Eyeball Boxing Game

How To Play Eyeball Boxing

Eyeball Boxing Game Rules (PDF Instructions)


Players
2 - 5
Players
Ages
8+
Ages
Play Time
20 MIN
Play Time
Cost
$15
Price
SUMMARY
Eyeball Boxing pits players in the ring as a group of scrappy, eyeball characters. Fists fly in a toe-to-toe punch-out brawl. But eyeball boxing has never been more dangerous; with illegal moves like hot sauce in the eye and stinging insect swarms, there is no telling who will be the last eye standing.

There are two things in the world that matter to every eyeball: one is boxing; the other is making hotdogs. In this wacky card game, players will protect their eyes, try to damage other's eyes and build hot dogs. Give this zany card game a try today.

  • Dr. Toy Award Winning Game
  • Celebrity Endorsement: Jared Hess (Napoleon Dynamite)


Board Game Capital's Review:
(2018-08-21)
Eyeball BoxingJust when you think you have heard all the crazy, original names for card games, Eyeball Boxing hits the scene. This card game has no shortage of crazy, and random, graphics that make this game a completely unexpected surprise - in a good way. First impressions of this game were pretty spot on for us: "What the?" But after playing one complete game full of laughter, jabs and hotdogs we were hooked and wanted to play again.

Who would have thought eyeballs, boxing and hotdogs go together but in this game they did so well. There were two main strategies for us. 1) Protect your eyes and go after other player's eyes. If you're the last one standing then you win. 2) Work to get three complete hotdogs which will make you the winner. The fact that there are two ways to win in this game, really randomizes what players are doing and makes a very interesting gaming scenario.

Eyeball BoxingThe game rules are such that you'll need to understand what the different cards (or moves) do so you can properly block, unblock, prevent a block, steal a hotdog, etc. There are a lot of options. The fact that you can even play a card while not on your turn makes this really a free for all. We loved how much action there was, how much crazy fighting drama existed and the artwork grows on you and just makes you laugh.

We played with the full five people limit and all agreed that this is the best way to play since there is so much going on. A one on one game would be much slower, though probably still fun. Eyeball Boxing is a game that no one expects to ever play but will want to keep playing over and over again. This is a card game that will be played for years to come and last for a long time.
WHAT'S INCLUDED
  • Includes 168 Cards
  • Official Eyeball Boxing Game Rules And Instructions
HOW TO WIN
How to Win
Either be the last eyeball standing with all other eyeballs on the table blacked out or build 3 hotdogs to win the game.
How to Win
OFFICIAL GAME RULES
Please keep in mind that the official Eyeball Boxing PDF rules listed below could be different depending on the version you have. They should be an exact copy of what came in your original packaging. Download them to view now or print them for later use.


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