Wonder Forge Disney Pictopia Review

Wonder Forge preschool games boost self-confidence by giving kids a chance to discover what they can do. Featuring beloved characters from Dr. Seuss, Disney, Richard Scarry’s Busytown, Curious George, Angelina Ballerina, DC SuperFriends, and Chuggington, our preschool games challenge kids to run, slide, hide, seek, sort, stretch, and explore.
Wonder Forge family games bridge generation gaps, strengthen sibling bonds, and provide active, engaging alternatives to TV and video games.
Discover playful trivia spanning decades of Disney magic, from animated classics and blockbuster movies, to television hits and dazzling theme park destinations. It’s a game of teamwork–with a competitive twist! Along the way, are guess-my-answer questions that reveal how much you know about the other players!
We received a Disney Pictopia Game at no cost in exchange for an honest review.
We love playing games together as a family! My boys are 7 and 9 now, so we have a selection of games that we can play together and enjoy. I’m excited to add this Disney Pictopia  to our collection. My boys are very competitive, and love everything Disney. This is the perfect family game for us. The boys have to work together, but still get to compete with each other. The trivia questions are easy enough the boys know a lot of the answers, and still hard enough that myself and my husband have to think about them.The questions range from characters, other players and the Disney Parks. We have to modify the rules a smidge sometimes for my 7 year old but the game is a blast to play and we all love it! Disney Pictopia also has an app. The app can be played on its own, or alongside with the board game, The app is perfect for when we are out of the house and need to entertain them for a few minutes. 

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