Trivial Pursuit: Disney for All Edition

from Hasbro


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  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    Medium Difficulty


Overall Editor's Rating

What It Is

What It Is

Created for the whole family, Trivial Pursuit: Disney for All Edition is a board game with historic and current Disney trivia. The object of the game is to earn six wedges in your Mickey Mouse playing piece and then correctly answer a final question. You earn wedges by correctly answering trivia questions. There are three types of question cards. Take 2 Trivia cards are multiple-choice questions. The answers are on the back of the card, but they are hidden. Players must use the "magic" Mickey Mouse wand to reveal the hidden answers and see if they chose the right answer. My Disney cards ask personal questions about favorite Disney moments or characters, such as "Who would you rather have in your flower garden: Flick, Tinker Bell, or Thumper?" And with Disney List cards, players must work together to create lists or choose which items don't belong. The game comes with a gameboard, a die, two Mickey Mouse playing pieces, 12 wedges, 297 cards, and the "magic" wand. Trivial Pursuit: Disney for All Edition is for four players in teams of two.

Why It’s Fun

With the questions in this game, players don't have to be Disney geniuses to play. Plus, the questions span the entire Disney catalog of characters and films, which makes it great for all ages to play. We especially like the My Disney questions because there is no right or wrong answer and they help families get to know one another—and their Disney preferences—a little better. By playing the game in teams of two, parents can team up against kids or mom and brother can work together to try to beat dad and sister.

Who It’s For

Trivial Pursuit: Disney for All Edition is for fans of Disney trivia ages 8 and up.

What to Be Aware of

It takes about 30 minutes to play one game.