The game is inspired by the animated Disney short, “No Service.”

License Global

September 24, 2021

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Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck are on their way to meet Minnie Mouse and Daisy Duck on the Boardwalk when they decide to get some food and the Snack Shack has the best eats on the beach. But in their excitement to be the first to eat, the pals get into a skirmish with their trays in hand, and suddenly everyone’s wearing their lunch. 

An old-fashioned food fight ensues as hamburgers, hot dogs and French fries fly amid the chaos, calling players to join in and help sort out the orders. Disney Mickey And Friends Food Fight is an all-out dash to toss those snacks, and it’s available now from The Op. 

The game begins by shouting “1, 2, 3, FOOD FIGHT!” Every player then rolls their own set of dice simultaneously, which determines which type of food to fling, how many to take or toss, and which direction it goes in. 

The dice rolling, token tossing and collecting repeats until one player has completely emptied their food tray and shouts “Done!” to announce that they have nothing left.  

Disney Mickey And Friends Food Fight is for 3-5 players, ages 6 and up, and is available now at game stores or The Op’s online shop.

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