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â€œOverall, Iâ€™ve had fun with Squirmish both with my kids and with adult players. I think itâ€™s a lot of fun for families. The dice-based abilities mean that thereâ€™s still a good amount of chance involved, which gives less-experienced players a chance to take on more-experienced players, so gamers who want something with pure strategy may not like it quite as much. And donâ€™t forget to shout your battle cries as you enter the fray!â€ â€“ Jonathan H. Liu at Geekdad.
â€œItâ€™s a simple card game, but it has a lot of meat to itâ€¦ If youâ€™re looking for a battling card game that you can introduce to people to maybe even get them into bigger and deeper games, this is a great introduction to do so.â€ â€“ David at Sit Down Standard.
â€œItâ€™s pretty straightforward and itâ€™s quick to learn, but thereâ€™s a lot of different beasts and abilities.â€ â€“ Alyssa at Sit Down Standard.
â€œI get several requests for Kickstarter previews every week. Recently, I was sent a request for coverage for a game called Squirmish that was designed by a gentleman named Steven Stwalley. My heart sunk a little bit when I saw the words â€œcardâ€ and â€œcombatâ€ in his elevator pitch, but that all went away when I looked over the art assets he gave me. Squirmishâ€™s art is juvenile, obnoxious, and maybe even a little gross. In other words? I loved it.â€ â€“ Stephen Duetzmann at Engaged Family Gaming.
â€œThis game is made in direct response to collectible card games aimed at the pre-teen age group, such as Pokemon. There are battling monsters in this game, but unlike a collectible game, everything you need to play is included in one box. Iâ€™m a Pokemon Professor and Judge for the card game, so I was really very interested to try this out. It did not disappoint and actually exceeded expectations.â€ â€“ Chandra Reyer at TSRâ€™s Multiverse.
â€œI donâ€™t know what to say other than you might like it and maybe others wonâ€™t. I am one of those who like it. I donâ€™t think it will replace Pokemon for me, but it is much easier to carry around around than all my Pokemon equipment! It is not cute. However , there are some cute Squirmish monsters. Cawfeather, Opossrat, Killgor the Conquerer, Cupcake, and a few more. I say anyone 2nd grade to 9th might like it. The Battle Cries are really funny! But donâ€™t attempt to make a Donald Duck voice for Pompaduck. Oh, and be sure to add Googly eyes. ðŸ˜‰ Heheheheheheheheh ðŸ™‚ (^._.^)/ Keep on Gaming! Meow!â€ â€“ Chandra Reyerâ€™s Daughter at TSRâ€™s Multiverse.
â€œItâ€™s a really good game! I like the fighting.â€ â€“ Ty (age 9) at Board Gaming at Home.
â€œTyâ€™s age, absolutely brilliant game. If thereâ€™s one downside, itâ€™s the sheer variety.â€ â€“ Russell at Board Gaming at Home.
â€œI like all the little characters that have been made upâ€¦ theyâ€™re great fun.â€ â€“ Kelly at Board Gaming at Home.
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