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Disney Villainous Board Games Are Up To 50% Off - Star Wars, Marvel, And More

Jump into the shoes of Darth Vader, Kylo Ren, Syndrome, Gaston, and other iconic villains with these great deals.


What started as a single board game that lets you take control of iconic Disney villains, Villainous now has multiple expansions and spin-offs. From Star Wars and Marvel to Toy Story and the Incredibles, a lot of high-profile bad guys from popular franchises have found their way into this board game universe. If you haven't checked it out, now is a good time to finally pull the trigger--a bunch of Villainous games are on sale at Amazon, some of which are seeing a nice 50% discount.

Star Wars Villainous
Star Wars Villainous

The best deal is for Star Wars Villainous: Power of the Dark Side, as it's listed for $20 (down from $40). It includes everything you need to start playing Villainous, allowing you to jump into the shoes of Darth Vader, Kylo Ren, General Grievous, Asajj Ventress, and Moff Gideon. The game also comes with five sculpted villain pieces, over 200 illustrated cards, and all the other tokens and trackers you need to effectively play the game.

For more Star Wars fun, you'll find the Scum and Villainy set discounted to $25 (down from $30). Ravensburger bills this as an "expandalone" pack, as it works with other Star Wars Villainous games or can be played on its own with the need for other packs.

Villainous games typically support up to four players and run for less than an hour, making them a great option for family game nights.

Aside from Star Wars, you'll find a nice variety of other Villainous games on sale that let you play as Thanos, Ultron, Doctor Octopus, Venom, Gaston, Syndrome, and several other iconic faces. You'll find all the best Villainous deals below.

Best Villainous Deals

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