It’s no secret that we’re huge fans of Disney here at The Harrison Household. Just as we’re huge fans of the Disney Tsum Tsum range. So, when Sambro announced they were releasing a Disney Tsum Tsum inspired game we couldn’t wait to see it – or better yet, play it!
This isn’t the first Disney Tsum Tsum game to be released. The other is, in fact, mobile based and has been a huge hit. However, we love physical Tsum Tsums so we simply had to grab a copy of the Disney Tsum Tsum Pyramid Challenge game.
The game reminds me of Staccups in the sense that it’s super quick and simple to learn and takes a matter of minutes to play.
Inside The Box
Inside the box, there’s the ten Disney Tsum Tsum characters as well as an information sheet explaining how to play the game. The idea behind the game is simple.
Take it in turns to stack the Disney Tsum Tsums. The fastest person to stack all the Tsum Tsums without them falling is the winner. The game can be played with as little as two players or probably as many as five (although there’s no specified amount)
Although the game is easy enough to understand playing it is a little more difficult. The way in which the Tsum Tsums have been manufactured means that there ears (or hats etc…) sometimes stick out. This can make stacking even the Disney Tsum Tsum stack ’ems difficult.
In this case with all the Disney Tsum Tsums being the same size, it makes it next to impossible and actually more frustrating than fun – for us at least.
I tried to look online to see whether we were the only ones. However, at the moment there’s a lack of reviews for the product. So, if you have the Disney Tsum Tsum Pyramid Challenge game please do let us know how you’re getting on actually playing it in the comments below.
On the flip side, and what in our opinion really manage to save this game what’s was how the game pieces actually double up really well as an addition to our Disney Tsum Tsum collection.
Here’s your chance to win a brand new copy of the Disney Tsum Tsum Pyramid challenge game. Click on the terms and conditions link at the bottom of the Gleam.io giveaway to learn more.
I find the Disney Tsum Tsum stackables hard enough to stack as it is. However, in this case just getting them to stack let alone against the clock is difficult. For that reason we’ve only given the Disney Tsum Tsum Pyramid Challenge game three and a half stars.