Welcome to the magical world of Disney. And if you never played any of their board games, now is your chance. We have hunted down the 4 best Disney board games for 2020 below.
The Best Disney Board Games (2020):
- The Game of LIFE (Haunted Mansion)
- Disney UNO Board Game: Mickey Mouse & Friends
- Disney Board Game: Pictopia
The Best Disney Board Game (2020): The Game of LIFE (Haunted Mansion)
- For ages 9 and up
- Made of cardboard, paper and plastic
- Measures 10 1/2'' H x 16'' W x 3''D
Based on the amusement park in Disneyland, Haunted Mansion has its own version of The Game of LIFE with many parts that are familiar with the theme park. If you never went to the Haunted Mansion before, you can always just opt for this amazing reskin of Life. Well, you only have two choices: either play this game or watch the Eddie Murphy (which we do not recommend).
- Can be played solo
- Unique “scareer” system
- Ideal for casual play
- Game takes very long to finish
- Nothing too different from the original game
- Has some Eddie Murphy movie references
Top Disney UNO Board Game: Mickey Mouse & Friends
- UNO Disney Mickey Mouse & Friends is just like the matching card game you love, but with adorable Mickey Mouse graphics and a special rule!
- Each UNO Disney Mickey Mouse & Friends card features beloved classic Disney characters, like Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse.
- Help your friends with a special rule -when the Wild Friendship card is played, each player gets to discard one card from their hand.
- When you're down to one card, don't forget to yell "UNO!"
- Contains 112 cards plus instructions. For 2 to 10 players, ages 7 and older.
It is UNO and it is Mickey Mouse. It is one of the best versions of UNO and a great Disney game for kids. This UNO game comes with a neat Disney box filled with all known characters from Mickey Mouse & Friends. If you want your kid to enjoy and learn the game of UNO, this is an amazing game to introduce them to.
- Great box package
- All-star Mickey Mouse characters
- Same UNO fun
- More expensive than the orignal UNO
- Special rule does not do much
- May ruin friendships
Disney Board Game: Pictopia
- What you get - pictopia Disney comes with 200 trivia cards, 6 answer cards, 30 wager cards, 1 game board, 6 movers, 1 die, and 1 instruction manual.
- Fun play experience - you can play a game of trivia in 25 minutes, and it's perfect for 2-6 players ages 7 and up, Which makes this a perfect gift for families who love to play games together.
- Easy to understand instructions - high quality, Easy to understand instructions make it possible to start playing right away.
- Great replay value - pictopia is a trivia game with a unique twist - guess-my-answer questions reveal how much players know about each other, meaning the game can be played over and over with different answers.
- Long term quality - Since its launch in 2007, Wonder Forge has consistently offered top-quality experiences, raising the bar for preschool and family games everywhere. The preschool titles celebrate the “can do” attitude in all kids - engaging them physically, socially, and creatively. The family games bridge generation gaps and create wholesome family moments and lasting memories.
Pictopia is the great guessing game but this time with Disney themes. Instead of just general items, people and locations, players can get to play guess with famous Disney movies, locations and characters. This game is very casual and needs minimal skill to play the game and has over hundreds of pictures to choose.
- Classic Pictopia game
- Easy to understand
- Hundreds of DIsney images
- May be too easy for some
- Extremely easy for adults
- A bit expensive
What Disney Board Game Would I Buy?
We recommend The Game of Life: Haunted Mansion as the best Disney Board Game, but other games such as UNO: Mickey Mouse and Friends, and Pictopia: Disney Edition are quite good too. If your child is a fan of Disney, this is a good bunch of board games that the whole family and friends will certainly love.
Yes you can, but board games are made for up to 4 players. While it is possible to play the game by yourself, the experience is simply better with friends or family with you.
Board games have multiple items that are handcrafted by the manufacturer themselves. You pay for the effective system of the game as well as the visuals and arts.
RNG means Random Number Generation. This is all based on the dice that you are rolling, meaning your wins are based on luck, and not on skill. It is how board games are focused on.