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Wobbly Worm by Spin Master is a unique game producing giggles of delight from children as they toss brightly colored rings to loop his wiggly neck.
Our family plays a lot of games. Honestly, family game time is a favorite in our house, and we have games of all shapes, sizes, and strategies.
When I opened Wobbly Worm, the kiddos were intrigued. This was much different from any other game we owned or had seen.
How to Play Wobbly Worm
The goal of the game is to be the first player to get all three of your brightly colored rings around Wobbly Worm’s long and twisting neck.
There are different ways to play depending on the age group. Wobbly Worm’s height can also be adjusted to alter the difficulty to match the age of the players. The taller Wobbly Worm is, the more he moves. The more he moves, the harder he is to loop around the neck.
As you can see, our children found Wobbly Worm to be delightful.
Wobbly Worm Game Review
Inside the Wobbly Worm box, you receive 4 extension pieces, 4 connectors, the Wobbly Worm head, an apple base, and 3 sets of three rings as well as an instruction sheet.
The game is easy to put together and to disassemble, fitting snuggly back inside the box for easy storage.
You will need to purchase two C batteries to help Wobbly Worm get moving. Installing the batteries requires a screwdriver that is long but skinny enough to get into the tunnels for the screws. We tried three different screwdrivers before we found a size that would work.
Wobbly Worm is a original game concept that can be played inside or outside as long as you have a level area for Wobbly Worm to do his dance. The children tried playing in our driveway but it slopes slightly leaving Wobbly Worm tilted. Without a flat spot, Wobbly Worm leans to one side and struggles to spin itself equally among the players.
One of the biggest benefits to the Wobbly Worm game is that children of various ages can play together.
As the rules suggest, each child places a hand on Wobbly Worm’s head and takes a step back. Then, the child drops his hand and takes two additional steps backwards. This places smaller children closer to the game while taller children are further back, equalizing the abilities of all who play.
Despite the movement, Wobbly Worm is not noisy. The children who play… that’s another story. But the giggles are a sign that Wobbly Worm is a ton of fun.
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