History VideoGame / DisneyInfinity

25th Apr '16 4:40:25 PM DragonRanger
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** The "Pirates" playset takes in a continuity with trace elements of the second and third movies.
** The "Guardians" playset is a very loose retelling of the plot of the movie.
** Like the aforementioned “Guardians” playset, the “Rise Against the Empire” playset is a loose retelling of the original Star Wars trilogy in which the heroes all know each other from the start and go on the adventure together.

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** The "Pirates" ''Pirates'' playset takes in a continuity with trace elements of the second and third movies.
** The "Guardians" playset is a very loose retelling of the plot of the movie.
** Like the aforementioned “Guardians” playset, the “Rise Against the Empire” playset is a loose retelling of the original Star Wars trilogy in which the heroes all know each other from the start and go on the adventure together.
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* ApologeticAttacker: Several characters such as Rapunzel will usually say "I'm sorry!" while fighting enemies.
** Phineas will also remark "Sorry about that!"

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* ApologeticAttacker: Several characters such as Rapunzel and Phineas will usually say "I'm sorry!" while fighting enemies.
** Phineas will also remark "Sorry about that!"
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* BroadStrokes: Some Play Sets, like ''Guardians of the Galaxy'', ''Star Wars: Rise Against the Empire'', and ''The Force Awakens'' are loose retellings of their movies.
** ''Star Wars: Twilight of the Republic'' is mostly based on the ''Clone Wars'' TV show, but includes Darth Maul as he appeared in ''The Phantom Menace'' since he's more familiar to most people that way.



** A feature of the game is using a certain power disk to turn characters into other incarnations of themselves, among these character's are Maleficent, and Donald Duck (who is shown in his musketeer outfit).

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** A feature of the game is using a certain power disk to turn characters into other incarnations of themselves, among these character's characters are Maleficent, and Donald Duck (who is shown in his musketeer outfit).



* EarlyBirdCameo:
** ComicBook/{{Nova}} and ComicBook/WhiteTiger sport their new costumes from Season 3 of ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'', which hadn't been revealed at the time their game counterparts were first shown.
** Nick, Judy, and Spot were confirmed as characters before their movies were released.
** Ant-Man sports his new costume from ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' well ahead of the movie's release.
** As of the 2.0.0 update Time can be used as a boss in the Toy Box before his figure gets released later in the year.

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* EarlyBirdCameo:
** ComicBook/{{Nova}} and ComicBook/WhiteTiger sport their new costumes from Season 3 of ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'', which hadn't been revealed at the time their game counterparts were
EarlyBirdCameo: ''3.0'''s first shown.
** Nick, Judy, and Spot were confirmed as characters before their movies were released.
** Ant-Man sports his new costume from
major update for DLC content included ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' content (Ant-Man's updated costume and Black Panther) and Time from ''Alice: Through the Looking Glass'' as a Toy Box boss well ahead of the either movie's release.
** As of the 2.0.0 update Time can be used as a boss in the Toy Box
release (and before his figure gets released later in the year.''Alice'' was even announced as coming to ''Infinity'', much less its toys' release).



* MyFutureSelfAndMe: Darth Vader is playable in the Twilight of the Republic playset alongside his younger self, and Anakin is playable in the Rise Against the Empire playset.

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* MyFutureSelfAndMe: Darth Vader is playable in the Twilight ''Twilight of the Republic Republic'' playset alongside his younger self, and Anakin is playable in the Rise ''Rise Against the Empire Empire'' playset.



* NotMeThisTime: The storyline of the Twilight of the Republic playset opens with the heroes leading an attack on Geonosis to shut down a battle droid factory that is presumably being run by General Grievous. When they finally confront Grievous, however, he reveals that he's not the one who activated the factory. [[spoiler:In the end, it turns out that Darth Maul was the one who activated the factory as part of his scheme to destroy both the Republic and Confederacy]].

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* NotMeThisTime: The storyline of the Twilight ''Twilight of the Republic Republic'' playset opens with the heroes leading an attack on Geonosis to shut down a battle droid factory that is presumably being run by General Grievous. When they finally confront Grievous, however, he reveals that he's not the one who activated the factory. [[spoiler:In the end, it turns out that Darth Maul was the one who activated the factory as part of his scheme to destroy both the Republic and Confederacy]].



* RequiredPartyMember: "Play Set" levels can only be played with characters from that specific world - for instance, Mr. Incredible can't be used in a ''Pirates'' Play Set, and pirates in turn can't enter Monsters University. The Marvel Play Sets in ''2.0'' can allow a few characters to be exchanged between them, though; the Hulk can enter the ''Spider-Man'' set, Rocket Raccoon can visit the Avengers, and Iron Man and Nova can be used in all three. 3.0's ''Star Wars'' sets have even fewer limits, accepting ''any'' ''Star Wars'' character; and its "Marvel Battlegrounds" set likewise allows the use of all Marvel characters.
* RevenueEnhancingDevices: In addition to character figures and Play Sets, Disney also releases "Power Discs" in two varieties: round ones provide {{Status Buff}}s and gear for playable characters and hexagonal ones add Toy Box customization options. The discs were even packaged in random assortments like trading cards during 1.0 and ''2.0''. The 1.0 series also had translucent-white "Crystal" variant figures with boosted EXP gain and abilities.

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* RequiredPartyMember: "Play Set" levels generally can only be played with characters from that specific world - for instance, Mr. Incredible can't be used in a ''Pirates'' Play Set, and pirates in turn can't enter Monsters University. The This rule has been relaxed in later games' Marvel Play Sets in and ''Star Wars'' sets; the ''2.0'' can Marvel sets allow players to unlock access for a few characters to be exchanged between them, though; the from other sets,[[note]]The Hulk can enter the ''Spider-Man'' set, Rocket Raccoon can visit the Avengers, and Iron Man and Nova can be used in all three. three.[[/note]] 3.0's ''Star Wars'' sets have even fewer limits, accepting ''any'' can be unlocked for ''all'' other ''Star Wars'' character; characters, and its "Marvel Battlegrounds" ''Marvel Battlegrounds'' set likewise allows the use of is open to all Marvel characters.
characters by default.
* RevenueEnhancingDevices: RevenueEnhancingDevices:
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In addition to character figures and Play Sets, Disney also releases "Power Discs" in two varieties: round ones provide {{Status Buff}}s and gear for playable characters and hexagonal ones add Toy Box customization options. The discs were even packaged in random assortments like trading cards during 1.0 and ''2.0''. The 1.0 series 0''.
** There are
also had variant figures of some characters, including translucent-white "Crystal" variant figures with boosted EXP gain versions of 1.0 characters, Black Suit Spider-Man, and abilities."Light FX" Jedi and Sith whose lightsabers can glow.



* StockScream: In ''3.0'', the Wilhelm scream can be heard in the "Rise Against the Empire" Play Set when the player ejects a stormtrooper out of an AT-AT. The scream can also be used as a sound effect in the regular Toy Box mode.

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* StockScream: In ''3.0'', the Wilhelm scream can be heard in the "Rise ''Rise Against the Empire" Empire'' Play Set when the player ejects a stormtrooper out of an AT-AT. The scream can also be used as a sound effect in the regular Toy Box mode.
20th Apr '16 9:28:11 AM kablammin45
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[[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters Many Disney characters]], from [[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas Jack Skellington]] to Disney/WreckItRalph and various others from Creator/{{Pixar}}, Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, live-action Disney movies, non-canon Disney animated movies, [[Creator/DisneyChannel Disney television series]], and bapossibly more kinds of media, are in ''Infinity'', and more will follow.

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[[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters Many Disney characters]], from [[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas Jack Skellington]] to Disney/WreckItRalph and various others from Creator/{{Pixar}}, Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, live-action Disney movies, non-canon Disney animated movies, [[Creator/DisneyChannel Disney television series]], and bapossibly possibly more kinds of media, are in ''Infinity'', and more will follow.
18th Apr '16 10:08:17 PM TVTropes_n_Me
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[[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters Many Disney characters]], from [[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas Jack Skellington]] to Disney/WreckItRalph and various others from Creator/{{Pixar}}, Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, live-action Disney movies, non-canon Disney animated movies, [[Creator/DisneyChannel Disney television series]], and possibly more kinds of media, are in ''Infinity'', and more will follow.

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[[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters Many Disney characters]], from [[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas Jack Skellington]] to Disney/WreckItRalph and various others from Creator/{{Pixar}}, Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, live-action Disney movies, non-canon Disney animated movies, [[Creator/DisneyChannel Disney television series]], and possibly bapossibly more kinds of media, are in ''Infinity'', and more will follow.



* BattleCouple: Mr. and Mrs. Incredible, Buzz and Jessie, Aladdin and Jasmine, Han and Leia, Mickey and Minnie

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* BattleCouple: Mr. and Mrs. Incredible, Buzz and Jessie, Aladdin and Jasmine, Han and Leia, Mickey and MinnieMinnie, Sam and Quorra.
7th Apr '16 8:49:37 PM kablammin45
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* DevelopersForesight: If you happen to put Jack Skellington on ComicBook/GhostRider's bike, [[http://i637.photobucket.com/albums/uu100/zrowngctr/Games/DI/Gameplay/HotRiderJackRS_zpsikqrem4y.png Jack's head will become aflame]] like that of the Ghost Rider himself.
1st Apr '16 6:17:48 PM DragonRanger
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!!!''3.0'' characters:

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!!!''3.0'' on-disc characters:



* ''Marvel Battlegrounds'' Play Set*:
** Hulkbuster Iron Man and ComicBook/{{Ultron}} from ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron''
** "First Avenger" Captain America, ComicBook/BlackPanther, Comicbook/AntMan, and ComicBook/TheVision from ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar''



* Hulkbuster Iron Man and ComicBook/{{Ultron}} from ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron''




!!!''3.0'' DLC characters:
* "First Avenger" Captain America, ComicBook/BlackPanther, Comicbook/AntMan, and ComicBook/TheVision from ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar''*



[[http://infinityinquirer.com/2015/07/10/jv-all-fans-please-look-at-this-picture-carefully-116-total-disney-infinity-figures-at-the-end-of-3-0/ Hints have been dropped that there will be 116 characters total by the end of 3.0]] (or rather, 3.0's first year, with the announcement that they're not planning a "4.0" anytime soon), leaving 11 from Disney and 5 from ''Star Wars'' unaccounted for. Disney has officially hinted that ''WesternAnimation/FindingDory'' and ''Alice: Through the Looking Glass'' are two upcoming franchises, with a leak naming [[spoiler:Alice, The Mad Hatter, and Time]] being the characters to represent the latter.

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[[http://infinityinquirer.com/2015/07/10/jv-all-fans-please-look-at-this-picture-carefully-116-total-disney-infinity-figures-at-the-end-of-3-0/ Hints have been dropped that there will be 116 characters total by the end of 3.0]] (or rather, 3.0's first year, with the announcement that they're not planning a "4.0" anytime soon), leaving 11 from Disney and 5 from ''Star Wars'' unaccounted for. Disney has officially hinted that ''WesternAnimation/FindingDory'' and ''Alice: Through the Looking Glass'' are two upcoming franchises, with a leak leaks and datamining naming [[spoiler:Alice, The Mad Hatter, and Time]] being the characters to represent the latter.



* BraggingRightsReward: Each game has an "Ultimate Unlock" for getting [[OneHundredPercentCompletion 100% Figures]][[note]]In 3.0, this means everyone listed above up to ''Zootopia''; characters from Baloo and afterward aren't counted.[[/note]]: in order, [[spoiler: [[Franchise/StarWars a lightsaber, a landspeeder,]] and [[Franchise/KingdomHearts a Keyblade]]]]. Now, think about ''exactly'' how much money that will cost...

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* BraggingRightsReward: Each game has an "Ultimate Unlock" for getting [[OneHundredPercentCompletion 100% Figures]][[note]]In 3.0, this means everyone listed above up to ''Zootopia''; the on-disc characters plus the four from Baloo and afterward aren't counted.''Captain America: Civil War''.[[/note]]: in order, [[spoiler: [[Franchise/StarWars a lightsaber, a landspeeder,]] and [[Franchise/KingdomHearts a Keyblade]]]]. Now, think about ''exactly'' how much money that will cost...
31st Mar '16 12:37:37 PM RisefromYourGrave
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A third game called ''Disney Infinity 3.0'' was released in August 2015, introducing the ''Franchise/StarWars'' universe to the game. This is also the first version of the game to support downloadable updates, and as such Disney Interactive is focusing on expanding and supporting the 3.0 platform for some time instead of upgrading to 4.0 for the foreseeable future.

There are also various PC versions of the game. They're not compatible with the ''Disney Infinity'' base, instead giving players the option to buy digital figures and power tokens, [[FridgeLogic which would seem like it's kinda missing the point of buying physical figurines in the first place]]. Thankfully, all physical ''Disney Infinity'' figures come with a code that gives you the digital version for free as well. Most of the various PC versions are free-to-play, with a rotating selection of trial characters every five days.[[note]]Three characters in ''2.0'', also three in ''3.0'' with the ability to gain two bonus trial characters by completing quests.[[/note]] If you're interested, you can download them from the Windows Store (1.0 Toy Box [[https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/apps/disney-infinity-toy-box/9wzdncrdcv5k here]], ''2.0'' [[https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/apps/disney-infinity-20-play-without-limits/9nblgggztspn here]], and ''3.0'' [[https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/apps/disney-infinity-30/9nblggh39h1m here]]; Windows 8 or above required for the first two, ''3.0'' is Windows 10 only) UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} (''2.0'' [[http://store.steampowered.com/app/321860/ here]] [costs money] and ''3.0'' [[http://store.steampowered.com/app/361640/ here]] [free-to-play]), or the [[https://infinity.disney.com/pc-game Disney Infinity website]] (currently ''3.0'' only). UsefulNotes/{{Mobile|PhoneGame}} versions of the games are also available for UsefulNotes/{{iOS|Games}} and UsefulNotes/{{Android|Games}}. Apple TV also has its own version of ''3.0'', complete with its own base. Fair warning, ''3.0'' on platforms other than consoles [[http://gameranx.com/updates/id/44545/article/disney-evaluating-pc-strategy-for-disney-infinity-no-new-content-for-2016/ are not getting support for the latest content anytime soon.]]

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A third game called ''Disney Infinity 3.0'' was released in August 2015, introducing the ''Franchise/StarWars'' universe to the game. This is also the first version of the game to support downloadable updates, and as such Disney Interactive is focusing on expanding and supporting the 3.0 ''3.0'' platform for some time instead of upgrading to 4.0 for the foreseeable future.

There are also various PC versions of the game. They're not compatible with the ''Disney Infinity'' base, instead giving players the option to buy digital figures and power tokens, [[FridgeLogic which would seem like it's kinda missing the point of buying physical figurines in the first place]]. Thankfully, all physical ''Disney Infinity'' figures come with a code that gives you the digital version for free as well. Most of the various PC versions are free-to-play, with a rotating selection of trial characters every five days.[[note]]Three characters in ''2.0'', also three in ''3.0'' with the ability to gain two bonus trial characters by completing quests.[[/note]] If you're interested, you can download them from the Windows Store (1.0 Toy Box [[https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/apps/disney-infinity-toy-box/9wzdncrdcv5k here]], ''2.0'' [[https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/apps/disney-infinity-20-play-without-limits/9nblgggztspn here]], and ''3.0'' [[https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/apps/disney-infinity-30/9nblggh39h1m here]]; Windows 8 or above required for the first two, ''3.0'' is Windows 10 only) UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} (''2.0'' [[http://store.steampowered.com/app/321860/ here]] [costs money] and ''3.0'' [[http://store.steampowered.com/app/361640/ here]] [free-to-play]), or the [[https://infinity.disney.com/pc-game Disney Infinity website]] (currently ''3.0'' only). UsefulNotes/{{Mobile|PhoneGame}} versions of the games are also available for UsefulNotes/{{iOS|Games}} and UsefulNotes/{{Android|Games}}. Apple TV also has its own version of ''3.0'', complete with its own base. Fair warning, ''3.0'' on platforms other than consoles [[http://gameranx.com/updates/id/44545/article/disney-evaluating-pc-strategy-for-disney-infinity-no-new-content-for-2016/ are not getting support support]] [[http://arstechnica.com/gaming/2016/03/disney-infinity-and-the-death-of-apple-tvs-gaming-ambitions/ for the latest content anytime soon.]]
23rd Mar '16 8:11:27 PM RisefromYourGrave
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''Disney Infinity'' is a video game series that debuted in 2013. The series is made by Avalanche Software[[note]]with assistance from several other developers[[/note]] and published by Creator/DisneyInteractiveStudios. It is an action platformer-ish game that was inspired by the ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'' video game's Toy Box mode. Taking a page from ''VideoGame/{{Skylanders}}'', the game uses figures of Disney characters to unlock content. The idea is that players are literally playing with virtual toys of Disney characters, and while certain characters can enter themed "Play Sets" based on the movies they come from, the Toy Box mode allows players to take their toys and play any way they want thanks to a deep LevelEditor.

[[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters Many Disney characters]], from [[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas Jack Skellington]] to Disney/WreckItRalph and various others from Creator/{{Pixar}}, Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, Live-action Disney movies, non-canon Disney animated movies, [[Creator/DisneyChannel Disney television series]], and possibly more kinds of media, are in ''Infinity'', and more will follow.

An updated version titled ''Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes'' (also called ''Disney Infinity 2.0'') was released on September 23, 2014, adding characters and play sets from the ''Franchise/MarvelUniverse'' franchise, as well as a slew of new features. A stripped-down iOS version of the Toy Box is also available.

Another version called ''Disney Infinity 3.0'' was released in August 2015, introducing the ''Franchise/StarWars'' universe to the game. This is also the first version of the game to support downloadable updates, and as such Disney Interactive is focusing on expanding and supporting the 3.0 platform for some time instead of upgrading to 4.0 for the foreseeable future.

There are also various PC versions of the game. They're not compatible with the ''Disney Infinity'' base, instead giving players the option to buy digital figures and power tokens, [[FridgeLogic which would seem like it's kinda missing the point of buying physical figurines in the first place]]. Thankfully, all physical ''Disney Infinity'' figures come with a code that gives you the digital version for free as well. Most of the various PC versions are free-to-play, with a rotating selection of trial characters every five days.[[note]]Three characters in ''2.0'', also three in ''3.0'' with the ability to gain two bonus trial characters by completing quests.[[/note]] If you're interested, you can download them from the Windows Store (1.0 Toy Box [[https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/apps/disney-infinity-toy-box/9wzdncrdcv5k here]], ''2.0'' [[https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/apps/disney-infinity-20-play-without-limits/9nblgggztspn here]], and ''3.0'' [[https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/apps/disney-infinity-30/9nblggh39h1m here]]; Windows 8 or above required for the first two, ''3.0'' is Windows 10 only) UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} (''2.0'' [[http://store.steampowered.com/app/321860/ here]] [costs money] and ''3.0'' [[http://store.steampowered.com/app/361640/ here]] [free-to-play]), or the [[https://infinity.disney.com/pc-game Disney Infinity website]] (currently ''3.0'' only). Fair warning, ''3.0'' on PC [[http://gameranx.com/updates/id/44545/article/disney-evaluating-pc-strategy-for-disney-infinity-no-new-content-for-2016/ is not getting support for the latest content anytime soon.]]

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''Disney Infinity'' is a an ActionAdventure video game series that debuted in 2013. The series is made by Avalanche Software[[note]]with assistance from several other developers[[/note]] and published by Creator/DisneyInteractiveStudios. It is an action platformer-ish game that was inspired by the ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'' video game's Toy Box mode. Taking a page from ''VideoGame/{{Skylanders}}'', the game uses figures of Disney characters to unlock content. The idea is that players are literally playing with virtual toys of Disney characters, and while certain characters can enter themed "Play Sets" based on the movies they come from, the Toy Box mode allows players to take their toys and play any way they want thanks to a deep LevelEditor.

[[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters Many Disney characters]], from [[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas Jack Skellington]] to Disney/WreckItRalph and various others from Creator/{{Pixar}}, Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, Live-action live-action Disney movies, non-canon Disney animated movies, [[Creator/DisneyChannel Disney television series]], and possibly more kinds of media, are in ''Infinity'', and more will follow.

An updated version A second game titled ''Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes'' (also called ''Disney Infinity 2.0'') was released on September 23, 2014, adding characters and play sets from the ''Franchise/MarvelUniverse'' franchise, as well as a slew of new features. features.

A stripped-down iOS version of the Toy Box is also available.

Another version
third game called ''Disney Infinity 3.0'' was released in August 2015, introducing the ''Franchise/StarWars'' universe to the game. This is also the first version of the game to support downloadable updates, and as such Disney Interactive is focusing on expanding and supporting the 3.0 platform for some time instead of upgrading to 4.0 for the foreseeable future.

There are also various PC versions of the game. They're not compatible with the ''Disney Infinity'' base, instead giving players the option to buy digital figures and power tokens, [[FridgeLogic which would seem like it's kinda missing the point of buying physical figurines in the first place]]. Thankfully, all physical ''Disney Infinity'' figures come with a code that gives you the digital version for free as well. Most of the various PC versions are free-to-play, with a rotating selection of trial characters every five days.[[note]]Three characters in ''2.0'', also three in ''3.0'' with the ability to gain two bonus trial characters by completing quests.[[/note]] If you're interested, you can download them from the Windows Store (1.0 Toy Box [[https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/apps/disney-infinity-toy-box/9wzdncrdcv5k here]], ''2.0'' [[https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/apps/disney-infinity-20-play-without-limits/9nblgggztspn here]], and ''3.0'' [[https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/apps/disney-infinity-30/9nblggh39h1m here]]; Windows 8 or above required for the first two, ''3.0'' is Windows 10 only) UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} (''2.0'' [[http://store.steampowered.com/app/321860/ here]] [costs money] and ''3.0'' [[http://store.steampowered.com/app/361640/ here]] [free-to-play]), or the [[https://infinity.disney.com/pc-game Disney Infinity website]] (currently ''3.0'' only). UsefulNotes/{{Mobile|PhoneGame}} versions of the games are also available for UsefulNotes/{{iOS|Games}} and UsefulNotes/{{Android|Games}}. Apple TV also has its own version of ''3.0'', complete with its own base. Fair warning, ''3.0'' on PC platforms other than consoles [[http://gameranx.com/updates/id/44545/article/disney-evaluating-pc-strategy-for-disney-infinity-no-new-content-for-2016/ is are not getting support for the latest content anytime soon.]]
22nd Mar '16 11:54:26 PM BaronGrackle
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* CombiningMecha: Rocket Raccoon with Groot, and Hiro with Baymax.
22nd Mar '16 11:41:47 PM BaronGrackle
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* BattleCouple: Mr. and Mrs. Incredible, Buzz and Jessie, Aladdin and Jasmine, Han and Leia, Mickey and Minnie


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* SiblingTeam: Violet and Dash, Anna and Elsa, Thor and Loki, Luke and Leia
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** From ''WesternAnimation/InsideOut'': Lewis Black as Anger and Phyllis Smith as Sadness.
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