Get our complete games collection with this awesome bundle. We'll also be including some special Sir Picklesworth cards while stocks last.
- Plays: 2-8 Players
- Takes: 30-45 minutes
- For Ages: 10+
- Includes 180 Unique Cards
Get the complete Penguin Brawl collection with this bundle that includes the standard 120 card game, as well as expansions; Battle of the Gods and Nuclear Winter. There are 180 cards in this collection for you and your friends to get brawling with.
Penguin Brawl: Heroes of Pentarctica is a fast-paced action card game about penguins, deception and the thrill of glorious battle! The game itself is deceptively simple, just learn what each card type does, get to know the basics, and away you go; the rest is down to how you play. All in-game rules are printed directly on the cards and generally Penguin Brawl can be learned in under 5 minutes. 3-8 players is recommended in standard mode, but Penguin Brawl can be played with 2-12 players by adding Expansions and playing in "Head 2 Head" and "Penguins Gone Wild" modes.
Find out more about Penguin Brawl by visiting: https://penguinbrawl.com/
Penguin Brawl is the debut card game by Brighton based, independant developer and publisher, Team Custard Kraken. The game was funded through Kickstarter in September 2017 alongside it's first two expansions, Battle of the Gods & Nuclear Winter. Created by Anthony Harris and illustrated by Charlie Campbell.
Find the Pickle is a card game of social deduction and bluffing in which you must steal and bluff your way to finding and keeping the pickle. The game consists of 52 cards, plays 3-6 players, and lasts 10-20 minutes.
Combine both editions of Find the Pickle together for bigger, longer and more chaotic games. Just be sure to take out one of the pickles, or things may get confusing... or not? If you think you could bluff your way to finding two pickles in one game then who're we to try and stop you! Shine on you briny diamond!
Find The Pickle is not designed to be a serious game, in fact it’s mostly the opposite. Most of the cards are ridiculous in some way, with the only exception being the pickle, and lets face it – pickles are pretty ridiculous when you stop and think about them…
Deal three cards to each player, and decide who’s going first.
Play begins in a clockwise direction and continues in turns from player to player with each drawing one card at the start of their turn.
Each player can play up to two cards per turn but does not have to, and there is no limit to hand size.
The winner of the game is the player still holding the pickle when there are no cards left to draw or play.
Watch Tabletop Anachy giving Find the Pickle a go.