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Cranium Disney (Family Edition)
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- Cranium, disney
- Join mickey and friends on a fun journey through the wonderful world of disney
- Enjoy this playful game that delivers fun and laughter, and stretches the imagination every time
- Custom game board
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With 400 playing cards, Disney Cranium puts a playful spin on the usual Cranium challenges. Each part of the board and deck of cards features a beloved character from a classic Disney or Pixar film that will delight and inspire you as you play.
Watch your children giggle as they come up with "things a princess might say," or try to remember the tune for Aladdin's "A Whole New World." Even parents might need to tap into their inner child as they try and sculpt Ariel out of clay, or draw Rapunzel from the new movie Tangled with their eyes closed.
Bright, fun colors and beloved characters add to the overall "Goofy-ness" of the game, all while encouraging players to let loose and have a good time. Even if your team isn't the winner, you'll still love reliving all the magical moments of your favorite Disney movies.
Crazy, Creative Fun for the Whole Family
Disney Cranium is great for large groups or events, such as birthday parties, reunions, or family game nights. The game challenges players' trivia skills and creative talents--as well as their knowledge of Disney films. Creating a fun, spontaneous atmosphere, this game keeps players ages eight and up animated and on their feet.
What's in the Box
Game board, 400 cards, six-sided die, tub of clay, timer, pad of paper, two Mickey Ears movers, six Cranium Cubes, and rules sheet.
Top Customer Reviews
Disney Oriented with a pretty gameboard
Mickey Hat as game pieces with a blue and yellow "hour" glass
Blue playdough to sculpt with!
Short gameplay if you follow the rules like getting double rolls on Mickey spots
Small game board as far as spots to move on.
Weird integration of colored dice. (You would have to balance them on your nose and say stuff like Bibbity Bobbity Boo which wasn't challenging at all)
This game seems like a Cranium Jr. (like Monopoly Jr.) but is fun for the most part but will most likely leaving those interested in a "Disney Cranium" satisfied but hoping it would have delivered more.
There are two minor things that I feel hold the game back just a little and why I give it 4 stars and not 5 stars (just my personal opinion). For one, most kids are familiar with new Disney movies, but not necessarily older Disney movies. This makes it impossible for them to answer these questions. We just end up skipping cards we don't think they will kno, but it may be beneficial in games like this that are geared towards both kids and Disney fans to pre-package the cards into older movies and newer movies. A Disney fan could then use cards from both decks in their game setup. If you are playing with kids that aren't familiar with the older movies, you can then just play with the new deck. Secondly, although there are a variety of game play types I wish that the variations in a category were increased. For example, drawing challenges always come in one of two varieties, draw blindfolded or draw using someone else's hand. It would be nice if there was just a regular draw a hint card. These could be reserved for more difficult categories. This applies to the other categories as well.
Aside from those two minor gripes, it is a very fun game.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's a fun game for families. Definitely more fun for kids to play... waaaaaaay to easy for adults.Published 2 months ago by M. Hudson
Can't see how this game is fun for kids. The questions are difficult and some of the stunt questions are super annoying! Bummer of a game : (Published 3 months ago by JW
We love to play this as a family! We have the regular version and the Disney one is just as enjoyable. It's not too easy or too hard, and provides fun no matter what age. Read morePublished 5 months ago by jackie
Some reviews said a smart or Disney wise 5 or 6 yo would do well with this. Ours did not. I'm not sure we watch enough Disney movies.Published 6 months ago by Arc
We got this for my 2 daughters who are 7.5 for Christmas. I think a lot of the tasks were too difficult for that age to do in the allowed time period. Read morePublished 6 months ago by ErinP
We are not huge movie buffs and honestly no one in our family was able to answer most of the questions. Seemed difficult but we don't watch a whole lot of TV or movies.Published 7 months ago by Wilma Gircsis