Family time is very important to us with our busy, on-the-go lifestyle between working full time, blogging, karate and all our other activities. We love our family movie nights! Whether it is just the three of us, or we gather our friends and family together at their place or ours for food and fun - we love our time together.
We were sent the game from Wonky from the USAopoly.com website and it was a blast! Here is a little more information about Wonky - the Crazy Cubes Card Game:
Wonky is the fun-filled card game of building wobbly towers with odd-shaped blocks. Trip up your opponents as you stack a large block on a small one and make the tower wobble! Then watch your friends & family squirm as they place the next block. When it’s your turn – reverse play for payback! Be the first player to get rid of all your cards without toppling the tower and you win! Wonky™: The Crazy Cubes Card Game makes a lot of family fun!
Wonky is recommended for Ages 8 and up, and you need at least 2 players for the game. We had a lot of fun playing Wonky and trying to not topple the tower and reverse the play on everyone else - especially when the tower is at it's wobbliest! The directions were easy to follow and explain to our daughter. I can't wait to take this to our friend's house for our next game night because this will really be a hit! I would recommend adding this game to your collection if you don't already have it and even gifting it this year to families on your Christmas list!
Wonky can be purchased in major retailers nationwide and online at Amazon - it retails for approximately $19.95. Recommended ages 8+ for 2 or more players.
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