your turn?

Play as many or as few cards as you’d like, then draw a card to end your turn. The last player who hasn’t exploded wins the game. You won’t ever run out of cards in the Draw Pile because you inserted enough Exploding Kittens to kill all but 1 player.