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Exploding Kittens coming to Toronto

Turn your kitties away from the screen or just hide them in a box for a few minutes so they don't see your face overcome with evil glee: Toronto has been chosen as a testing zone for the comical card game that's already become an internet sensation: Exploding Kittens.

Cartoonist Matthew Inman of The Oatmeal created one of the most successful Kickstarters of all time for the game, which combines cats, explosions, and laserbeams in a quest to save innocent cartoon kitties from, well, exploding.

The first game day is Thursday, April 9th downtown at Rogers Communcations Centre (80 Gould Street) from 4-8pm (they say they may go later), with a second play date at Face to Face Games (2077a Danforth Ave, by Woodbine Station) on Saturday, April 11th from 11am-8pm.

Just tell your cat you were out playing Cards Against Humanity.


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