Monday, July 31, 2017

The Incredibles Game (2004)

The Incredibles Game (2004)


4.45833 out of 10 with 12 ratings
Board Game Rank: Not Ranked
Children's Game Rank: Not Ranked


Back of box text:

The Incredibles Game
Deactivate the Omnidroid!

Syndrome's menacing Omnidroid is wreaking havoc in the city. Mr. Incredible, Elastigirl, Violet and Dash each use their super powers to be the first to stop him.

To save the day, you must collect the controller and make your way to the Omnidroid to shut him down. But watch your step! The Omnidroid will attack and try to send you back down the street.

Be the first to the top of the street with the controller and you win!

-12 Superpower tokens
-4 Hero pawns with stands
-2 Frozone ice walls
-Label sheet

  • Designer: (Uncredited)
  • Publisher: Milton Bradley
  • Year Published: 2004
  • Number of Players: 2 - 4
  • Manufacturer Suggested Ages: 6
  • Playing Time: 0
  • Subdomain: Children's Games
  • Category: Children's Game, Dice, Movies / TV / Radio theme
  • Mechanic: Dice Rolling
  • Family: Celebrities: Walt Disney
  • Alternate Names: The Incredibles Game


3 out of 10
crap game but the board can be used as a dice tower which is cool, Fro-zone cool

2015 - thrift

5 out of 10
For a game as streamlined and simple as this one...IT TAKES FOR EVER TO PLAY. also Not the best game for little kids for that reason and that the main mechanism in the game is dropping the dice down this shoot ,so that it will hit the other players pawns and make them start over on a path. My oldest little girl freaks out over that HAH

7.5 out of 10
Not too bad for a licensed game. There's a little bit of decision-making as far as which way to go and when to use your tokens, and some risk to weigh... and the Omnidroid's attack (rolling the die to try to knock over your piece) is a cool element. My girls are huge Incredibles fans, so they'll get a lot of play with just the pieces, regardless of the game, but this is one that we'll actually play as intended once in a while. This really should have been a cooperative game, though, considering the source material. It doesn't feel right that everyone is working against each other to try to defeat the Omnidroid first, when the whole point of the movie was how they came together as a family to defeat the Omnidroid using their powers collectively.


8 out of 10
The die rolling "tower" element is fun, but sending kids back because they got touched isn't. Games like this should only last ten minutes tops and this can really push it past its fun.

5 out of 10
Found at DAV on Kansas.

3 out of 10
A favorite of my 5yr old, but I can't really stand it. Thankfully the 3D set-up is getting so worn out the game is on its last legs!

3 out of 10
yawn...annoying waste of a great license
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