Funko Games has announced five holiday-themed games featuring licensed characters set to release this fall: Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas: Making Christmas
, Disney Chip ‘n’ Dale Christmas Treasures
, Disney Cookie Swap Card Game
, Jingle All the Way: It’s Turbo Time
, and Disney Princess Present Party
In Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas: Making Christmas Card Game, the players compete to assemble toys from Holloweentown. Each player has their own goal cards showing gifts they want to assemble by swapping toy parts on the shared workbench. The one who can complete the most gifts wins the game.
The game includes 4 workbench tiles, 40 toy part cards, and 20 goal cards. It is intended for 2 to 6 players, ages 6 and up, and plays in about 20 minutes. MSRP is $6.99.
The Disney Chip ‘n’ Dale Christmas Treasures Card Game
asks players to help the notorious chipmunks collect treasures and treats from the Christmas tree while avoiding Pluto the dog, who will limit the player’s choices whenever he appears. Points are awarded for matching treasure cards.
Christmas Treasures comes with 60 treasure cards, 6 event cards, and a star token. Designed for 2 to 6 players, ages 5 and up, it takes about 20 minutes to play. MSRP is $6.99.
Disney Cookie Swap
is all about collecting matching cookies that depict favorite Disney characters. Players swap and share cookie cards from the cookie sheet board, winning points if they can get four of a kind.
For 2-5 players, ages 6 and up, Cookie Swap includes 64 cookie cards and a cookie sheet board. Plays in about 20 minutes. MSRP is $6.99.
In Jingle All the Way: It’s Turbo Time
, the players all seek to get their hands on the very last Turbo Man toy and other hotly desired holiday goodies. Based on trick-taking games, players peek at, flip, shuffle, and swap tiles to get the best toys in their cart.
Jingle All the Way: It’s Turbo Time was designed for 2 to 4 players, ages 7 and up, and plays in around 20 minutes. MSRP is $6.99.
Gift-giving is the theme in Disney Princess Present Party
, in which the players must work together to sort out the presents meant for the princesses before the party ends. Players take turns spinning the spinner and pulling presents from the bag, then they must give the present to the right princess.
MSRP for Disney Princess Present Party is $6.99. It is intended for 2 to 4 players, ages 3 and up, and takes under 20 minutes to play.
Click Gallery below to see components from three of the games.
The fall will also see the release of Funko’s The Rocketeer: Fate of the Future board game (see “Funko Games Announces New ‘The Rocketeer’ Board Game”).