Disney Infinity Toy Box, the game that inspired the current generations to build their own worlds and pick up dozens of Disney figures, is now available for iOS. Disney Interactive announced yesterday, Disney Infinity Toy Box 2.0 is bringing a fun box world filled with characters from Disney, Pixar and Marvel to iPhone and iPad through their app.
Disney Infinity Toy Box game is a giant Disney-themed sandbox where players get to build their own world and their own games within a game. It is somewhat similar to Microsoft’s Minecraft. It also consists of pre-made games to play directly. The game includes major characters from Disney’s franchise. Marvel Superheroes are new add-ons in the recent version. Along with the cast of The Incredibles, Avengers, Spider-Man and Guardians of Galaxy are featured in this version.
The free Disney Infinity app launches some exciting new features no matter whether they have the companion toys or not. Users who download the app get three free characters to try to character trials which will cycle new characters for users to try once every three to five days. The user would be able to construct their toy boxes together with a help of any local Wi-Fi network.
The new iOS version of Toy Box is powered by the Metal graphics API, which guarantees better visuals than the older versions. Metal graphics is Apple’s popular technology. Senior producer Sean Patton says, Metal had given them full freedom to bring all the assets from the PS4 to iPad and it is very difficult for anyone to find any differences. He also assures the quality of the game in tablet or smartphone would be as good as experience with the console.
The game is recommended only for the users with iPhone 5 and higher versions and iPad2 and higher versions. Also, it suggest its users to make lot of free space before downloading as it requires 4GB memory space. Though the app is free to download, it has many in-app purchases that can be bought with credit or debit card through the iTunes account. To make the purchases parent-friendly, it has made hard for the children and those without password to make a purchase. The in-app purchase deals the range from $0.99 to $59.99.
Earlier this month Disney released a statement claiming that Disney Infinity was the best-selling toys-to-life brand in 2014, a title which Skylanders publisher Activision contested.Disney’s Infinity is expected to reach better heights with its launch of iOS version.