It’s no secret that the kids and I are madly in love with Blue Orange Games, and that is why we are sooooo excited to be giving one away!
Disclaimer: this giveaway is not in any way sponsored by Blue Orange. As much as I’d love to be an ambassador for them (HINT HINT BLUE ORANGE), I used my own money to purchase this game for the giveaway.
Description from Amazon:
BraveRats – a game by Seiji Kanai. In the Highlands of Medieval Scotland, an epic battle is taking place underfoot! Rivaling rat clans clash in a bid for the throne in this fast take on the card game War. Both players have a hand of eight cards, numbered 0 to 7, with each character on the card possessing a special power. In a calculated duel, both players reveal a card. The victory goes to the higher number, unless the special power overrules. The first player to win four rounds claims the kingdom for their clan. This minimalist wonder plays in just minutes but packs rich game play and plenty of suspense. Playing the Game: Objective: Win 4 challenges by playing the card with the highest strength, taking in to consideration any special powers. At the same time, players select which card they will use this round and place it facedown in front of them. – Players simultaneously reveal their cards – Compare the cards’ strengths (the higher number wins) – Then read both cards’ special powers and apply the effects. Created by Seiji Kanai
Ages: 8 to Adult
Skills: – Strategy – Probability
This giveaway is part of our 1000 Facebook fans contest. Officially we only hit 993 but that’s pretty close and I’m really bad at waiting, so here you go. Fill out the little dodad below to enter for your chance to win!
Meg Grooms is a decades-long secular homeschooling mother of 6 children, ranging in age from preschool to married with kids of their own. Always a vagabond at heart, Meg and her family have embraced a slow travel lifestyle, currently calling Southern California home. Your guess is as good as hers as to where they’ll end up next.
Meg blogs about secular homeschooling and gameschooling at Homeschool Gameschool.