Ninja Mime Games
Ninja Mime Games
Enter ZingPow, the zany comic book hero card game for 2-6 players, perfect for both friends and family! In a city overrun by ninjas, mimes, penguins, and other villains, you and your fellow heroes have a bet to see who's best. Capture villains and put them in your pile for points. The hero with the most points wins. Sounds simple, right? Yeah, keep dreaming! You aren't the most honest of heroes. Steal and discard villains from your friends' piles-or even reverse the rules-in this fast and unpredictable game that keeps everyone scrambling for the lead! In ZingPow, there are two decks of cards one deck full of villains for you to capture, and the other full of tricks to play on your opponent. Think you're smart? See how clever you really are.
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