One of my favorite things in the world besides books and cats is games. It doesn’t matter what time of game it is, but I love them. So I decided to come up with a list of games that you can any Disney lover can play.
Disney’s Villainous by WonderForge
In this game you get to be one of six Disney villains and you have a goal to complete before everyone else does. Each character has two decks to either help them along or hurt them in the quest to complete their goal. The villain deck is a deck of cards that help the villain defeat enemies and win the game. The fate deck helps the other players stop you from winning. At the past couple of holidays my family has been playing this game. I tend to enjoy playing Maleficent and having to put curses on all of her lands while my cousin enjoys playing as Prince John and collecting power to win the game.
If you would like to check out full game play I’ve linked the Game the Game video from Geek & Sundry.
Disney Codenames by USAopoly
If you have never ever played codenames before, the premise of the game puts two teams against each other in a game of word association. In the Disney version instead of words there are pictures of Disney characters that you have to figure out how to connect with word association before the other team wins. Here are some videos by Dice Tower and USAopoly for you to check out.
3. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: A Gemstone Mining by USAopoly
This game is a press your luck competitive strategy game that gives you a chance to play as one of the seven dwarfs, mine for gems, and earn pie points from Snow White. I know it sounds like a lot, so Be Bold Games has a how to play video on their channel. I have a younger cousin who I would love to play this with and I definitely would play this with my friends because we are huge Disney nerds.
Then there are of course the rebranded versions of your favorite games like Sorry, Apples to Apples, Monopoly, trivia, and more. There is even a Disney Cards against Humanity if that is more your speed. All you have to do is look and see if there is a version of a game that they have changed to a Disney theme. It can be hit or miss with these, but you can always check out reviews or game play online to see if you will like any of these.