Do you miss Disney Infinity? Are you a fan of Disney’s Doorables? Maybe you like tabletop gaming? Well if you answered yes to any of these, you might be interested in the upcoming, expandable tabletop game from Funko called KingdoMania.
Disney Kingdomania is playable by 1 or more. The game itself is an 8-bit-esque style game that players can customize as the board is made up of tiles that you can buy more to add on to. This way Disney can make as much money as possible.
It’s akin to the old Disney Infinity where you would buy extra characters or disks to give yourself more playability. There will be 40 figures available to start.
Honestly, they look a lot like Disney’s Doorable figures, but boxier.
Here’s a bit about the game:
“The game places players in a world akin to that found in Wreck-It Ralph, full of video game pixel art-style characters, power-ups in the form of familiar Disney and Pixar items, and glitches. These glitches are causing trouble in this board game’s world, mashing levels together to create cross-over chaos. Failure to patch up the glitches will lead to what every gamer dreads, a “Game Over.”
There will be two sizes of add on packs. One will be the Super Game Pack at $22.99 that will give you four characters, two items and 20 additional game tiles. The smaller option will be the Game Ball at $9.99 and that one gives you two characters and 12 game tiles.
You can play these individually or use them to add on to what you already have.
The game is set to release this Fall, likely in October.
In the meantime Amazon is having sales on a couple other Disney games you might want to pick up!
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