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Dino Time: A Card Game about Extinction

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Did Velociraptors come before or after the Stegosaurus? Were there mammals around in the time of dinosaurs? Learn the answer to both and more in this colorful mini card game!

The game involves placing cards that represent an extinct animal in a timeline on the table, with the correct extinction date determining the card's placement. Players take turns placing cards, and if a card is placed incorrectly, it is discarded and replaced with a new one. The objective of the game is to get rid of all of one's cards first.

A game made by a paleontology fan, for paleo fans!

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The game comes with 64 play cards and one front and back rules card. Cards are mini-size (half the size of a standard playing card).

Works best with 2-6 Players

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A note: as these are mini-size cards printed through DriveThruCards, this game does NOT come with a tuck box! 

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This title was added to our catalog on June 01, 2023.