It’s been quite the year for Hocus Pocus news. Now that we are officially counting down the days until the second movie hits Disney+ this fall, we are more than ready to amp up the next few months with all things Sanderson sisters.
Thankfully, there’s a Ravensburger Disney Hocus Pocus: The Game. The fun and easy board game the whole family can play. Players work together to ruin the potions concocted by the legendary Sanderson sisters to save the lives of Salem’s children before the sun rises!
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Players must work together to ruin the Sanderson Witches’ potion three times before the sun rises. Players hold a hand of ingredients of different types and colors and attempt to match all ingredient types or colors in the cauldron.
To play, each person asks a question about another players’ hand, like an ingredient type or color. Then they play a card into the cauldron and pick up three new cards. The goal is to stun the witches three times, which means you have cards all of one color or object in the cauldron. Everyone works together to stun the withes with their collective cards.Ravensburger
Fans of the movie will recognize favorite spells, appearances by characters like Binx the cat and Billy Butcherson, and for an extra bonus, the game box is designed to look like none other than “Book.” The game includes plenty of other creepy details you love about the film, but the fantastical illustrations are tame enough for even your youngest gamers.
Each box comes with one cauldron board, 50 Ingredient cards, a Witch board, 13 Spell cards, a Sun token, four trick tokens, a rulebook, and one Binx meeple. A cooperative game that an entire group wins or loses together, it can be played with two to six players, ages eight and up. The best part? You can play a round in just 30 minutes!
Don’t forget to tune into Disney+ come Sept, 30, when Hocus Pocus 2 finally drops.
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