This new version does not longer provide "pygame", and some package depend on it (see dnf repoquery --whatrequires pygame). That's why the update cannot be installed if you have one of these packages installed (anki is one of them). I have just tested the update on Fedora 28 and there is the same problem.
I think the bug introduced by this update is worse than the one fixed, as an end user being able to install/update packages is essential. Before dropping the "pygame" provides, all packages that depend on it should be fixed.