Rabbit Rabbit is a trivia card game of superstitions, myths, and folklore for 1-10 players, providing a peek into the stories told and passed down through the ages to make sense of a complicated world and to help us feel in control of our own destiny.
Each deck is 350 unique cards collecting superstitions from around the world, ancient and modern, with bonus trivia, context, and history on the back of each card. The black and gold foil box was illustrated by renowned tattoo artist Kirsten Holliday, and includes an instruction booklet with gameplay rules and variants.
HOW TO PLAY
The goal of Rabbit Rabbit is to be the first to collect seven cards by answering multiple-choice questions about superstitions from around the world.
In clockwise order, players take turns answering question cards pulled from the top of the deck by the person to their right, taking care to keep the answer hidden. If the player answers it correctly, they keep the card. If they don’t, it’s discarded.
When you win your sixth card and are one card away from winning, you must say “Rabbit Rabbit” out loud. If you forget and another player notices and says it first, skip your next turn, giving everyone else a chance to catch up.