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Gameloft has partnered with Disney to launch a new game on smartphones and tablets running Android or iOS. The new mobile game, Disney Magic Kingdom, includes iconic Disney characters like Mickey Mouse.
In this game, the French video game developer has tried to bring a few elements of the known Disney movies in one world, like a virtual Disneyland theme park. "Disney Magic Kingdom offers all the authenticity of the Disney parks through stunning graphics. We are delighted to give our fans and those of Disney a new way to explore these fabulous parks and interact with their heroes and favourite villains in a game covering 90-year born of history of Disney," Gonzague de Vallois, senior vice president of publishing, Gameloft, said in an official statement.
The players not only get to build their fantasy park that includes Space Mountain, California Screamin or It's a Small World, similar to a Farmville game by Zynga. They also bring Disney characters to their park from movies like Wall-E, Toy Story, Disney Pixar and Tangled. There are also evil characters from Disney that destroy the park.
"Unravel and play a magical story and an exciting adventure with every tap. Take a stand against menacing villains such as Pete, Mother Gothel, and Zurg to save the Kingdom," according to a description of the game in Google Play store.
The game is available on both Apple's App Store and Google Play and would be launched in the Windows Store. It takes 84mb for Android devices supporting Android 4 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and above and for Apple devices it takes 95.5 mb of space and runs on iOS 8 and above iPhones and iPads.
The game is free to download and play, but players can get new characters and elements in the park through the points won or using virtual currency or buy them within the app. The in-app purchase ranges from € 1.99 to € 99.99.
The game developer claims to have roughly 147 million unique players playing its games. Some of the known titles in its library include Asphalt, Order & Chaos, Modern Combat and Dungeon Hunter.