WYRD Miniatures - The World Needs a Jetpack Unicorn
3+ Players (We recommend limiting the number to your enclosure’s fire regulation limit.)
15 – 30 minutes (or however long you want to keep playing!)
265 cards (enough to play over and over...and over)
The World Needs a Jetpack Unicorn is an absurdly entertaining party game in which you demonstrate to your friends, family, or random people in line at conventions that you’re awesome. Each player is given the task of convincing someone else that certain crazy subjects – such as glitter monsters or magnetic hands - are better, worse, or just plain weirder than others. If you can successfully do this and earn the most points, you win and get to demand that all of your friends do everything you say for the next 24 hours… Ok, that’s not really true. Turns out we can’t force mind control on your opponents, but at least you win the game!
Following Evil Baby Orphanage, Wyrd wanted to bring a new level of comedy to the table. "The World Needs a Jetpack Unicorn" is our solution to everyone's un-humorous existence. In Jetpack Unicorn, players are posed questions which fuel stories created on the spot. Players try to convince their friends (with Transmog cards) of their total awesomeness in return for points. And, you guessed it, the player with the most points at the end, wins! Selling Points: 150 different Transmog words create a fun story-telling experience! Hilarious and mind-bending art from the illustrator of Evil Baby Orphanage! 100 Scenario cards with two different questions on each card!
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