The Happiest Game on Earth

To infinity, and beyond! Curiouser and curiouser. Just keep swimming, just keep swimming. Hi, ho, hi, ho, it’s off to work we go! For almost a century, Disney has brought us countless movies, characters, and settings that are forever memorable. Now these properties are put into game form with Codenames: Disney Family Edition! The latest version of this popular word association game covers Disney- and Pixar-related properties from the past 90 years. The familiar gameplay takes a family angle with two difficulty levels and pictures instantly recognizable for Disney-loving families. The game is for 2-8 players aged 8 and up, perfect for kids, families, and multiple generations to play together.

Two teams of players compete to see which of them can uncover the cards for their side first. A Cluemaster on each team gives one-word clues to help team members name the Disney characters, locations, and items on the cards. It’s different each time you play! For groups with younger players, play with a 16-card grid and no game-ending card. For those with a more competitive spirit, go for the 25-card grid, where the game-ending card is simply a non-threatening X. From Steamboat Willie to Moana, Alice in Wonderland to Beauty and the Beast, there’s something for every generation.

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