Taco Cat Goat Cheese Pizza
|Age Range (Description)||Adult|
|Brand||Taco Cat Goat Cheese Pizza|
|Included Components||Taco Cat Goat Cheese Pizza|
|Number of Players||3 to 8|
About this item
- PLAY IT ANY TIME ANY PLACE- Convenient take anywhere size game.
- SIMPLE AND HILARIOUS- Fast paced laugh out loud fun for any get together.
- WILDLY POPULAR- Perfect for all-ages.
- GET ROLLING IN SECONDS- Takes only a minute to learn and gameplay lasts for about 10 to 15 minutes.
This game is more mind bending and crazy than you think. Don’t let the cuteness fool you. This game is by far the most competitive and fun party game to play with friends!! The special cards mess with you mind!
Pros: hours of fun, cute drawing style, unique packaging, easy to play
Cons: may result in red hands, strain of voice from intense playing
It’s fast paced
Fun for the right group
Could be short or long
Simple in a good way
Would make an awesome drinking / drunk game
kids would like this
You could hurt yourself or others with the slapping if you’re too vigorous.
If you’re just bad at fast reaction games, you will never win.
With the wrong people, this game would just be a total bummer
The rule of “no flinching” is stupid and you will probably house rule it out
About my experience:
Okay, so I’ve only played this once so far, but the results were outstanding. I played with a group of 4 people who just wanted to play games and have fun. It was hilarious, because we were so interested in slapping NOT LAST that we were slamming the table too hard. Some cards require actions before you slap the cards like beating your chest or the table first. We would go too hard at the start until we realized that it’s not how hard you slap, it’s how fast.
Players who were not as good at card recognition fell behind. Some of the cards are coloured differently to try and throw you off. It’s not who slaps first, but who slaps last, so you just have to be faster than one friend. I can see how playing this with boring people who are too serious could really put a cramp on it’s style.
We got this for our 9 year old daughter for her birthday. While she was upstairs playing with her new gifts, my husband and I decided to try this game out. Well to our surprise it was so much fun, a tad frustrating because you get competitive and want to win! It got violent though, my watch thought I had taken a hard fall and needed SOS! lol #facepalm It might be a bit too rough for our daughter, but maybe we just need to tone down the competitiveness when playing with her! We like it!
*update. Our daughter loves it too! Great family game all around! Can be played as a two player, but the more people you have the more fun it becomes!
This game is hysterical! I played with my 7 year old daughter and my 70 year old father and we all enjoyed it. I haven’t laughed that hard in a long time!
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Beware of slapped hands 🙂 What a fun somewhat physical card game. Simple game to learn and our 10yr old loves it. Rules are simple: If spoken word from player matches the card played everyone slaps the stack of cards, last one has to take all the cards in the pile. Although this can be fun for all ages, I think the sweet spot is 8-12yrs. With so many dumb kids “board games” out there, this is a game that as a parent I don’t mind playing over and over. It can at times feel a bit like the card game War where it can drag on at times but if played strictly by the rules it can go pretty quick.
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This card game is perfect as a filler or starter game because it’s fun for everyone and very light (simple) to play. It’s a game of reflexes essentially, and kids seem as good or better than the adults at it! I highly recommend this for anyone looking for a fun, quick card game for parties or family game nights. Just be advised that after a few games you’ll want to move on to something else with more depth. But this is great for what it is!