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Rufus Frog
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Never even heard of Killer Bunnies but I bought this for a 5-year old nephew at Christmas as it looked rather fun. After the kids went to bed we adults took it for a test run and thought it most enjoyable, especially the second game when we added the second pack of cards in (fortunately the 5-year old likes it too and can cope with the 'advanced' play so we didn't have to separate the packs out again).

Having not heard of its parent, I read the name as Kinder = Children (as in kindergarten) but I had a thought just now, is it actually supposed to be kinder as in more kind? It's worrying that my subconscious now auto-associates all things board games with the Germans rather than just reading an ordinary Engish word as an ordinary English word! shake

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Jim Radford
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I think is Kinder as in child. That's how I read it anyway.

It is a lot more kind and forgiving

I have it for my kids and they love it.
 
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| Scott Kinzie |
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I think it supposed to be BOTH... as a sort of oscillating joke. It is both for "child" bunnies and "more kind than killer" bunnies.
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Julie Taylor
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It never even occurred to me that it could have a meaning other than child. Sharp of you to notice (or perhaps dull of me.)
 
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Anson Bischoff
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Definitely BOTH
 
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