‘Disney Infinity: Toy Box’ Game for Windows 8, 10 Gets New Content
We have shared with you the news that the official Disney Infinity: Toy Box app for Windows 8 users had been launched on the Windows Store in the beginning of December, last year. The app has been update since then with several bug fixes, but now it is receiving fresh content.
If you or your kid are interested in more Disney games for your Windows 8 device, you can have a look at the entire list currently available on the Windows Store that we have compiled. The official Disney Infinity: Toy Box game for Windows 8 desktop devices and tablets, as well as Windows RT, has now received a pretty important update and you are invited to follow the download link at the end of the article to get it. According to fresh information coming from the Windows Store team, new characters are now available.
The app hasn’t received yet its official update via the changelog, but we already know what is going to be changed. Phineas and Agent P from Disney Channel’s animated series “Phineas and Ferb” are now available as Power Discs, so you can now play with these beloved characters, as well. Besides this, of course, you can change the terrain of the game to their home turf. There is also a third one, digital-exclusive character Glow in the Dark Buzz which is also available for purchase within the game.
MORE ADVENTURE! MORE TOYS! MORE FUN! PLAY AS YOUR FAVOURITE DISNEY AND DISNEY/PIXAR CHARACTERS TO COMPLETE ADVENTURES AND ACCESS ALL TOYS IN THE DISNEY INFINITY UNIVERSE. Captain Jack Sparrow in a sports car racing Dash, Sulley climbing mountains to find Cinderella’s Castle – create anything your imagination dreams of… Sync to your console or PC game for complete cross-platform play!
Just make sure that you have enough storage space on your Windows 8/8.1 desktop or tablet device and also on Windows RT, as it comes with a big size of almost two gigabytes.
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