Get ready for an evening of family board games with Disney Space Mountain: All Systems Go

Known as Space Mountain, the high-speed indoor roller coaster has delivered an exciting space-themed adventure to millions of guests around the world since its launch at Tomorrowland on January 2nd. May 15, 1975 at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom in Florida, then two years later on May 27, 1977 at Disneyland California.

Over the years, three other variants of Space Mountain have appeared on the horizons of Disney theme parks around the world, including Tokyo Disneyland, Disneyland Paris, and Hong Kong Disneyland. While the exterior façades, seasonal overlays and updated decorations have changed slightly from their American siblings, the Dark Ride has retained its classic space theme and thrilling speed.

European gamers and puzzle makers from Ravensburger recently released a family board game based on the famous roller coaster called Space Mountain: All Systems Work. (will open in a new tab)where players ages eight and up travel to the outer reaches of space in a race to visit all five spaceports and complete mission objectives.

Take a look at Disney Space Mountain: All Systems Go for four players. (Image credit: Ravensburger)

By rolling the dice and passing each difficult stage, gamers can fuel their spaceships, fly over wormholes and try to navigate among wandering comets, killer asteroids, mysterious planets and orbiting satellites. Pilots must send their rockets to each of these space bases, avoiding or exploiting astronomical hazards ahead of their opponents, to win the game.

Space Mountain: All Systems Go

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When you unbox Space Mountain: All Systems Go (will open in a new tab)Designed by Chris Leder and Kevin Rogers, it’s clear that an enormous amount of care and love went into the creation and production of this fun sci-fi game, taking an average of 30-40 minutes for 2-4 players to complete. .

The vibrant packaging, vibrant Galaxy playfield and mission cards, individual player rockets, game tokens, and a Launch Bay themed dice tower are the perfect choice for those who have fond memories of an exciting trip to the stars at any of the five Disney parks that offer this the hugely popular attraction “Space Mountain” (and now “Hyperspace Mountain”).

If you’re looking for more game ideas, check out our selection of the best space board games to help you plan your next gaming night. You can see what’s on sale with our best space board game deals. If you’re more into the digital transition, our guide to the best space video games might find what you’re looking for.

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