Tactic Games scoops two Silver Bizziebaby Awards

Published on: 1st May 2019

The Finnish company has received two silver awards across the Adult and Toys categories.

Tactic’s Wonders of the World has been awarded Silver in the in the Educational Toys Category. The game sees players travel around the world as they attempt to recognise up to 195 of the most amazing and unique sights on the planet. An educational game with an entertaining twist, Wonders of the World includes both well-known and unfamiliar sites and is guaranteed to have the whole family enthralled.

An extension of the established classic Flags of the World game, Bizziebaby reviewers commended Wonders of the World for being simple to use, high quality and easy for kids to get to grips with. They also noted that the game encouraged kids to become more inquisitive about different countries and the world around them.

Tactic was presented with a further Silver award within the Adults category for Late Night Alias, the ultimate adult party game for childish minds. The board game contains adult themes, laugh out loud content and rude clues guaranteed to cause mischief. Reviewers described Late Night Alias as competitive fun and highly enjoyable.

Phil O’nion, business development manager at Tactic Games, said: “We’re delighted that Wonders of the World and Late Night Alias have received Bizziebaby Silver Awards in these categories. One game is perfect for all the family to enjoy whilst also helping kids learn about different areas of the world, and the other offers a great night in with friends.”

To find out more about Wonders of the World, Late Night Alias and other games in the Tactic portfolio, please contact Phil O’nion (


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