Throw Throw Burrito Card Game by Exploding Kittens – A Dodgeball Card Game

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  • Throw Throw Burrito Card Game by Exploding Kittens
  • A unique dodgeball card game involving soft sponge burritos
  • Suitable for adults, teens, and kids (ages 7+), 2-6 players
  • Collect equal sets of cards while dodging and throwing burritos
  • Game duration of 15 minutes, perfect for picnics and trips
  • Includes 120 cards, 7 markers, and 2 soft sponge burritos
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 7 years and up
  • Material types: Foam, Paper
    (13 customer reviews)
    Last updated on 21/02/2024 14:26 More info

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    Introducing the Throw Throw Burrito Card Game by Exploding Kittens – the ultimate dodgeball card game that will have you laughing, dodging, and burrito-battling your way to victory! This game is a must-have for all card game fans, especially those who love a good dose of adrenaline and hilarity.

    Imagine combining the excitement of dodgeball with the strategy of a card game – that’s exactly what Throw Throw Burrito offers! Get ready to duck, dive, and throw squishy burritos at your opponents, all while collecting points and avoiding getting hit yourself. It’s fast-paced, action-packed, and guaranteed to bring out your competitive side!

    Not only is Throw Throw Burrito a blast to play, but it also makes for a brilliant gift. Whether you’re looking to surprise a friend, family member, or even yourself, this game is perfect for anyone who enjoys a good laugh and some friendly competition. It’s a fantastic addition to game nights, parties, or even just a casual hangout with friends.

    Card game fans will appreciate the unique twist that Throw Throw Burrito brings to the table. It combines the best elements of traditional card games with the physicality and excitement of a dodgeball match. Plus, who can resist the adorable and hilarious artwork featuring those mischievous exploding kittens?

    So, if you’re searching for a gift that will bring endless fun and laughter to the card game enthusiasts in your life, look no further than the Throw Throw Burrito Card Game by Exploding Kittens. Get ready to throw, dodge, and burrito-battle your way to victory in the most epic dodgeball card game ever created!

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    Product Dimensions

    ‎25.4 x 22.86 x 7.62 cm, 675.85 Grams

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    Assembly Required


    Batteries Required


    Batteries included


    Material Types

    ‎Foam, Paper

    Remote Control Included




    Release date

    ‎1 Sept. 2019


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    13 reviews for Throw Throw Burrito Card Game by Exploding Kittens – A Dodgeball Card Game

    1. T. Grad

      Bought this for a Christmas present for my daughter. We had a great laugh lobbing the burritos at each other. Definitely makes you giggle as it’s just so random.

    2. Alejandro EM

      Very fun game, easy to understand the rules.
      My only suggestion, play outside as it can get out of control depending on who you play with.

    3. Provlic

      Juego de cartas con aguacates arrojadizos. Que se pueda combinar con Throw Throw Burrito lo hace aún mejor.

    4. RedHead

      After having exploding kittens for over year I got this one by the same maker for my teenagers. Its a fun game to play in a group but you need space to play.

    5. KB

      Juego muy divertido y dinámico, no se juegue en interiores!! Perfecto para un jardín durante la carnita asada, para bajar la comida.

    6. Andrea

      Nice game, I bought it to play with my partner and friends. I found it difficult to learn and difficult to play in small rooms. Avocados quite soft.

    7. Cliente de Amazon

      This game is like if dodgeball and a card game had a baby, then decided to feed that baby a steady diet of caffeine and chaos.

      The premise is simple: collect matching sets of cards faster than your opponents while simultaneously ducking, dodging, and throwing squishy airborne avocados. Sounds easy, right? Wrong. This game is a minefield of flying fruit and bruised egos.

      The first thing you’ll notice is the quality of the avocados. They’re squishy, they’re cute, and they fly through the air with the greatest of ease. But don’t let their adorable exterior fool you. These things are weapons of mass distraction. One minute you’re focused on your cards, the next you’re taking a squishy avocado to the face. It’s like a food fight and a strategy game all rolled into one.

      The gameplay is fast and furious. You’ve got to have the reflexes of a cat and the strategic mind of a chess grandmaster. One wrong move and you’re getting pelted with an avocado. But land a successful hit and you’ll be the toast of the table. It’s a game of high risk, high reward, and high hilarity.

      But be warned, this game is not for the faint of heart. It’s a battlefield out there. I’ve seen friendships tested, family members turned rivals, and quiet evenings turned into all-out avocado wars. It’s a game that demands your attention, your dedication, and occasionally, your dignity.

      In conclusion, “Throw Avocado” is a riotous romp of a game that’s guaranteed to liven up any party. It’s a game of skill, strategy, and the occasional airborne avocado. So if you’re ready to embrace the chaos, grab a copy of “Throw Avocado”. Just remember to duck.

    8. Matt Woodpecker

      Present. Good value for money as got in Black Friday deal. Good quality product and kids loved it.

    9. Susan

      Bought for my great nephew . It is a very popular game with the teens and my great nephew loved it. It comes out regularly .

    10. Grandma Laidze

      This review is based on two adults and two 12 yr olds playing – we found the rules easy to pick up after a couple of read throughs of the instructions. It’s a bit like a fast paced game of “go fish” with added chaos. Everyone enjoyed the game – including the adult who’d had to have their arm twisted to join in. There were soon shrieks of laughter from everyone as the shouts of “burrito war!” etc went out and we scrambled to hurl our missiles at each other (very soft, don’t hurt) and dive for cover. The games don’t last long so you don’t have to commit to hours if you don’t feel like it, but equally you can keep playing for as long as the fun lasts. If you don’t want an opportunity to throw things at your family without reproach, this probably isn’t for you. If you like a laugh, it probably is.

    11. Robert Perez

      El juego es muy divertido, fácil de aprender y los materiales de muy buena calidad

    12. Starry night

      Very easy to play and very funny

    13. Starry night

      This game is absolutely bonkers – and a lot of fun. It’s beautifully presented – the game comes in a nicely made, rigid storage box that should last well. If I’m being really critical, it is a bit overpackaged, although most of the internal packaging (barring cellulose wrapping around two decks of cards) is made from paper or card. The avocados are really cute: with friendly, smiling faces and slightly bugging eyes. There are decent elements of realism too: the avocado halves are pretty much the right size for a real avocado, and one half has the stone in it, whilst the other has a hole. The two would fit together neatly, were it not for their eyes! The avocados are designed to be thrown at other players: they’re made from coated foam and are soft, squishy, and completely safe. Far less sting-y than ball pit play balls can be!

      The game itself is total pandemonium, in which pretty much everything you know and expect from the structuring a board/card game… gets thrown out the window. Dealing is haphazard, as is game play. The rule booklet encourages you to watch a video instead of reading the rules. There are no clear turns. The game is designed to create a mess of cards dumped in other players’ draw pots, instead of neat, structured piles. It’s fast, furious, hilarious… and you get to repeatedly throw squishy toy avocados at people. Loved it!

      There’s a clever bit of marketing involved, too. The game is a sequel to ‘Throw Throw Burrito’, and includes an add-on extension game that can only be played in conjunction with the burrito game. The manufacturers make this hard to ignore: there’s a paper envelope of cards that you’re instructed NOT to open as it contains an expansion that can only be used in combination with ‘Throw, throw burritio’. I’m contrary enough to have followed the instructions here, and have not opened the envelope. At time of writing, we do not own ‘Throw, throw burrito’ – and unless one of our friends owns a set we can borrow, I think it’s safe to say that by Christmas we will have invested in the original game, because I think this will be a lot of fun if a family Christmas is back on the cards in 2021.

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