Bill Cobb Productions
Astrobirdz Card Game
Bill Cobb Productions
Deep in the Birdznest Nebula, a race of space-faring Birdz rockets through the universe, exploring the stars on their nanotechnology sports boards. Soon they discover the element Zoominium—a rare substance that transforms them into ultra powerful BerzerkerBirdz capable of amazing feats! This edition of the Astrobirdz card game includes a full-color deck of 54 cards, six foil BerzerkerBirdz cards, an Astrobirdz fingerboard, a score pad, and a set of rules.
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