Manipulate the Economy and Out-wit your Opponents!
Welcome to Banana Republic, a politically unstable country dominated by wealthy, well-connected business elites. As one of these elites, you get to influence government policies and manipulate the economy in order to benefit your investments in Stocks, Properties and Bonds. Outsmart your opponents by hiring powerful bankers and politicians while defending your wealth against financial monsters such as Debtzilla and Inflationsaurus. Do you have what it takes to survive in this competitive world of money mania?
Wongamamania: Banana Economy is a 2 to 5 players competitive card game that educates the players on the concept of the economic cycle and investment portfolio management. It also touches on various aspects of personal finance such as risk management, insurance and estate planning. The Second Edition of Wongamania: Banana Economy is now officially launched, packed with plenty of changes. It comes with improvements in graphic design and illustration, a dual language Chinese-English instruction, a new Education sheet that guides players through hidden economic lessons.
WHAT REVIEWERS SAY
"What I got was a super fun and clever game, with a level of depth and intelligence that somehow made me smarter and learn stuff."
''When it comes to personal finance, it isn’t just about how well your assets are currently doing in the market. Financial independence should hold true regardless of whether an economy is in a bull or bear market."
"It keeps your time and money tight, making your decisions meaningful, but still allows for some unpredictability…kind of like how people interact with the economy and life in the real world."
how to play
Play Asset Cards to earn an income every round
Buy and sell your assets strategically based on the phases of the economic cycle
Manipulate the economy to benefit you and your assets the most
''Although it is an easy game to pick up (thus making it suitable even for children), it offers a surprising amount of tactical depth and replay value.''