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Disney Villainous board game £25 @ Argos
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Disney Villainous board game £25 @ Argos

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Posted 4th Dec 2019

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Currently reduced at Argos from £30 down to £25. Looks great.
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Wow gonna buy!
I really enjoyed this game, tough I think it can be a bit complicated to get into for some.
Jimmyray04/12/2019 17:46

I really enjoyed this game, tough I think it can be a bit complicated to …I really enjoyed this game, tough I think it can be a bit complicated to get into for some.


You mind explaining what this game is like xD? The video isn't very useful!
This game is really really hard to understand. I sold it after one failed attempt 😳
The game has great components and materials relating to the characters, and the theming is spot on, but gameplay was not obvious to us, even after watching videos. Every character has a different objective to achieve in order to win, and some are more straightforward than others to achieve. I still have this on our shelves and we will give it another go one day, but I’d hesitate to recommend it to non-gamers. Price is good though
I'd agree that this is somewhere between a lightweight and middleweight game. It's brilliant, but non-gamers might not find it super accessible. If you're planning on playing it with non-gamers, find a video tutorial and watch it together with them first so you all have an understanding of the rules in a more visual way than someone reading out rules.
Thanks for the reviews guys. Was planning to buy for my villain mad 7 year old but won’t bother!
Fantastic game but I wouldn’t recommend for young children. I think the game suggests 10 and up.
SniperViper04/12/2019 18:01

You mind explaining what this game is like xD? The video isn't very useful!


Each player plays a villain, who has their own little board and actions that they can do. They each have their own objectives specific to their villain and their own cards. You basically play your own game on your own board, but can interact and try to slow down or mess up your opponents game plan.

If you've played anything like forbidden desert or pandemic or a game where each player has a set of 3-4 actions they can do each turn, the game plays in a similar way, apart from you can screw reach other over as an action.
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