Looking closer at the cards, you have options in this game. You can choose to skip your turn and go to the next person placing the risk in their hands, or you can also play a reverse card to go back to the previous player if you want to put it back on them again. However, if the other players have similar cards, they can also choose to retaliate against you and play cards that could counteract what you just did, or at least push the risk into the hands of someone else. It can be a very sneaky game if you play your hands right.
I would say all in all, we do enjoy this game. Even looking at the creativity of the warped box that the game comes in, makes you want to play it because you realize you and your friends will be bringing something more silly to the table. This is obviously no serious game. This is an excellent family game and having your children take part in it would certainly add to the enjoyment of the gameplay. This would not be for your more serious game nights, but if you and one other friend or family member, or better yet a group would like to play, that is the type of environment Wonky would excel in. It could be a fun filler game if you are in the right group too because it can take only a few minutes, or up to 10 or 15 minutes depending on the group. If you’re looking for something silly and just playful, this would be a fun little addition to your collection. I wouldn’t say it has a lot of replay ability, we can play it a few times and then we need to put it away for a while before coming back to it, but we have played this game time and time again just for fun. The artwork is sleek and clear, the game mechanics are obviously simple, but well thought out. Check this one out if you ever just want to take some time away from the competitiveness of tabletop gaming and just be a little silly.
Overall Meeple Rating: 6/10
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