Beastie Bash! isn’t just a card game for kids,
it’s outside-the-box thinking — in a box. (Ages 7+)
ON KICKSTARTER: April 5 – May 9, 2014
(click here to go to the Kickstarter page)
Beastie Bash! is a silly character creation game for 1-4 players. Or, 20 minutes of family fun created by children’s book author/illustrator, Eric Wight.
“Nutty, over-the-top, clever and with plenty of kaboom and kerpow!”
– Tom Angleberger, author of the ORIGAMI YODA series
OBJECT OF THE GAME
Combine the highest scoring HEAD card with a BODY card to win the cards for that round. The game winner is the player who collects the most Beasties.
WHO IS BEASTIE BASH! FOR?
Beastie Bash! is for kids with wild imaginations, families who prefer silly to serious, and for parents who think success isn’t found on a standardized test. (‘Cause we know the real world needs innovators, not fill-in-the-bubblers.)
Beastie Bash! isn’t just fun to play, it’s also a great tool for learning both at home and in the classroom.
READING: Each card contains funny flavor text that brings the characters to life. With each new match, the text changes creating countless new reading experiences.
MATH: Kids practice addition skills as they play each round of the game. Older kids can multiply instead of add to make the math more challenging.
WRITING: Create your own adventures using the mix-and-match cards as writing prompts.
CREATOR, ERIC WIGHT of 8th Level Entertainment, LLC.
Eric Wight is the award-winning author/illustrator of the FRANKIE PICKLE kid’s book series, which is currently being developed as an animated series. He has worked in the entertainment industry for almost 20 years as a professional animator, illustrator and writer. His clientele include Walt Disney, Warner Bros., Cartoon Network, DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Capitol Records, Mattel, Simon & Schuster, Random House, MTV and many others. His work has been profiled in such publications as USA Today, Entertainment Weekly, and Time Magazine.
Download the Beastie Bash! Media Kit here.
For interviews and guest blog posts, email: Eric Wight, email@example.com