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Dec 14

BattleGoats Card Game Review

BattleGoats is a  goat filled modern combination of classic card games like Memory and War.

BattleGoats

One day in the land of Goatopia, a group of unknown heroes appeared through a blinding flash in the sky. They wore fancy armor and wielded powerful weapons. The Goatopians looked on as the outsiders clashed in battle with each other. These beings were at war, and they had brought the fight to the peaceful world of Goatopia. As the battles waged on, the Goatopians began to take sides and fight with the heroes. Striving for an end to the war, they became Battle Goats!

Goatopia is a magical, timeless land. Technology has far surpassed that of Earth’s however the Goatopians did not let it consume them. They found peace in a timeless era where anything goes. One day some might travel to distant planets, the next they could be foraging in the woods or digging a well by hand. There are many uncharted areas throughout the world, with only a small portion inhabited.

During the course of their history, they have learned about the humans and some of our cultures and customs, and some have even adopted our styles into their lives. It is not uncommon to see a Goatopian dressed in something a human would have once worn.

My nephew is into superheros, Pokemon and all things boy. This is a fun and different card game that is perfect for him.

The game includes: 55 Total Cards, Heavy Duty Polypropylene Box, 7 Hero Cards. 33 Goat Cards, 9 Creature Cards, 6 Equipment Cards, Rule book.

To start the battle the cards are laid out similar to memory but the game actually plays like war. BattleGoats is approriate for ages 9+ and 2-6 Players. A game typically takes anywhere from 5-30 Minutes to play.

Who in your life would love to battle the BattleGoats?

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Gina

Hi, I’m Gina and owner of this blog. I'm married with numerous nieces and a nephews. I live in the Pittsburgh PA area. To work with me for a review for you, contact me at: gina@ginaslibrary.info

1 comment

  1. T. Cryder

    I think I may love it. lol

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