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Submitted by Colts_15 525d ago | news

Disney Infinity Looks to Classic Movies For Inspiration

Disney Interactive is encouraging Disney Infinity Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii U and iPad players to enter the “Disney Movies Toy Box Challenge” and submit their best re-creations of classic Disney movies. Whether it’s replicating the famous street market in Aladdin or the expansive, never-ending underwater towns in The Little Mermaid, players have infinite possible scenarios to choose from.

The have also released the winners of the “Disney Infinity Maze Challenge” for best mazes which are now available for download. You can check out the winning submissions in the new web series, “The Disney Infinity Top 5 Toy Box Countdown”.

Check out the link to find to submit your own entries into the 'Classics Challenge'. (Disney Infinity, iPad, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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