|Distributor:||Gold Sieber Spiele|
|Content:|| 1 Board
5 Score markers in the player colours
4 large figures:
2 brown Ancestors and 2 beige Elder
1 Boomerang (starting player symbol)
1 yellow Scorpion (time marker)
225 Tjurungas in 5 colors
Each player receives 18 Discs, 15 Cubes and 12 Cylinders
150 small Area cards divided into 10 sets of 15 cards:
3 Disc, 2 Cube, 1 Cylinder, 1 Triple, 2 Scorpion,
1 Card, 1 Ancestor, 2 Elder, 1 Ancestor/Elder.
43 big Rite cards of 5 types:
14 Disc, 12 Cube, 10 Cylinder, 5 Double, 2 Scorpion.
1 Set of Rules
1 Easy play Reference sheet
|Game target:||Scoring points by having most tokens of the indicated type during a ceremony. You then receives the number of points indicated by the scorpion token. When then scorpion token has reached the last square the game ends and a final scoring takes place depending on who has collected the most cards of each type (cube, cylinder and disc).|
|Rules:||Rules in English|
|Comments:||My edition is from 2000. The designers are Alan R Moon and Richard Borg.
The components are well done and the game keeps well to the Australian aborigin theme, which appeals a lot to me (as an Australia fan). The game is a bit too much luck driven, although the advanced rules makes this a bit better. Still it's a good game.
- The player with the boomerang starts the round. He turns the top cards of all of the
area card piles which don't have a face up card. He gets a penalty for each scorpion card.
Then in turn each player pick a face up card from one of the piles and performs the
actions indicated by the card.
|Extract from Essen report 2000-10-26||The next game we
tried with the Dutch couple and a friend of them, who joined us, was “Wongar”.
The theme was about Australian Aborigine ceremonies. It was great and
although a bit messy in the beginning and a bit luck-based, it was
appreciated. (Actually the game has advanced rules, which eliminate some
of the luck.). After heard that I could find English rules on the net, I
bought it for 55 DM.
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