Disney Villainous - Board Game Tour

Disney Villainous - Board Game Tour

Alex and I have been talking about playing through all of our board (and card games) for years and now we’ve finally started our official “tour”. It’s going to be a big project because we have a TON of games. We aren’t even sure how many we own. This will be a fun way to log them all. We are going to also keep track of who wins when we play each one and chart that data at the end. My money is on him winning more often than me.

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The first game we chose to play is a fairly new one from Disney called Villainous. Alex has always been fascinated with the Disney villains and I have to admit that they usually steal the show.

This game has some really neat pieces and great design.

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This game is a little complicated to learn and I’ll admit it took me a few times to figure it out. I wish I had thought to look up a video tutorial! I’ll save you the trouble and share this one here.

We’ve played a few times before but never with the characters we chose this time. I was Captain Hook and he was Maleficent.

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I tried to meet all of Hook’s objectives and I came close to winning.

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But Maleficent (and Alex) were just too powerful for me! He won.

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We talked about some of our previous games and we came to the conclusion that Maleficent is the easiest one to win with and Ursula is the most difficult. We will have to test out those theories sometime in the future. For now, we have other games to play!

Disney Code Names - Board Game Tour

Disney Code Names - Board Game Tour

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