Ravensburger expands its offerings with new licensed games, puzzles, and toys for 2022. | Source: Ravensburger/the Toy Book

Ravensburger has plans to release more than 210 products from its Ravensburger, BRIO, alea, Wonder Forge, and ThinkFun brands in 2022, including a new wave of licensed products featuring favorite movies, cartoons, and video games.


Disney Villainous: Bigger and Badder (Ravensburger) : The popular Disney Villainous game line adds Pixar villains for the first time with Syndrome (The Incredibles) and Lotso Bear (Toy Story 3). The game also features fan-favorite Disney villain Madam Mim (The Sword in the Stone). 
Ages: 10+; MSRP: $29.99; Available: Now  

Wizard of Oz Adventure Book Game (Ravensburger): Players can relive the magic of The Wizard of Oz film in this adventure book game, in which they work together to complete challenges and turn the pages of a unique game board book. The game includes sculpted character game pieces.
Ages: 10+; MSRP: $29.99; Available: March

echoes: The Microchip (Ravensburger): Players use sound clues to unravel the mystery of a ruined futuristic civilization in this latest story in the echoes: Audio Mystery Game series.
Ages: 14+; MSRP: $9.99; Available: March

Dungeons, Dice and Danger (alea): In this roll-and-write game from alea, players will explore dangerous dungeons while searching for treasure and glory. Created by game designer Richard Garfield, they can play through four unique illustrated realms: Annoyed Animals, Defiant Dinosaurs, Puzzled Pyarmids, and Clumsy Cultists. 
Ages: 12+; MSRP: $24.99; Available: March

Marvel Eye Found It! Board Game (Ravensburger)  
Search for hundreds of hidden illustrations in the Marvel Universe while visiting Wakanda, Asgard, and everywhere in between on a huge, beautifully illustrated game board.
Ages: 4+; MSRP: $19.99; Available: May

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Licensed puzzles (Ravensburger): Ravensburger will unveil a number of new licensed puzzles throughout 2022. For the first time ever, Minecraft will be featured in jigsaw puzzles with a range of adults’ and kids’ puzzles this year. Ravensburger is also launching seven new puzzle lines based on Warner Bros. franchises, including Harry Potter, The Lord of the Rings, Scooby Doo, The Flintstones, Space Jam: A New Legacy, Looney Tunes, and Tom & Jerry. The new lines will feature both kids’ and adults’ puzzles and will become available throughout the year. 


Disney Princess Castle Set (BRIO) : This Disney Princess-themed toy train castle set features Cinderella, Belle, and Sleeping Beauty figures, a three-cart train, and tracks.
Ages: 3+; MSRP: $129.99; Available: now at specialty retailers; on Amazon this summer

My First Railway Light Up Rainbow Set (BRIO): This 10-piece train set introduces kids to colors, sounds, and fine tuning their motor skills. It features a rainbow platform that lights up and makes sounds when the train passes through.
Ages 18 MOS+; MSRP: $74.99; Available: Spring

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Ali Mierzejewski

Ali Mierzejewski

Ali Mierzejewski is the editor-in-chief at The Toy Insider and The Pop Insider. With more than a decade of industry experience, Ali is a trusted source for parents, gift-givers, manufacturers, retailers, and more on the latest trends and hottest products. Whether you’re shopping for the best toys for kids — or looking for the latest in geek culture and entertainment for yourself — Ali’s expertise has you covered. When she’s not building LEGO sets or unwinding with a puzzle, Ali is obsessing over the latest season of The Bachelor, scrolling through Gritty’s Twitter, or rewatching The West Wing (for the 100th time). She is also a self-proclaimed expert on the history and lore of the entire Bachelor franchise. Ali has been featured on TODAY, The Wendy Williams Show, Fox & Friends, HLN, The Weather Channel, ABC World News Now, and more. You can follow her on Instagram @hashtagtrendy.