Welcome to the world's greatest pregnancy game! By purchasing Fetus Feud: The Game of Sudden Birth, you have generously contributed to helping babies in need. Look at you go! Now strip down to your birthday suit, cuz deliverance is nigh!
- 60 cards
Object of the Game
Attack and defend against fellow wombmates to collect Contraction Cards. Whoever has the most Contractions when the Labor Card is played wins!
Remove the Labor Card from the deck.
Shuffle the remaining cards.
Deal 5 cards to each player.
Shuffle the Labor Card back into the deck.
The game begins left of the dealer and is played in a clockwise direction.
Begin your turn by drawing a card.
You may either play a card (see "Playing a Card" on page 5), or pass your turn. You may play as many special cards in a row as you wish, but playing an attack card ends your turn.
Continue playing until someone plays the Labor Card.
Playing a Card
Use these cards to sabotage and steal cards from fellow wombmates. Playing these cards ends your turn.
Use these cards to protect your hand when attacked. Playing defense cards does not count as your turn.
The Douche Card Can Be Played To Block Any Card At Anytime, Except For The Labor Card.
Use these cards to draft and strengthen your hand, draw more cards or even induce labor. You may play as many of these as you wish before attacking another player.
End of the Game
Once the Labor Card is played, the game is over. Each player must display their Contraction Cards and count 'em up. Whoever has the most Contractions is "crowned" the winner! The losers must sing happy birthday to the winner!
In the event that two or more players have the same number of Contraction Cards, here's how you break that pesky tie:
Tied players (aka twins, triplets, etc). count their pairs of matching Contraction Cards. The player with the highest number of Contraction pairs wins.
If players are still tied after counting their matches, don't worry, we planned for this. The tied players must give their best shot at a crying baby impression.
The remaining, non-tied players then vote for their favorite impression and that player wins. Yeah, we're serious.