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PRESS RELEASE: “All Bunnies Eat Carrots” Seeking Support On Kickstarter

Seriously, who doesn’t love a cute bunny or three?  Being an animal lover myself, I can’t just walk out of a pet store without first visiting these furry little bundles of joy.  “All Bunnies Eat Carrots“, a card game currently seeking your help on Kickstarter, features more bunnies than you’ll know what to do with.  It’s a two to four player family-friendly game that tasks players with collecting bunnies and seeing to their needs.  Each bunny has its own needs and point values, giving the game a strategic spin.  The first player to see to the needs of three bunnies effectively ends the game and all players will proceed to compare point values to see who wins…it all sounds both easy and fun to boot!


All Bunnies Eat Carrots

All Bunnies Eat Carrots


Game creators Jason and Rachel Wynia offered the following press release:

“All Bunnies Eat Carrots, nicknamed ABEC, is quick to learn and easy to play. A great family game for up to 4 players! Players gather items, find bunnies, and initiate actions using the cards they’ve been dealt. There are 11 bunnies to find and collect and each has its own needs and difficulty level. The higher the point value of the bunny, the more difficult it is to collect it! The first player to meet the needs of 3 bunnies ends the game and the player with the highest combined value of bunnies wins! The game is all designed and we are ready to send it off to production! We gotta hit our minimum to get these games to you and when you back us it lets us know our project is something you want and are interested in. We have more games in our burrow than just All Bunnies Eat Carrot as well! We have over 15 games in progress and are just getting started! We need your support to make these games a reality and are so excited for you to be a part of Design Machine Games. Let us know you’re out there; pledge now and pass us along to your friends!”

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