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The evil Gaston has riled up the townspeople into a dangerous and deadly frenzy. He has them sold on the idea that the Beast is a danger to not only the townspeople, but also everything that is good and natural. So with torches held high, the unruly mob sets off to the Beast's castle chanting "Kill the Beast!" Beast's only hope, Belle, has been locked away in a cellar with no way out.
As luck would have it, little Chip was able to sneak past the mob in order to get help. When he finally reaches Belle and her father, Chip finds there is no way to open the cellar door. Looking frantically for some way to break down the door, he stumbles upon a wood-chopping machine. With all his might, he gets the machine to work and destroys the door freeing Belle and her father.
Disney's Beauty and the Beast: A Board Game Adventure has three levels of play, a total of seven game boards to choose from and two different types of games. The first is an adventure-style game where you play as Belle. You must beat Gaston to the castle to warn the Beast. The second is a traditional board game for up to four players. Each player must choose a character, and the first person to reach the end wins. Along the way in both games you will have to play mini-games (ten in all), which can either add to the number of spaces you'll be able to move or subtract from them. It all depends on your skill!
Do you think you can save the Beast from Gaston and the angry mob? Are your reflexes fast enough to beat the challenges of the mini-games? You'd better hope so or the Beast is going to become a fur coat! ~ Jason White, All Game Guide