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- Get in the game. Scan yourself in using Kinect to become a character in five different Pixar movie worlds.
- Cooperative play. You'll never feel alone while playing Kinect Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure, play with a friend or look to your Pixar friends to help you in each adventure.
- Explore and discover. Work with a friend to solve puzzling obstacles or team up with a Pixar character to find hidden secrets.
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Enter our worlds
Put yourself into the action:
Use KinectScan to become a unique character and help your Pixar friends in five vibrant Pixar worlds. Become a super spy in Cars, save the day as a robot in Toy Story, adventure through Paris as a clever rat in Ratatouille, stop Syndrome as a super hero in Incredibles, and help Karl as an intrepid Wilderness Explorer in UP.
Explore and discover:
Experience the sights and sounds of each Pixar world as you solve puzzles and uncover hidden secrets. Meet new friends and unlock adventures as you progress.
Your living room is your new playground! Team up with friends and family to help your Pixar friends. Kinect allows anyone to instantly become part of the action. Share special awards and achievements online using KinectShare.
- • Fast-paced Adventure
• KinectScan - Play the leading role as a unique character in your own Pixar story
• Full Body Movement/Gameplay
• Puzzle Solving
• Cooperative Gameplay with Pixar characters or another player
• Explore faithfully rendered Pixar worlds (immersive worlds)
• Unlock in-game content and characters
Top Customer Reviews
We tried to get this working for my 5 year old who isn't very tall and after an hour of frustration no one wanted to play as we couldn't get recognized - there is a part at the start where they give you a silhouette to stand in, and when you're positioned right it turns green and you get added, well, my daughter wasn't even close to the silhouette shape and would have had to grow about 6 feet taller to ever make it. So, we checked and the green light on the Kinect sensor was on, so we knew it was connected and working, but then we noticed the angle it was pointed at, which was basically up to the ceiling, so we used the Kinect tuner and it recognized me as an adult and we thought all was OK, but the sensor was still pointed at the ceiling, so only seeing the adults from the knees up and not seeing little kids at all.
In comes Google, and we found out you can manually (via the Xbox controller NOT BY HAND!)adjust the tilt angle on the Kinect sensor - so when you run the Kinect set up through your Xbox and get to the part where it is seeing the play area and player, if it isn't seeing your feet like ours was you will see at the bottom of the instructions panel "ADJUST ANGLE" and then you can choose that and click up and down.
This may seem simple to an Xbox uber fan, but we just got ours and didn't know we could do this.
NOW, the angle has been tilted down, it sees everyone, no matter how tiny they are and the game was set up and playing in less than 5 minutes and my 5 year old loves it.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works great son has lots of fun playing this very active game decent excersize for kids in my opinion running jumping side to side also reading following directions neat gamePublished 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great games! My 8 year old picked it out with his birthday money and absolutely loves it!Published 10 days ago by Fit Mama K
My kids love this game. I got it as a way for them to get some exercise indoors during the winter.Published 23 days ago by Amazon Customer
Kids love it and I enjoy watching them play it. Would of gave 5 stars, but the beat all the levels sooner than I thought they would.Published 1 month ago by Mutz Farm
My kids love this. All of my kids from ages 4 to 9, and even my husband love playing this. Good variety and selection of levels to play. Great for Rainy days and family game night. Read morePublished 2 months ago by BrandyW
Kids love it. Promotes teamwork and teaches them to follow directions (an important lesson for a kid to learn). Read morePublished 2 months ago by Thatsthegoodstuff