There’s no doubt that kids love games in which they’re the hero, but Ravensburger knows that they can’t help loving a good bad guy. To celebrate the best of the worst, it launched the Disney Villainous game, in which fans compete to achieve their evil goal, in 2018. The company’s next malevolent step? Marvel.

Marvel Villainous: Infinite Power celebrates five of the most malicious Marvel bad guys. Two will be announced at a later date, but the other three are Thanos, Hela, and Ultron (I’m still hoping one is Loki). They will make up the villain movers, and kids embody them to fulfill their evil plans.

The gameplay is a snap. Kids ages 12 and up need to gather two to four players to carry out actions within their realm and deal twists of fate to their opponents from a shared deck of cards that features original artwork. Three game modes are available so kids can change the difficulty and time of the game.

Families can unearth the game in August at major retailers and game shops nationwide for $34.99.