Disney is one of the most active developers in the Windows Store, having released quite a lot of games for Windows 10, 8 users. One of them, Seven Dwarfs: The Queen’s Return, has just received a fresh update.
Just a while ago, we have shared with the news that Where’s My Water? Windows 10, 8 app has received a fresh updated. Now, another popular Disney game, Seven Dwarfs: The Queen’s Return, has received an important update. According to the release notes, this update added winter themed assets, so now you can enjoy the new season.
Seven Dwarfs is a popular Disney game
Enter the enchanted forest in this exciting continuation of the classic story of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. The Queen has returned! And she has cast a curse that has left Snow White and the dwarfs scattered throughout the vast forest. It’s up to you to rescue them! Lift the Queen’s curse, and return happiness to the forest and its inhabitants in this free, village-building adventure.
Your mission is to lift the evil curse, and help Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. During the game, you will venture deep into the forest, and rescue Snow White and all the seven Dwarfs! You will then build up your team with each new dwarf that you find on your way. Here are some more features of the game:
- Explore new locations
- Discover pieces of the Dwarfs’ story
- Craft items to restore your charming village
- Go mining for hidden treasures
- Discover new and familiar characters
- Send and receive gifts from other players
So, if you want to dive back into childhood, this is the perfect game for you. You now have the chance to play the hero part and lift the evil curse in order to help Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs live happily ever after.
Speaking of Snow White, here are a few additional Snow White-themed games that you can play on your Windows 10, 8.1 computer:
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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in December 2013 and has been since updated for freshness, and accuracy.