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Gobblin' Goblins - the 'Orrible Eat-A-Thon Card Game (Family Friendly)
- A delightfully gross, family friendly card game for those who enjoy eating mud pies, flip flops and rusty old pylons
- A strategy card game for children and adults alike with charmingly gross funny illustrations. Can you gobble the most biscuits whilst avoiding bouts of food poisoning?
- Choose from 12 horrible goblins and compete with your opponents to collect sets of colours and gobble up the most gross gourmet food.
- There's 51 unique gross food cards to gobble including fart machines, wasp cake and the fabled very tasty biscuit.
- 2-12 Players | 20-30 Minutes | Ages: 8-80 | 51 food cards, 12 goblin cards, 13 action cards and 12 distraction cards
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The mud pie is baked, the flip flops toasted and the toenails freshly clipped. Goblins, prepare to gobble!
Gobblin' Goblins is a card game where you must defeat your opponents by being the greediest goblin in a sneaky battle for gross gourmet food. It's a family friendly, strategic game with a high player count (2-12 players). So invite over your best friends, the neighbour, dear old gran and get ready for a horrible feast of epic portions!
Pick your goblin! Will it be the grotty Murky Splatters or perhaps the groovy Monday Tumfluff? What about the spiffing Tarquin St. Tea Bags or hard working Bob Grummit? Each goblin has it's own tastes so gobble up the gross food you love whilst avoiding the grub that you don't. Don't forget your goblin's special power to help you gobble your way to victory! With 12 unique goblins spanning 6 different types you'll get hours and hours of disgusting fun.
Goblins gobble everything from smelly socks to rusty old pylons! Each of the 51 yucky food cards has been lovingly illustrated with plenty of funny puns and jokes to keep you chuckling (or chundering perhaps). As we all know, goblins eat food in sets of colours because of course they do. So get those sets on to your plate and keep an eye out for those extra tasty, wild card biscuits. Gorebons, Mustard Creams and Clammy Bodgers will give you extra points, yum!
Just seen a goblin gobble up a biscuit? Throw down a food poisoning card and see if you can't bring that delicious treat back! Actions and distractions add strategy and mischief to every game of Gobblin' Goblins. There are 25 perfectly themed cards to hamper the other players' dining experience. You can't count on food staying on your plate for long with food fight and feast cards waiting in the deck. Gobbled food isn't safe either. Watch out for Vomit cards and the dreaded Explosive Diarrhoea!
Gobblin' Goblins has a flexible player count which makes it a great game to have on the shelf. It can accommodate up to 12 players making it perfect for families and gamer groups alike.
A family friendly card game full of jokes and illustrations that can be enjoyed by both kids and adults. The simple rules make it easy for children to understand but there's enough strategy for the grown ups to love it too.
It's a light card game making it perfect for casual gamers and families. It's quick play time makes it a great travel game you can take on holiday, to the pub, on a picnic or anywhere else you can think of.
Gobblin' Goblins comes in a small, robust, high quality box making it the perfect travel card game. Throw it in your bag and take the goblins everywhere you go!
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In principle it's a simple game, you try to collect food (in sets of colours or one of each colour) while discarding foods your goblin hates or has allergies to.
What you don't expect is the sheer chaotic fun of the distraction cards which can send the most fool proof strategies up in the air whilst you and the other players are left blinking and wonder what the hell is happening as the card move, change hands and disappear faster than any wheel of fortune spin.
In other words, yeah I liked it.
+ plays between 2 and 12 players!
+ suitable for all ages
+ pretty quick to play
+ the cards are well-made and the art style is hilariously disgusting
+ the different goblin types are all interesting (perhaps my favourite part of the game is introducing myself as Granny Knuckles the Dodgy Goblin)
- some of the cards don't work with less than 3 players, and with 2 players only it's not that great (it works very well with 5-8 players)
- certain rules aren't explicitly clear in the rule leaflet, so you sort of have to house rule some stuff [Edit: The creators of the card game are excellent at responding to questions about rules!]
- some of the goblin types seem to be less good than others (Grot Goblins seem to be the best)
I bought two copies of this game - one for myself and one for a friend as a gift - and I am satisfied with it. I wouldn't recommend it if you're looking for a game to play with just one other person, because it feels a bit lacking, but if you're looking for a silly little game for 3+ players, this one is great fun to play and I'd definitely recommend it.
Simple! However, with distraction cards that can be played at any time to do things like steal from other players, and action cards to make others throw their precious food up, it's impossible to predict and has some surprising depth.
I first played it at UK Games Expo along with a friend and his kids, and really liked how there was something there for all of us. The chaos enabled them to hold their own, while still letting me make satisfying strategies
Also: I kind of love the art style. Very colourful, striking and imaginative!
Heartily recommend. Especially for people who like to play games, that now have little ones around.
There are quite a lot of strategies you can deploy, some more successful than others, and what is nice is that you have to modify the way you play based on the way that others play, so it will be hard to win all the time. I think this game will become one of our regular stable of games, like Exploding Kittens, Colourbrain, Forbidden Island and Legend of Drizzt.
Good first effort by the creator! Look forward to well-thought through expansion packs...
Although the game can be played by two, I think its more interesting and unpredictable with more players.