Disney It’s a Small World Game Pieces | Source: Funko Games

There’s more than one way to bring home the magic of the iconic Disney Parks ride, It’s a Small World, and it’s not just through song!

Embark on a boat-load of fun in Funko Games’ newest addition to its Disney board games collection, the Disney It’s a Small World Game! Kids ages 4 and up can experience the festive cultural journey of the Disney Parks attraction in a find-and-match game.

Players must collect colorful picture cards by spotting scenes on the 3D game board centerpiece, which is filled with lively, intricate illustrations authentic to the It’s a Small World cruise. From Belgium to Bangladesh, kids can explore the world on a 26-inch-scale by traveling around the clock tower with their tiny, moveable boats. The player who collects the most cards by the end of the ride wins! The game includes a game board, a clock tower, a card tray, four scene boards and rotating bases, boats, flag sails, flag tiles, cardholders, and 100 cards.

Disney It’s a Small World Game Box | Source: Funko Games

In addition to It’s a Small World, Funko Games is also offering a variety of other Disney-inspired board games for families to enjoy. The enchanting items include Disney Mickey and the Beanstalk, Disney Pixar Toy Story Talent Show, Disney Mad Tea Party, Disney You Can Fly, and Disney Hidden Mickeys. These board games are recommended for kids ages 4-6 years old and up, and may host up to 10 players. They will be available in June.

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The Disney It’s a Small World Game is available now at shop.disney.com for $24.99, and will later be available for purchase on Amazon in July.

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Ria Malatesta

Ria Malatesta

Ria Malatesta is an editorial intern at Adventure Publishing Group. When she’s not writing for the Toy Book, the Toy Insider, or the Pop Insider, she’s scouring Marvel fandom pages and patiently awaiting new episodes of Attack on Titan. She can also be found doodling in the margins of a notebook, cheffing it up in the kitchen, or settling down with a good horror movie marathon.