OBJECT OF BEARS VS BABIES: The objective of Bears Vs Babies is to be the player who eats the most babies by the end of the game.

NUMBER OF PLAYERS: 2 to 5 Players

MATERIALS: 107 Playing Cards, a Playmat, FAQ Sheet, and a Rule Book

TYPE OF GAME: Strategic Party Game



The point of Bears Vs Babies is to create a monster that is powerful enough to eat all of the disgusting babies that are thrown its way! The player with the monster that eats the most babies wins the game! It takes a master planner to create the perfect monster. Can you do it?


Place the placemat in the middle of the playing area. Shuffle the cards found in the two packets together. Each player is then dealt one Bear Head and four more random cards. Separate the remainder of the deck into four equal stacks, creating the three Draw Piles. The game is ready to begin.


During your turn, you may only choose to do one thing. You may Take Actions, Provoke, or Dumpster Dive. If you choose to Take Actions, you may complete any combination including drawing and playing cards. If you choose to Provoke, then you will take no actions and choose which baby army to provoke. Your third option is to Dumpster Dive, meaning you may choose a card to take from the discard pile.

Play continues clockwise around the table. The first player is chosen by the group. You may play up to two cards during your turn when you are building monsters. Monsters must begin with a Head Card, and strength may be added by adding body parts to your monster.

Ensure that the stitches align while building your monster, or else pieces may not properly add up. You may work on many monsters at a time, just make sure they are strong enough to eat the babies when provoked.

There are three types of monsters: land, sea, and sky monsters. All monsters of the same type fight together. There are three types of baby armies, matching the types of monsters. The goal is to have monsters that are strong enough to eat the babies when they are provoked.

When babies are provoked, they will attach all monsters that match the type anywhere on the table. No players’ monsters are safe. The player with the strongest monsters that beat the babies collects the babies as points. If none of the monsters can beat the babies, then they win and are placed in the discard pile.

When all of the cards have been drawn, the game comes to an end. The player who has accumulated the most babies wins the game!


The game comes to an end when all of the cards have been drawn. The player who has the most points wins the game! Points are determined by tallying up the numbers on the baby cards that your monster ate.

Nakoa Davis