They should keep it in the Congo
Ubongo is a board game popular in continental Europe, but its video game counterpart doesn't hit the target. The mechanics of the game are simple: up to four players play simultaneously, each with their own "plate", which is a shape that must be completely covered with Tetromino-like objects; imagine Tetris...
About The Game
Get ready for a brand new experience while playing your favourite board game on both Wii.
The mechanic is simple; just solve as many puzzles as you can, collecting gems of the same colour. The original board game is a blockbuster in countries such as Germany, where over 1,000,000 units have been sold. It also won many awards, including the Best Family Game award in Sweden and Game of the Year award in Norway and Finland. Game modes include the History Mode where you take the role of Kanu to defeat the followers of evil Rifictus, leading him to victory. Modes also include Quick Game and Time Attack where you focus on getting the maximum number of gems within a limited time. The Multiplayer Mode allows up to four players so get your friends involved in the challenge.