Best 10 Games Like Unstable Unicorns

No matter how much we love Unstable Unicorns, at some point, we want to find dupes of it. That’s precisely what we will do today: present games that are pretty similar to Unstable Unicorns, but still give you a different feeling and bring better fun, in case you’re bored of the latter. 

  • Games:
  1. Exploding Kittens;
  2. Here To Slay;
  3. Fluxx;
  4. Happy Little Dinosaurs;
  5. Llamas Unleashed;
  6. Bears Vs. Babies;
  7. Rainbow Pirates;
  8. Herd Mentality;
  9. Goat Lords;
  10. Farting Frenchies;
  • Final Thoughts;

1. Exploding Kittens – $19.82

Exploding Kittens

2 to 5 players | Ages 7 and up | 56 cards;

Both games have a similar game idea, but when it comes to winning, in Unstable Unicorns, you have to collect a specific number of cards, while in Exploding Kittens you have to survive and be the last one who doesn’t explode. 

2. Here To Slay – $20.00

Here To Slay

2 to 6 players | Ages 10 and up | 115 cards;

The first game can be played by up to 8 players, while Here To Slay can be played by up to 6 people. About the winning, in both games, you’ll have to collect cards in order to win. 

3. Fluxx – $20.00

Fluxx

2 to 6 players | Ages 8 and up | 100 cards;

If we compare these two, Fluxx is a bit more complicated. However, in both, you have to use strategy, get competitive, and collect cards. 

4. Happy Little Dinosaurs – $15.49

Happy Little Dinosaurs

2 to 4 players | Ages 8 and up | 97 cards;

Both Unstable Unicorns and Happy Little Dinosaurs have cards with special actions. In the first game you have to collect cards to win, while in Happy Little Dinosaurs, you’ll attempt to collect points. 

5. Llamas Unleashed – $20.00

Llamas Unleashed

2 to 8 players | Ages 14 and up | 135 cards

Well, the main differences must be the animals, and types of actions in these two games. In both, you’ll need to collect different numbers of animals if there are 2 to 5 players, and if there are 6 to 8 players. 

6. Bears Vs. Babies – $19.16

Bears Vs. Babies

2 to 5 players | Ages 10 and up | 107 cards;

What they have in common is that they are played in several phases. However to be fair, Bears Vs. Babies is way more complicated, and this is also because of the special actions. 

7. Rainbow Pirates – $19.99

Rainbow Pirates

2 to 5 players | Ages 7 and up | 120 cards

There are obviously more details and rules in Rainbow Pirates. But one thing present in both these card games is that in each of these two games, there will be cards to both upgrades and downgrade you, which need to be used in a very clever way. 

8. Herd Mentality – $20.00

Herd Mentality

4 to 20 players | Ages 10 and up | 160 cards;

In both Unstable Unicorns & Herd Mentality, you have to collect cards, specifically, unicorns and cows, if you want to win. However, Herd Mentality is simpler, includes questions, and there’s only one may key to win: try to think like all the others. 

9. Goat Lords – $24.99

Goat Lords

2 to 6 players | Ages 7 and up | 126 cards;

There’s a similarity between unicorns and goats though… Withal both include collecting cards, in the Goat Lords, you won’t win by collecting specific numbers of animals but by reaching a specific number of points. 

10. Farting Frenchies – $14.99

Farting Frenchies

2 to 4 players | Ages 7 and up | 54 cards;

One thing’s for sure, Farting Frenchies is slightly funnier! Collecting cards is a common thing in both. In the last game, you won’t collect unicorns, but dogs and stinky things!

Final Thoughts

It’s heartwarming how similar and unique all these 10 games are. They have a common idea behind them, but all have different game actions, challenges, ways of winning, and undoubtedly, different fun. Make sure you pick your favorite, comparing it to your lovely Unstable Unicorns! 

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