Move over chicken, Mickey’s got Crossy Road game now. Disney and Hipster Whale just announced that Disney Crossy Road is coming soon to mobile devices. The new game, which is based on the original Crossy Road game from Hipster Whale will take players on an… Read More »Disney Crossy Road game coming soon to mobile phones everywhere!
Disney Mobile and LucasArts is offering free downloads of their video game Star Wars: Tiny Death Star, available for iOS, Android, and Windows formats. Live life on the dark side, and join Emperor Palpatine and Darth Vader on a mission to attract Galactic bitizens, run… Read More »Disney Mobile Offering Star Wars: Tiny Death Star Game For Free
There’s a bit of controversy brewing online around a piece of music used to promote Disney’s free mobile 8-bit art app Pixel’d. Fans of the band Anamanaguchi noticed that the music used in a video to promote Disney’s App was the same as Anamanaguchi’s song… Read More »Does Disney’s Pixel’d Promo Rip Off Music From 8-Bit Band Anamanaguchi
Disney Mobile and Disney Consumer Products announced earlier today a major new line of merchandise based on Where’s My Water?, Disney’s hit game for iOS and other mobile platforms. Available now at the Disney Store (in store and online) are plush toys of the game’s… Read More »“Where’s My Water” Toys and More Announced
Are you a Verizon customer with an Android phone? Then you’re in luck, Disney Parks and Verizon have just reduced the price of their “Mobile Magic” application down to nothing. Yep, download it for free right now and next time you’re in the parks get accurate wait times and fast pass information in real time. iPhone users will have to wait as that application is still in development.
This is a good move for Disney, I never understood why they charged people to learn more about the parks in the first place. Seems like they’d want their guests to be better educated about their in park choices so they can have a better time and tell others about it, hence bringing back more families in the future.
With NextGeneration (NGE) technology coming soon, Disney’s relationship with Verizon is likely evolving and may dissolve completely. That will allow those who have other carriers to get in on the fun. But for now, it’s only for Verizon customers. Thankfully I am one, I’ve now downloaded the app and will try it out next time I’m at the park.
More details on the app below the jump:
Even though Apple founder Steve Jobs sits on the Disney board of directors, that won’t stop the company from shacking up with Google’s Android platform. According to Venturebeat, Disney mobile has announced that three apps will be available to run on the new tablet operating… Read More »Disney announces 3 apps for new Android Tablet