When Wonder Forge asked if we’d be willing to try out some of their newest games of the season for our family game night, which consist of a good amount of Disney Junior(my kids favorite), we of course said, of course!
My hope is that my kids are similar to ours in their likes and dislikes so trying these out, I can give you a fair assessment before you go out and buy them yourself.
Here were the games that we tested out.
- World of Disney Eye Found it
- Doc McStuffins All Better
- Jake and the Neverland Pirates Shipwreck Beach Treasure Hunt
- Justice League Axis of Villains Strategy Game
- Sofia the First – Preschool Tea Party Magic
- Nickelodeon Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Flying Attack Skill and Action
World of Disney Eye Found it – Age 5+
We had so much fun with this one. The size of the game is quite long (6 feet). This was great for our 4 year old to learn and is pretty simple understand. Encourages teamwork and with twelve different realms, the parents don’t find themselves bored either (PLUS) This was a fabulous game that teaches object recognition and matching. Awesome recommendation for game night!
Doc McStuffins All Better – Age 3+
For the Doc fans out there, my daughter loved it. It was easy enough and well made that even DNH Boy who’s 2 had fun with it. Good to help the creative thinking and problem solving skills.
Another family favorite. Both kids absolutely LOVE JAKE. They couldn’t wait to try it out. Fun having the scavenger hunt around the house as well as working on their hand-eye coordination carrying the items on the sword. The sword of course is a HUGE hit with DNH Boy, but the game is easy to understand and fun for your little advertures.
Justice League Axis of Villains Strategy Game- Age 8+
The nephews had a great time with this game. Big fans of Justice League and so it was fun that it followed the characters and villans pretty close. The best part of this game is that the players work together to fight evil and not against each other which teaches teamwork. Then if you lose, you all lose collectively or win collectively. What parent doesn’t love that? Pretty easy to understand.
Sofia the First Preschool Tea Party Magic- Age 3+
As a family in LOVE with princess and tea parties. We just knew this would be a hit. This game is fun for the princesses in your family. Helps in hand-eye coordination as wells and matching and remembering. The game is about blowing the tea cup and having it turn colors. Easy for the preschoolers to understand, which is always a plus.
The boys are pretty big Nija Turtle Fans. I do have to say that there are a lot of part on this one. It takes a bit to construct, but once its together, its fun playing and trying to flip the turtles onto the tower. Just a matter of getting it put together and keeping the kids interested. If you have kids that enjoy building, then this game is for you.
All in all, some great games for the holiday season! Definitely worth checking them out!
Disclaimer: Wonder Forge did provide us with the games for review, but did not compensate us. All thoughts and opinions are my own.