Ravensburger Disney Villainous Game

Ravensburger Disney Villainous Game


Ravensburger Disney Villainous Worst Takes It All - Expandable Strategy Family Board Games for Adults & Kids Age 10 Years Up - Playable as Stand-alone or Expansion


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Features

  • Characters you love - In this asymmetric board game, choose from 6 iconic Disney Villains - each with their own sinister objectives & goals. Disney Villainous comes with Captain Hook, Maleficent, Jafar, Ursula, Queen of Hearts, and Prince John. The Fate Decks also feature your favorite protagonists like Aladdin, Peter Pan, Ariel, and more
  • Great for Disney fans and families - Whether you're playing with a group of devoted Disney fans, classic strategy gamers, or with your family, Disney Villainous is perfect for any game night occasion and makes a great gift for Disney lovers
  • Easy to understand instructions - Each of the villains has their own guide, and these guides will inspire you with strategies and tips for crafting the most successful plan to win
  • Great replay value – Once you've mastered one Villain's strategy, try to master the others. A different game experience every time.
  • Compatibility - Evil Comes Prepared can be played as a standalone game or with the other games in the Villainous line: The original Villainous (The Worst Takes It All), Wicked to the Core, and Perfectly Wretched.

Reviews

  1. Firstly, be very clear, this is a very complex game. It is marketed as a strategy game and it most certainly is that. However, how many 10 year old children know about strategy? My two children (avid Disney fans) thoroughly enjoyed the game and did well at it. They are 28 and 26 years old. Before retirement much of my job was in making strategic decisions. I came 2nd or 3rd. My wife had great difficulty in learning all the rules, of which there are many and complex. There is a 10 page booklet of rules! You will need a large table to lay out all the game boards and cards. It took us 4 hours to play the game (4 people).
    This game is also marketed as a family game. Unless the children are mature, I would not agree.
    A knowledge of Disney characters is an advantage but not essential. 
  2. We only attempted to play this game once, after an hour gave up trying to understand how to play it. My 13 year daughter and I are both Disney and board game fans but just cannot figure out what to do, so confused and bored.
    Having read the many great reviews I am trying to build myself up to opening the box again and giving it another go. I would not recommend this for kids. 

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