About this item
- For ages 10 and up
- Players: 2-6 | Playing Time: 40-120 Minutes
- It's good to be the bad guy. Play as one of six iconic Disney Villains as you race to finish your objectives before the other villain.
- Includes Maleficent (Sleeping Beauty), Jafar (Aladdin), Ursula (The Little Mermaid), Captain Hook (Peter Pan), Queen of Hearts (Alice in Wonderland), and Prince John (Robin Hood).
- Compatibility - Disney Villainous strategy game can be played as a standalone board game or with the other expandalone expansion packs in the Ravensburger Disney Villainous line.
- 2019 Game of the Year - Disney Villainous won the prestigious 'Game of the Year' Award at the 2019 Toy Of The Year Awards.
- Each Villain has their own board, cards and oversized sculpted mover.
- The game where being the bad guy is a good thing.
- Fate cards allow you to meddle with other Villain's objectives!
You are the Villain! Command your henchmen, defeat the heroes, and enact your evil scheme. In Villainous, the story-based gameplay allows players to experience events from the classic Disney films, Aladdin, Sleeping Beauty, The Little Mermaid, Robin Hood, Alice in Wonderland, and Peter Pan in exciting new ways. Each Villain plays differently, offering rich strategy to explore, surprising combinations to discover, and plenty of replay value.
To play, move to a spot on your board and take actions based on your options at that location - actions will allow you to gain power, play cards, and defeat heroes. But, being a true Villain requires strategic interference with your opponents' goals. Use other players' Fate cards featuring heroes and other meddlesome objects, to prevent them from reaching their objectives. Be the first to achieve your Villain's devious objective and you win!
Q: Is this game sophisticated enough for adults who like strategy games?
A: Yes-it is a bit difficult your first play though. I recommend it for multiple players though!submitted byKy12345 - 5 years ago
A: It is very sophisticated. The gameplay is complex and you have to think up your strategy many moves ahead!submitted byFaraan - 3 years ago
A: Oh absolutely. My girlfriend, her adult family members, and I and played it. It took a round or two to understand it. But it’s definitely a game of strategy and chance sophisticated enough to be played by adults. It’s not good for kids under 10 or 12 I’d say. And some characters are really difficult while some are a bit easier. But the game is different every time you play. No matter what strategy you come up with, it’s all a matter of chance. It’s great fun, and it’s still PG enough to be played with kids around.submitted byMr Bretz - 4 years ago
A: Definitely. Perfect for adult gamers, especially Disney fans.submitted byTotoro - 5 years ago
Q: i have a family with me my husband and three girls. 2 6 and 12 who all love disney. could we play as a family and enjoy it?
A: You, your husband, and your 12 year old could play. The game is a litlle bit too complicated for a 6 & 2 year old.submitted byFaraan - 3 years ago