Windows 8, 10 Game Disney ‘The Little Mermaid Undersea Treasures’ Launched
We’ve got a lot of Disney games in the Windows Store coming from Disney itself, but this time, the Little Mermaid Undersea Treasures game is getting launched by Microsoft Studios in the Store. More details are below.
Only yesterday were we sharing with you the latest updates to two other Windows 8 Disney games – Where’s my Water and Seven Dwarfs: The Queen’s Return. Now, we’re seeing that another Windows 8 Disney game has been launched in the Windows Store. Not officially launched by Disney, the Disney The Little Mermaid Undersea Treasures game gets published by Microsoft Studios.
The right Windows 8 Disney game for your kids
Explore the site of an old shipwreck at the bottom of the sea in this exciting preview of The Little Mermaid: Undersea Treasures! Search for lost items from the mysterious human world above the waves. Find each treasure quickly to earn bonus points and claim a place on the leaderboard! Check back often for more updates to Undersea Treasures, including the first full episode of this adventure-filled prequel to the classic Disney film.
Inside the Disney game The Little Mermaid Undersea Treasures you will be able to do a lot of fun things, such as searching an old shipwreck for lost human items and exciting hidden objects. Your accuracy and speed will earn you bonuses and even a place on the leaderboard! Designed with kids as the auditory in mind, the game is just as enjoyable for grown-ups. So, follow the link from below to download this new Disney game on your Windows 8 tablet and start exploring the vibrant world of King Triton’s kingdom.
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