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Clades: Prehistoric

Clades Prehistoric: This version of the game uses all prehistoric animals. Dinosaurs! Pterosaurs! Marine reptiles! You can even combine cards from both decks to play a combination game.

A clade is a complete branch of the evolutionary family tree. In these games, the major clades are mammals, arthropods (“bugs”), and sauropsids (reptiles and birds together).

Each major clade includes three smaller clades, such as “bats” or “turtles.” Each smaller clade is linked to one of three environments: water, land, or air.

The cards show which sorts of animals are more closely related to each other and which less closely.

Cards are laid out on the table twelve at a time, and players compete to find a “triple,” which is three cards that go together in a pattern.
Each player also has a personal card that only they can use.
Bonus cards add an exciting element of chance.
The player who spots the most triples is the winner.

After the Clades Kickstarter, we made a deal with Atlas Games, a publisher of great tabletop games. They have published Clades and Clades Prehistoric, and they’ll be able to get it into more stores than Karen and I could on our own.

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