21 Best Disney Board Games for the Whole Family

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When you can’t visit Walt Disney World in person, there are still a few ways you can bring some of that Disney magic home with you.

And what’s one of my personal favorite ways to do that? Playing board games, of course.

Whether you have an upcoming game night with friends or you’re establishing a fun family game night, here are some of the best Disney board games you may want to consider:


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1. Disney Villainous

This is a relatively new board game based on the bad guys from your favorite Disney movies. There are several editions out now, but generally speaking, each comes with about 3-6 Disney villains.

In the game, you play as the Disney villain, where you will have a character-specific objective. Along the way, you take actions and play fate cards against your opponent to advance toward your goal.

So how is the game itself? While it’s a very popular series, it’s not my absolute personal favorite on the list. The gameplay can feel a little long at times, and not all of the characters feel equally balanced.

The upside? I think it’s still a good game for Disney fans, and it’s fun to play as the evil character every once in a while. Plus, the high-quality character pieces are a nice touch.

The base game plays up to 6 players and retails for $34.99 on Amazon. It is recommended for ages 10 and up.

Of course, various versions and expansions are also available. However, the Marvel version is not compatible with the other character sets.

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2. Disney Codenames

Codenames is a great game for the whole family. In fact, this one may be a better selection for families who are a little newer to the board game community.

For example, gameplay is fast and not very complicated. Players break up into two teams, where each will have a “clue master”.

Players will set out the cards into a grid, and the clue masters will try to get their teammates to guess certain cards based on one-word clues.

It’s similar to the original Codenames game, which is one of the top party games on the market.

The game can be played with two or more players and retails for $25 on Amazon. It is recommended for ages 8 and up.

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3. Disney Trivia

True fans of Disney will enjoy showing off their knowledge in this trivia game. It takes up to six players and comes with 2,000 questions that cover a wide range of Disney and Pixar stories.

Best of all, it’s not just a box of index cards with questions. There’s an interactive board where players advance based on their Disney knowledge.

The game plays up to 8 players. It retails for about $45 on Amazon and is recommended for ages 6 and up.

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4. Disney-themed Clue

Here’s another game that lets the players be the villain. Of course, there’s a good chance you’ve heard of Clue and are familiar with the basic concept of the game.

This is the who, what and where of Clue but with a Disney twist, featuring characters that include Ursula, Gaston, Lady Tremaine, Dr. Facilier, Mother Gothel and Jafar.

The game plays 2-6 players and is recommended for ages 8 and up. It retails for about $30 on Amazon.

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5. 5 Second Rule, Disney Edition

This is another simple and fun party game.

It’s one of the more fun games on the list that can be played pretty quickly and doesn’t take much time to explain the rules.

Players take turns drawing prompts, which they must answer in five seconds or less. For example, the card may say something like, “Name 3 Disney characters that can fly”. If you can’t name them in five seconds, the prompt continues to the next player – who cannot repeat your answers.

Overall, it’s an easy one to play for a family game night. It retails for $17 on Amazon and is recommended for ages 6 and up.

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6. Disney Pixar Monopoly

Here is another classic board game modeled after your favorite Disney Pixar characters.

I know what you may be thinking. Monopoly typically gets a bad reputation for taking too long and being a boring game. And while I agree that there are better games out there, Monopoly is still a fun option if you play with a time limit of 90 minutes.

It retails for about $30 on Amazon and is recommended for ages 8 and up.

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7. Marvel Dice Throne

After all these classic games, I think it’s time to throw in something a little more competitive. Enter Marvel Dice Throne.

In the game, characters battle over a series of turns using the skills from the deck and dice.

This game plays 2-6 players and should be reserved for families who are not new to board gaming, as it will be a little more complex than some of the other options on the list.

It retails for $49 on Amazon but is discounted to $36 at the time of this writing. It is recommended for ages 8 and up, with expansions also available.

Read Also: The Reason Why There’s So Little Marvel at Disney World

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8. Hail Hydra

Here is another one that both older kids and adults will enjoy.

It’s a hidden roles game that features some of your favorite Marvel characters. In the game, fight alongside fellow heroes before the city is destroyed, while trying to figure out the evil Hydra operatives who are infiltrating your team.

It’s a good hidden roles game with a Marvel theme. It retails for $12 on Amazon and is recommended for ages 14 and up.

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9. Color Brain Disney Edition

Here’s another game that has a trivia-like game component. It tests your Disney knowledge with the theme of specifically knowing what color things are. For example, do you remember what color eyes Elsa has?

The game is easy to learn how to play and only takes about 20 minutes. It is available for about $13 on Amazon and is recommended for ages 8 and up.

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10. Hocus Pocus

This one is, of course, great to play in the fall around Halloween.

This game is described as a cooperative game of magic and mayhem. In this game, my friends never like to abide by the actual rules, but it’s still a fun option.

Players work together to protect Salem’s children and stop the Sanderson sisters from completing their potion before time runs out.

It is available for about $21 on Amazon and is recommended for ages 8 and up.

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11. Disney Munchkin

If you’re familiar with board games, Munchkin is likely one that you have already heard of. In Disney Munchkin, characters collect treasures, recruit allies, find familiar items and combat enemies.

The player who reaches level 10 first wins. It is available for about $24 on Amazon and is recommended for ages 10 and up.

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12. Dixit Disney Edition

Dixit is a storytelling game where players reveal a series of cards and other players try to interpret and guess clues.

The basics of the game are pretty simple, and the character art is always fun in Dixit. The Disney artwork is naturally a magical element to the game.

To be honest, I’ve only ever played this game once because my husband felt there wasn’t enough strategy to it. But if the lack of strategy doesn’t bother you, it may be a solid option for your family.

It is available for about $40 on Amazon and is recommended for ages 8 and up.

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13. Disney Family Feud

Odds are, you’ve heard of Family Feud and you’re probably a fan. This game comes with hundreds of survey questions as well as the classic Fast-Money round, where players will quickly answer questions and prompts about their favorite Disney characters and stories.

It’s an easy game to learn to play. Plus, it is available for $22 on Amazon and is recommended for ages 6 and up.

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14. Disney Side Kicks

Disney Side Kicks is another cooperative game where players work together to solve puzzles and defeat villains like Captain Hook and Scar as they hold your favorite heroes captive.

It’s a family-friendly game where players work their way through the board, drawing cards and completing challenges as they try to save the heroes.

So in other words, it’s all up to the side kicks that feature Abu, Tinkerbell, Lumiere, Timon and Pumba and more.

It plays 2-4 players and takes about 40 minutes to play. It’s available on Amazon for about $10 and is recommended for ages 8 and up.

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15. Disney-themed Sorry!

I couldn’t wrap up the list without another game classic. This version of Sorry! features your favorite Disney villains, including Ursula, Jafar, Scar and Maleficent.

If you’re familiar with Sorry! and you’re generally a fan, you can’t go wrong with this Disney-themed version. It’s available for $25 on Amazon and is recommended for ages 6 and up.

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16. Haunted Mansion: Call of The Spirits

Here’s another fun option that’s perfect for the “spooky season”. In this game, players collect matching sets of ghost cards as they explore the classic rooms of the haunted manor. Along the way, they must avoid hitchhiking ghosts who can create chaos for you in the end.

It’s a fun game that plays 2-6 people. As an added bonus, you can even “customize” it to the Disney parks as there’s both a Disneyland edition and a Magic Kingdom edition.

They retail for about $16-32 on Amazon at the time of this writing.

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17. Disney Matching Game

I’d regret it if I didn’t include a simple card game in the list that caters to a younger Disney crowd.

This traditional matching memory game for kids is a great way to include the younger ones in the family on your next game night. It’s recommended for ages 4 and up and retails for only $13.95 on Amazon.

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18. Space Mountain The Game

I can’t say that I know of many games out there that are based on your favorite ride from the Disney theme parks. So, this game feels a bit unique in that way.

In this game, players try to complete a mission and visit all the Starports first while avoiding cosmic events and opponents.

Also, it’s pretty fast-paced and easy to learn to play. It is available for only $15 on Amazon and is recommended for ages 8 and up.

Read Also: Is Space Mountain Scary? What To Consider Before You Ride

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19. Marvel United

This game features cooperative gameplay where players act as heroes and solve challenges as they work together to defeat the villain’s master plan.

It’s also a fun game that takes about 60 minutes to play. It’s currently about $13 on Amazon and recommended for ages 14 and up.

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20. Disney Hedbanz

Disney Hedbanz is a super simple game recommended for kids ages six and up. If you’re familiar with the game “Head’s Up”, it’s similar in concept.

Players put on a Mickey Mouse headband and place a card on it. Then, they ask the group questions about the character and guess who they are.

The game retails for only $14 on Amazon.

The downside? The game doesn’t have that many cards, so I think the replay value with this game is a bit low. Still, it’s a cute game for Disney fans and kids.

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21. It’s a Small World Game

Let’s round out the list with another game that is based on a beloved Disney ride.

The It’s a Small World Game by Funko is perfect for the whole family since it’s recommended for a wide age range of four and up.

The game has an impressive 3D game centerpiece with scenes from the classic Disney ride. In the game, players collect cards as they sail along the waterway. Then, they match the most pictures before time runs out to win.

It retails for about $25 on Amazon and plays 2-6 players.

Have you tried any of these Disney games on the list? What did you think? Let me know in the comments below.

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Alaina O'Neal

Alaina is the owner and founder of Alaina Media LLC, a freelance graphic design agency, the owner and founder of BoardGameChick.com, and the co-founder of TheSmokies.com LLC – a media company that specializes in regional travel sites including HeyOrlando.com.

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