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Hand-To-Hand Wombat

Ages 7+ 3-6 players 15 minutes to play

How it works

Can you and your team build three towers before the other team destroys them?

Can you do all of that with your eyes closed?

Everyone has a secret identity, either good or bad.

Scatter the bricks into the play area and close your eyes.

Good wombats build towers.

Bad wombats
secretly sabotage those towers.

Vote to eliminate the most suspicious wombat.

Complete the towers to win.

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Hand-To-Hand Wombat

Rated 4.0 out of 5
Based on 1 review
Ages 7+ 3-6 players 15 minutes to play
$22.00

Can you and your team build three towers before the other team destroys them? Can you do all of that with your eyes closed?

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The Details
Players work together in teams with their eyes closed to either repair or sabotage three stacks of square towers before time runs out. The goal is to figure out who’s working against you, and get opposing players out of the game before it’s too late.
  • Unique theme and fun style/art designed by The Oatmeal.
  • Game inspired by Wombats, a well-loved comic by The Oatmeal.
  • Competitive, strategic, yet simple gameplay.
  • Fun for kids and adults, but designed for young adults.
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Reviewed by Anna
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Rated 4 out of 5
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Competitive hands on play!

We had the maximum amount of players (6), all adults playing this game! It was so chaotic but so fun. We played it multiple times because we wanted to keep going! It does get very crowded in the box which makes it difficult and we are worried after some time the box may start to get damaged from playing within it. However I saw on the website a couple other game play recommendations, like playing on a small blanket as the boundary instead of the box. Otherwise it has become one of our new favorites!

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