Sparkle*Kitty Nights Review

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Sparkle*Kitty Nights - Breaking Games
Sparkle*Kitty Nights Preview - Cover

Game title: Sparkle*Kitty Nights

Game description: What happens in the tower stays in the tower! Sparkle*Kitty Nights is a perfectly clean card game for the dirtiest minds. Discover wild new spell powers in this innuendo-filled, standalone version of the original game. Sparkle*Kitty Nights adds hidden roles and cooperative play to the game. Time to get ready, it's about to get naughty!

Overall
3.7
  • Play (Mechanics)
  • Presentation (Art/Quality)
  • Plan (Rules)

Summary

Sparkle*Kitty Nights is a new, and bit more adult, entry in the Sparkle*Kitty, a 2017 Silver Pawn’s Pick, line. It features a brand new set of cards that, while on their own seem fairly innocent, can be combined in all sorts of ways to titillate the dirtiest of minds. There’s nothing outwardly profane here. It’s all in your head.

Pros

Absolutely hilarious

Amazing artwork

Co-op play

Cons

PG-13 theme is not for everyone

Full Sparkle*Kitty Nights Review

Sparkle*Kitty Nights is a new, and bit more adult, entry in the Sparkle*Kitty, a 2017 Silver Pawn’s Pick, line. It features a brand new set of cards that, while on their own seem fairly innocent, can be combined in all sorts of ways to titillate the dirtiest of minds. There’s nothing outwardly profane here. It’s all in your head.

Compatible with the original Sparkle*Kitty, Sparkle*Kitty Nights adds a cooperative mode to the game where teams of Naughty and Nice knights work together to free themselves from their towers before the other team. In games with an odd number of players one may even be a Dragon who has special abilities to expose themselves, eat knights, and generally wreak havoc.

Sparkle*Kitty Nights Review - Nice Knights
Sparkle*Kitty Nights Review - Naughty Knights

Since I’ve already previewed the game I’ll just steal a snippet from that article real quick.

“Of course, the new gameplay isn’t what sets Sparkle*Kitty Nights apart from its predecessor.

It’s the cards.

On the surface, they’re just ordinary words, nothing vulgar, obscene, or profane. Whoo boy, though. These words are choice for the imagination. Words like “moist”, “booty”, “muffin”, and “throbbing” are just some of what you’ll find in the deck. There’s also new action cards like “Snatch”, “Spread”, and “Shaft.”

Yeah.

I almost died I was laughing so hard.

SO. HARD.

If ever there was a game made for my sense of humor, Sparkle*Kitty Nights is it.”

My thoughts on Sparkle*Kitty Nights haven’t changed at all since that initial preview. Getting the final copy in my hands has been awesome, as Breaking Games certainly knows how to make a game.

Fans of Sparkle*Kitty will certainly want to pick Sparkle*Kitty Nights up…unless they have small children in the house. While the game isn’t outwardly filthy, you don’t want your kids going around talking about Throbbing Meat Muffins at school. For us older folk…..awwwwwww yeah.

A copy of Sparkle*Kitty Nights was provided free for review by Breaking Games

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