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Cranium Whoonu (Tin)
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- You'll have a blast getting to know your friends and family better as you discover and celebrate their favorite things
- Full of fun surprises: In each game of Whoonu, you'll uncover fun surprises about the people you think you know best
- Also great for teambuilding or icebreaker workshops
- Cranium Whoonu includes 300 cards, 36 scoring tokens and a secret envelope, all packed in a colorful tin
- Best of all, it's just as fun to play with people you've known for five minutes as with people you've known forever
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The basic concept: after receiving a hand of cards that spell out different activities or subjects (example, "skydiving," "ice cream," "little dogs,"), you choose those that would be the favorite of the person featured for that hand. You score more points for guessing most accurately. There are always laughs, and a few half-hearted arguments--"but you told me you loved olives!" If you play with strangers, you'll find out more about them. If you play with close companions, you'll still find nuances to their interests that you never knew before. Whoonu!
The main drawback to the game is its lack of 2-person rules. My wife and I created our own. We both draw four cards, then place them facedown in the order we think fits the other best. The ones that are in the right order earn point chips.
The bottom line with this game is fun, interaction, and connection. These are the same elements that have drawn us to the Cranium line in the first place, and we were not disappointed.
Based on the packaging, I figured it was a "guess how well you know the other person" type game. You pick two cards and ask someone "What do you like better--roller coasters or building snowmen?"
Well, it's a little more complicated than that.
One person--who's birthday is coming up the soonest--becomes the first Whoozit. Everyone EXCEPT the Whoozit is given four cards and, out of the four cards, you have to guess which two would be the Whoozit's favorite. Each person puts their two selected card in the Whoonu envelope and gives the envelope to the Whoozit. (This is for 3-4 players. Games with 5 or 6 players require only ONE card to be selected.)
The Whoozit then takes out the cards and puts them in order of least favorite to most favorite. Depending on how many people are playing, there are stacks of chips ranging from 1 point to 6 points--the least favorite being worth 1 point with the most favorite earning the highest point. (For example, if you're playing with 3-4 players, the highest chip would be 4 points.)
The other two players get chips that correspond to the placement (favorites) of the Whoozit. For example, if I chose Bugs and Black Licorice for the Whoozit's favorites and he places Bugs as most favorite, then I get a 4 point chip. If he chooses Black Licorice as his LEAST favorite, I get the 1 point chip.
Here's the tricky (and not so fun) part: the NEXT Whoozit (the person on the left of the previous Whoozit) gets the DISCARDED cards from the other players PLUS 2 or 3 new cards (depending on how many people are playing).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use this in a social skills group I run with 8-11 year olds. It's great for helping kids with perspective-taking as well as having a fun group game experience.Published 25 days ago by A. Stewart
We have this game but bought this one as a gift for a friend! They loved it! Packaged very nicely!Published 4 months ago by Osmund J.
Game looked used. It was all in pieces in the box!!
Disappointing because it was suppose to be a gift
Everything was in perfect condition but one of the chips used in the game was missing. Minor detail but this item was listed in mint condition so I really don't think it was fair... Read morePublished 19 months ago by ABL
my twelve year old daughter and her friends love this game. Good for a group of friends.Published 20 months ago by uktravailer