Disney to launch ‘Jungle Cruise Adventure Game’ this year

The Disney Jungle Cruise Adventure Game is set to hit the shelves later this year. The game is produced by the same company that created the popular Villainous game, Ravensburger.                   This new game allows 2-4 players to take charge of their own riverboat, with an aim to navigate a dangerous river while picking up passengers and cargo. Not only will players try to keep their cargo safe, they’ll also need to pick up clues to determine which of four families has been tapped to lead the Jungle Exploration Company, led by Alberta Falls. Of course, this is a great time to release this game as Disney’s The Jungle Cruise movie is set to hit theatres on 24 July. The perfect way to tie this in. The game will cost $29.99.   Disney’s Jungle Cruise is one of the original Disneyland attractions created by Walt Disney himself. It has withstood the test of time thanks to its timeless adventure. Skippers lead guests on an incredible adventure through the most dangerous rivers of the world while providing a comedic narration. Here’s how the iconic Jungle Cruise ride is described on Walt Disney World’s website: “Embark on a river cruise where dangerous beasts and dry wit abound. Board a canopied tramp steamer piloted by your trusty skipper, who will expertly navigate you through some of the world’s most treacherous waters Steam past lush foliage, butterflies and waterfalls on the Amazon in South America. Glimpse an abandoned camp overrun by curious gorillas on the shores of the African Congo. Along the Nile, watch for bathing elephants, angry hippos and hungry lions. Be on the lookout for a tribe of headhunters recently spotted in the area. Your cruise continues down the Mekong River in Asia, home to baboons, cobras and other fearsomely life-like creatures. It’s a 10-minute, 10,000-mile journey that you won’t soon forget!”