Ravensburger is a company that produces puzzles, games, and something called Gravitrax. They hold licenses to not only Disney, but also Dr. Seuss, The Beatles, and Thomas & Friends. But mostly Disney!
According to the official description, this game lets you discover playful trivia spanning decades of the Disney company, from animated classics and blockbuster movies, to television hits and dazzling theme park destinations. It’s a game of teamwork but with a competitive twist! Along the way are guess-my-answer questions that reveal how much you know about the other players.
There are some really cool elements to this game. I like the Hidden Mickey answer dials, for sure! The game board is fairly straight forward with game play following a basically straight path to the finish line.
There is a betting element where you can decide how many spaces you will move forward if you get a question right, from 1 to 5. The answer dials have windows to show your selection for multiple choice questions from A to D and also contain 6 colour choices.
I didn’t include a complete game card. The examples above are two different set of clues and questions. The questions are quite simple and most Disney fans should have a good chance of answering. The most challenging question would be the guess-my-answer option where you have to guess what one of the other players would choose.
You can read for yourself the complete game rules below:
Game play follows the basic premise of roll the die, move the number of spaces, try to answer the question, get to the end first! That’s basically it.
The back of the box shows a family with young children playing along with adults. Ages 7 and up are invited to play. I believe even the youngest Disney fan would have a sporting chance of winning, especially if they have watched Disney movies hundreds of times and Dad is just along for the ride!
For another modern family game, check out the ‘Something Wild!’ Card Game from Funko.