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Spin Master Games 5-Minute Marvel, Fast-Paced Cooperative Card Game for Fans and Kids Aged 8 and Up
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- Choose a marvel hero: Which marvel hero will you be? Play with the strengths and special abilities of one of these heroes to defeat the mighty thanos: Iron man, captain America, rocket and groot, black
- Team up on missions: There’s strength in numbers so unite with other marvel heroes to take on an endless stream of enemies. Strategize to overcome the obstacles and challenges thrown your way and cele
- Download free app timer: You can use any 5-minute timer that can be paused and restarted easily to play the game. For a more immersive experience, download the free app timer that was specially develop
- If you already like the 5-minute dungeon game or are a fan of marvel movies, just “take five” to play the fast-paced, real-time, cooperative card game, 5-minute marvel, for kids aged 8 and up
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Fast-Paced Cooperative Card Game
The fast-paced, cooperative card game, 5-Minute Marvel, is the perfect kick-off to game night. Choose a Marvel hero and team up with other players to defeat evil Villains, Minions and Goons in just five minutes. It’s easy to learn, quick to play and gets everyone’s adrenaline going during the epic adventure that’s just five minutes.
Thrilling Tabletop Card Game
This frantic and chaotic card game keeps everyone on edge as players must defeat an endless horde of enemies before time’s up. Everyone plays at the same time altogether. Slap down cards to match symbols on the Villain cards to destroy them, then swipe the cards to the side. Battle the next villain and the next to get to the ultimate battle against the all-powerful Thanos.
Choose Your Marvel Hero
Arm yourself with the special weapons and abilities of one of ten Marvel heroes including Iron Man, Captain America, Black Widow and Spider-Man. You can switch heroes between rounds of the game to wallop the bad guys with different superpowers each time.
Team Up on Missions
The 5-Minute Marvel Game encourages teamwork as everyone plays together to win together—or epically fail together. Communication and cooperation are keys to the game. As you frantically put down cards to take out villains, be careful not to duplicate efforts and waste cards. There are only so many cards to play to win.
Outwit the Villains
Combine your Resource Cards and Action Cards with other players to knock out the relentless swarm of creepy sidekicks and angry dudes. Choose your cards wisely because once you put a card down you can’t pick it up. With strategic thinking and a little luck, celebrate a team victory after crushing the Mad Titan Thanos.
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As it suggests it only takes 5 minutes to fight each villian, with setup in between villians taking just as long.
The game is fast, frenetic with lots of yelling and great fun.
All the heroes have unique powers and cards that work well, when you remember to use them. Squirrel Girl being a favourite, one of her cards is remove any card with a squirrel on it, as in the background of some door cards you will see squirrels.
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It has been an absolute hit for my 7 and 9 year olds since it arrived a few days ago. Bigger bonus is that Dad and I also love it! The gameplay is fun, quick, tight, intuitive and everyone feels that they are contributing. If I have any complaints it's simply that the game is pretty easy. It has 6 Bosses included with escalating difficulty, but we have yet to lose and have always had more than 1 minute remaining, even after adding cards to a medium level (still need to try advanced, but considering how much time we've had left I'm not concerned). Regardless it's fun and exciting to win, so I guess what is the harm? Everyone is having a great time, and it only takes 5 minutes (plus another 5 to sort all the cards afterward!)
Highly recommended as a family game. Too easy for more advanced gamers. I wouldn't likely play this with my other adult gamer friends, but I anticipate playing it a LOT with my kids.
The only downside is that the game takes longer to set up and recover than it does to play. After each round, cards must be gathered, separated, re-shuffled, and returned to players to begin anew. The upside to the recovery process is that it gives you time to reflect upon the round you just played, discussing how things could have been handled differently and reminding each other what particular superpower each player has.
Strategy isn't particularly deep other than making sure you don't run out of crucial cards, but there really isn't time to strategize once the clock starts ticking.
This game has a companion app that is no more than a fancy 5 minute timer. Feel free to use an egg timer if you don't like mixing digital with your analog.
After the deck is built, and modified by including an additional enemy cards and crisis cards equal to the amount of players playing, the game begins by starting a five minute timer. There is a Marvel themed timer found through the app store that is voiced by Jarvis. Players will then just play cards that match the symbol that appear on the enemy cards. Players will play a card and draw card instantaneously, but the decks they have are limited as no reshuffling is allowed. Players can use special abilities of there power deck to eliminate enemy cards with one card play or even pause the game. If players are ever stuck in the game, noone has a matching symbol in their hand, they can discard their hand and become injured. When a player becomes injured they lose their special ability on their character board, but they defeat the enemy and draw new cards.
Players continue playing until they defeat the main villain in the game or time runs out. This game plays well with two or more players as everyone is only needing to match symbols or activate abilities to eliminate enemy cards. The game requires quick thinking and communication to avoid players playing the same card when only one is needed. The tension builds up when the timer is down to a minute and there is still mission cards remaining. All this is without mentioning the crisis cards which can cause players to loose their hand or even become injured. The characters each have a nice theme to their powers like the Hulk being able to defeat any card, but he then has to revert to puny Banner. Players can do one five minute mission or all six if they would like. It is a fun game that can be a filler or just something lite for everyone to play.
For those complaining about there being lesser known characters, take it as an opportunity to get to know more of the marvel verse than what is in the movies (my boys were thrilled to see Spider Gwen and Squirrel Girl)! Lesser known heroes did not detract from the fun of the game at all and it no doubt leaves room for the creators to make an expansion pack so people can pay the extra to get the option of playing Thor or Black Panther or She Hulk or whoever they chose to include!