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Nintendo Switch now has Exploding Kittens for $10

If you’ve never heard of Exploding Kittens before, I envy you for having the opportunity to discover this strangeness for the first time. We started to cover the creation of Exploding Kittens when it was the first physical card game concept. At that time, The Oatmeal and its friends wanted to make a game that was fast, fun and abnormal. They played this game with great self-confidence.

Exploding Kittens has nothing to do with real-life kittens, real fire or the destruction of real-life kittens. Instead, it’s all about preventing explosions. You draw cards that have a variety of actions when played. Each card brings your opponent closer to destruction.

After the game became the most supported game in the history of Kickstarter, it became clear that there was potential for digital editing. Type Exploding Kittens, the application. This app already exists in the Google Play app store and the Apple app store for iOS devices. Now available for Nintendo Switch in the Nintendo store.

Exploding Kittens will cost approximately $ 10. For that, you get the original game, as well as the Streaking Kittens, Party Pack and Betrayal Pack expansions. You will also receive “exclusive cards” and multiplayer gameplay.

This game can be played alone, against online opponents, multiplayer at home, in portable mode, table mode, TV mode, all those good things. The game can be played with up to 5 players at the same time and is scheduled to launch on April 8, 2021 – that is, today.

Or you can just go back to the original card game, which still exists and is being expanded – it’s much more tactile and satisfying when you explode – unless you like sound effects and don’t have a family full of individuals who don’t make their own. sound effects. Social detachment can make this bet better in the digital world – so it’s a winner

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