11 Princess Games For An Enchanting Happily Ever After

Few things capture a little one’s imagination, especially a little girl’s, like the magical world of princesses. Princess games are a fantastic way to tap into a love of adventure, magic, beauty and happily ever after. There are a large number of princess games available, often featuring everyone’s favorite Disney princesses.

Familiar characters like Elsa, Ariel, Cinderella, Snow White, Jasmine and more can be found in popular game formats like Candyland and memory games, as well as their own unique adventures. But, it’s not just about Disney princesses; most importantly, princesses encourage little ones to use their imaginations to create their own wonderful stories.

11 Magical Princess Games

Disney Princess Pop-Up Magic Cinderella’s Coach Game
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Candy Land Game: Disney Princess Edition
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Yahtzee Jr. Disney Princess Edition
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Disney Princess: Magical Jewels – Nintendo DS
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eeBoo Fairy Tale Spinner Game
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Disney Princess: Enchanting Storybooks – Nintendo DS
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1. Disney Princess Pop-Up Magic Cinderella’s Coach Game

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Little princesses will enjoy classic Disney fun with the Disney Princess Pop-Up Magic Cinderella’s Coach Game. Cinderella comes to life with a 3-D pop-up game board and a journey to the Enchanted Finish Stone. Play as either Cinderella or Prince Charming and spin to move across the board. The board movement encourages early counting skills and this uncomplicated but visually engaging game is perfect for preschoolers. An added bonus, the board connects to other Pop-Up princess games for even more expansive and magical fun.

Ages: 3+

Number of Players: 2+

 

2. Candy Land Game: Disney Princess Edition

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Candy Land has been a favorite game for generations, but the Candy Land Game: Disney Princess Edition adds a bit of magical princess fun. Enjoy the simple but engaging gameplay that encourages young players to learn colors, enhanced by the princess theme. Reviewers appreciate this edition for its familiar gameplay and report that little ones love the Disney character upgrade.

Ages: 3+

Number of Players: 2–4

 

3. Disney Princess Matching Game

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Preschoolers develop matching and memory skills with the Disney Princess Matching Game. Match Belle, Ariel, Rapunzel and all of the beloved Disney princess characters into pairs. Gameplay is simple and familiar. First, flip over a colorful tile and then attempt to find its match. Find the most matching pairs to win the game. The game includes 72 picture tiles and an instruction booklet. Matching games like this one are particularly fun because they can be played with multiple players or a single player.

Ages: 3+

Number of Players: 1+

 

4. The Little Mermaid Under the Sea Treasures Game

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The Little Mermaid Under the Sea Treasures Game features everyone’s favorite mermaid princess, Ariel. Players search Ariel’s underwater kingdom for some of the princess’s favorite items. First, flip over cards to determine which treasure you a searching for. It may be a Snarfblatt, a Dinglehopper or even a Thingamabob. Next, look beneath the popular characters for matches and get a card for that item when you make a match. Finally, watch out for waves that send all the treasures to new hiding spots. One of many princess games designed for preschoolers ages three and up.

Ages: 3+

Number of Players: 2+

 

5. Disney Princess Dazzling Princess Game

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The Disney Princess Dazzling Princess Game encourages counting and matching with fun and immersive, dress-up gameplay. Little princesses guess and pretend as they collect sparkling jewels to decorate their bracelet, ring and tiara. Players draw a card and use the clue to identify a favorite Disney princess. After a guess, the Big Heart Jewel reveals whether or not a guess is correct. Up to four players ages four and up can play and the game includes four tiaras, four rings,  decoder heart, 40 jewels, 200 cards, and game instructions. This award-winning game has received the Oppenheim Gold, Play on Words Award and The National Parenting Center Seal of Approval Award.

Ages: 4+

Number of Players: 2–4

 

6. Yahtzee Jr. Disney Princess Edition

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Enjoy all of the fun of Yahtzee featuring the magic of Disney princess games with the Yahtzee Jr. Disney Princess Edition. Unlike traditional Yahtzee played with number dice, Yahtzee Jr. uses pictures and is better suited for younger players. If you’re lucky, roll five Disney princesses to score a Yahtzee and match other dice roll combinations to win the game. Helps little ones practice basic counting and encourages visual recognition.

Ages: 4+

Number of Players: 2–4

 

7. Disney Princess: Magical Jewels – Nintendo DS

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One of the most popular princess games for the Nintendo DS platform, Disney Princess: Magical Jewels game is truly magical. Play as one of the most beloved Disney princess characters: Cinderella, Snow White, Aurora, Belle, Jasmine or Ariel. Players travel through the beautiful game environment and attempt to unlock each princess’s golden dress. Use the touch screen to interact with the scenes and solve fun, challenging puzzles along the way. Finally, complete the adventure and save the kingdom!

Ages: 3+

Number of Players: 2–4

 

8. eeBoo Fairy Tale Spinner Game

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A winner of the Oppenheim Best Toy Award, the eeBoo Fairy Tale Spinner Game challenges young adventurers to use their imaginations and tell a story. First, players spin to collect items for their story. After collecting one of each: a scene, a hero, a magical helper, a rival, a magical object, transportation and a treasure, they then tell their own story. Designed for children ages five and up, this game encourages imagination and creativity. As an added bonus, all game materials are made from 90% recycled materials.

Ages: 5+

Number of Players: 2–4

 

9. Disney Princess: Enchanting Storybooks – Nintendo DS

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Colorful creativity abounds in the Disney Princess: Enchanting Storybooks game. Players journey into the storybooks of familiar Disney Princesses, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Cinderella, Rapunzel and Tiana. They join Opal, the Keeper of Color, to recolor and restore the storybooks. Use the stylus as a magic paintbrush to complete activities like number painting, sticker scene designer, musical tune-up and more. There are over 100 coloring book pages and even bonus Snow White pages for dedicated players.

Ages: Everyone, but basic reading ability is required.

Number of Players: 1

 

10. Tell Tale Disney Princess Game

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A unique addition to the world of princess games, the Tell Tale Disney Princess Game encourages players to use their imaginations to create their very own happily ever after. Players use the 100 included illustrations to bring the story to life. They can create their own storyboard, add to another player’s story or improvise on a story. There are instructions for three methods of gameplay, but the creative possibilities are endless.

Ages: 5+

Number of Players: 1–8

 

11.  Princess Bride Opoly Board Game

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Princess Bride Opoly Board Game is perfect for fans of the quirky, charming story. The movie still remains popular today and nearly anyone who sees the movie for the first time becomes a fan. This game employs ‘Monopoly’ style gameplay using familiar places and character. Additionally, Monopoly-style games encourage skills like counting, money, reading, and strategy.

Ages: 14+

Number of Players: 2+

 

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