Wonders of the World game

Wonders of the World game – AD sent for review and giveaway

disclosure:  we were sent the item mentioned for the purpose of review and giveaway

We recently reviewed the Flags of the World game from Tactic Games and today I want to share with you another of their games which you might enjoy.  The Wonders of the World game is also aimed at players aged eight years and over and tests your knowledge of famous landmarks from both home and abroad.

Wonders of the World game

As with Flags of the World, this card game is played with two-six players, with playtime lasting around twenty minutes. The Wonders of the World game comes with two hundred double-sided cards, six continent boards and a world map.

Wonders of the World game

The object of the game is to correctly identify the correct landmarks and then place them in the correct continent. The player who gets the most correctly guessed landmarks on the correct continent wins the game.

Wonders of the World game

The double-sided wonders of the world cards are colour coded by continent so you can decide which continents you want to play before you start the game.

Wonders of the World game

The number of cards played is dependant on the number of players playing a game.  If you have two players then you will use forty question cards.  Shuffle the relevant continent cards you’ve decided to play, deal out forty into a question card deck and the remaining cards from those continents are stacked in a scoring deck. Deal four question cards to each player, all cards are placed picture side up.

Wonders of the World game

Players take it, in turn, to choose one of their opponent’s world wonders card to try to guess the landmark correctly.  There are clues on the back of each card to help players work out what the wonder is if they can’t work it out straight away.

Wonders of the World game

My son has found the Wonders of the World game quite challenging as he’s not so familiar with quite a few of the landmarks, but that’s great really as it means the game will have longevity.  At the moment we’re concentrating on the continents he’s like to know a good proportion of the landmarks when we’re playing the game itself.  But we also look at the world map and then look at different, less familiar wonder cards so he can learn about them and then work out where they can be found on the map.

I love the educational aspect of this game and it’s a big hit here.

The Wonders of the World game is available from Debenhams.


We’ve teamed up with Tactic Games to offer one lucky reader the chance to win Wonders of the World for themselves.  Complete the Gleam form below for your chance to win.  Good luck!

Terms and conditions:

(Please note that all entries will be checked against comments for validation).

Only the first step of this form is mandatory, all other steps are optional. Only one entry per person is allowed.

This giveaway is for UK residents only.

Once a winner is randomly picked, I will check if the winner has done what was requested and I will contact them, if they do not reply within one week, the prize will be allocated to another person.  The winner’s details will be sent to Elmer Marketing for Tactic Games, in order that they can arrange delivery.  Please allow 28 days for delivery.

The giveaway will close on 15th December 2019 at midnight.

Don’t forget to visit my Giveaways page for more great prizes on offer!

Wonders of the World game worth £16.99

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52 thoughts on “Wonders of the World game – AD sent for review and giveaway

  1. The Beehive in Wellington, New Zealand, because whenever I see pictures of it I’m taken straight back to my best holiday ever!

  2. Penshaw monument, as its great to see when you have been away from home, and you know its only 5 minutes until your dogs will greet you

  3. The Liver Building, Liverpool. I love this iconic building and it’s fabulous Liverbirds . Liverpool is my fav City, love the place and the people

  4. The Angel of the North because it has it’s arms open to welcome us all. I have seen it many time from a distance and it is amazing. But when I saw it up close, I was moved to tears.

  5. I’d love to visit niagara falls because it’s such an amazing natural landmark and you can’t really appreciate the size from looking at photographs

  6. What’s your favourite landmark from around the world and why?
    l don’t know if it counts as a landmark, but Prasonissi beach in Rhodes is amazing. lt is where the Aegean and the Mediterranean Seas meet. One is green, the other is blue, one is calm, the other is choppy, one is warm, the other is not . . . . l find it an amazing place each time l visit

  7. Uluru in Australia – the giant red rock rising out of the desert is awe inspiring and a highlight of my travels around Australia

  8. The Pyramids as it always facinated me of how they built them.I’m creating one in Dragon Quest Builders 2 and trust me those are very hard to get right.

  9. Boston Stump is a place very dear to my heart. A stunning landmark in the fens. I have always loved it and it was where i married the man of my dreams 50 years ago and where we renewed our wedding vows on our Golden Wedding Anniversary in August

  10. Big Ben. Tells us the time, chimes on News at Ten, also at New Year and ‘ the Bells’ to ring / bring in the new year. London :- Where my best friend and her family moved to, and I have visited many times. Visiting them, attending weddings, etc. Some wonderful times spent in London, the Capitol.

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