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- Suit-up for action as more than 40 classic and contemporary Disney characters including Alice, Mike, TRON and Stitch.
- Mischief, magic and mayhem reign as players explore 6 different worlds inspired by Disney and Pixar films.
- Team up with up to four friends to solve puzzles or defeat enemies or toss your friend into trouble!
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You're supposed to defeat levels and get costumes. It is really fun. I liked the TRON suit the best. You are supposed to do the objectives. They pop up on the screen so you know what to do. You had to build cannons in some levels and move the fire around. For instance, you use the cannon to shoot the bridge pieces and make them fall down so you can go across. When you do all the objectives, the exit shows up and you have to go through it to win the level. You have to collect all the Mickey coins. You buy worlds and things with the Mickey coins. By the way, the worlds cost 2000 Mickey coins. You have to defeat all three levels in a world to get enough money to buy the next world.
Hint: Always use keys to open the chest. A star pops out which levels up your character and your weapon.
I think that kids that like to play video games will like this game. Disney Universe is like Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. I played the Pirates of the Caribbean level, Monsters INC, Wall-E levels. I can't wait to play more.
There are six worlds which include Alice in Wonderland, Lion King, Pirates of the Caribbean, Monsters Inc, Alladin, and Wall-E. Each world has three levels with enemies to defeat, coins to collect and puzzles to figure out. The play is actually quite similar to the Lego series but much easier since the game gives you the objectives as well as hints. For difficulty comparison, my husband and I get called for help on various Lego stages but my kids had no problems figuring out how to pass each level and eventually beating Disney Universe on their own.
1 to 4 players can play which is a nice option. There is also a mini game within each level where you compete with the other players. Of course, the best feature is the ability to unlock a huge variety of costumes for your character from all of the worlds as well as other notable Disney names such as Mickey, Nemo and Tron. There is also downloadable content available for additional costumes and levels.
Overall, the game is a whole lot of fun for kids. Mine were cracking up the entire time.
I began by playing the pirates of the caribbean stage which is unlocked from the get-go. If you are playing this title by yourself, you may get bored. But, when you play with 1-3 more people, it gets very interactive. Each world has three levels, and there are things to collect in each level. Most collectibles that you snag in levels will be unlocking concept art, which I was not too interested in.
There are characters to unlock in each world. Each world holds 6 characters. By beating the world once, you will get 3 of them. If you play the world again you will get the remaining three.
So far, my favorite character is hercules, which I earned by preordering this title.
Excellent with other people
Unlocking characters will cause you to keep playing
Minigames were creative
Levels can get tedious
After unlocking character, you have to pay for them using coins you gathered in worlds
- The most fun in this game came from unlocking characters and throwing teammates off edge.
I'm overall pleased with this game!
The game is somewhat easy, but the puzzles do make it difficult for a child to play by themselves, unless they spend a lot of time playing games.
If you are buying this for a child 8 or under, I would suggest having an adult play with them. If the child is good at games, and likes the disney characters than you may be able to go a bit younger.
One feature that is great is being able to unlock new characters, plus you get three for free from ordering from Amazon.com :)
The graphics are decent, and they really do seem like LBP characters in many respects.
The gameplay itself is simple enough for little kids to play, but it does get repetitive after a while. That's offset by the variety of actions you can do while running around.
For the price it was alright, since I got it on sale, but it's not going to be one of the games that have a lot of replay value.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My Grandson is playing it right now and he loves it. Teaching him to think and sort out problems.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Purchased this for my 6 yr old, but my 3 yr old tries to get in on the action also since its 1-4 players. It's a cute game that I don't mind the kids playing.Published 9 months ago by Ajavu
My kids have had this game almost a year and never play with it. They say it is boring.Published 10 months ago by Always summer
Really fun game for kids and they can play together at once which is nice for younger kids that want to play. Its not a very long game and it is very easy. Read morePublished 14 months ago by chaztd