Schrödinger’s Cats is a pseudo-scientific card game of strategic uncertainty for 2-6 players. It’s fast, fun, and full of bluffing, deduction, and cute cat pictures!
Cats are a curious lot, Cat Physicists doubly so! Their desire to discover the secrets of the universe overwhelms their already shaky catnip-influenced ethics. While Erwin Schrödinger is away, the cat physicists will play… in his lab… with their colleagues.
In Schrödinger’s Cats players run experiments, form hypotheses, and try to one-up each other’s research. Using the special abilities of Cat Physicists, such as Albert Felinestein, Sally Prride, or Neil deGrasse Tabby, to help prove their hypothesis, or at least debunk someone else’s. In the scientific challenge to conclusively determine the total number of Alive Cats, Dead Cats, or Empty Boxes in Schrödinger’s lab.