This Disney Song Challenge Game Is Perfect For All Karaoke Queens

If you know your 'Hakuna Matata' from your 'Bibibbidi Bobbidi Boo', and fancy yourself as a bit of a karaoke princess, then Hasbro has got just the thing for you.

The board-game brand has created the Disney Song Challenge to test super fans on their singing skills and song expertise, and prove that they are the champion when it comes to all-things Disney.


It is pretty easy to play too - a card is flipped over from the deck, and it will reveal a Disney movie or TV show.

You have to act fast though, as the first person to jump up and belt out a song from that Disney fairy tale will win the card.

So, if you pick up Frozen, you could opt to sing 'Let It Go' or 'Do You Want To Build A Snowman', and if the Lion King card comes up, you could sing 'Circle Of Life' or 'Can You Feel The Love Tonight' at the top of your lungs.

Credit: Amazon
Credit: Amazon

But if you mess up the tune, you'll have to spin the oddly named, Wheel of Fun-sequences, and perform a 'silly action'.

Of course, these forfeits are Disney-themed, like doing an impression of a Disney character.

Some of the forfeits that you risk landing on when you spin the wheel include: 'Laugh like a villain', 'Reenact the Lady And The Tramp spaghetti scene' (best hope you actually like who you're playing with), and 'Hula dance like Lilo and Stich'.

Credit: Hasbro
Credit: Hasbro

The first player who manages to bag themselves five cards will win. Each set is priced at £29.99 and is available to purchase from Amazon.

The game includes 90 cards, full instructions on how to play, as well as a the Wheel of Fun-sequences. It is suitable for three players or more, and ages 10 and up.

Best start swotting up on Disney tunes if you want to be in with a chance of being crowned queen of this game!

Featured Image Credit: Disney Pixar/Habro

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