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These are the Disney and Pixar characters that are playable in the Disney Infinity series. This is also the only Character sheet covering characters introduced in the first game, as Marvel and Star Wars were Saved for the Sequels.


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Introduced in 1.0

    Mr. Incredible 
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Showtime!
"My name is Mr. Incredible. Nice to have you on my team."

Voiced by: Craig T. Nelson, Richard McGonagle (additional dialogue)
Affiliated franchise: The Incredibles
Playable in: The Incredibles Play Set, Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Disney Infinity Starter Pack

Mr. Incredible is a super strong super hero, who's trying his best to be a good father. He is the defender of Metroville, which can be played in The Incredibles Play Set.


    Mrs. Incredible 
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Whatever the crisis, I'm flexible.
"This looks like it could be fun."

Voiced by: Holly Hunter
Affiliated franchise: The Incredibles
Playable in: The Incredibles Play Set, Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack or Sidekicks Pack

The flexible Mrs. Incredible is the wife of Mr. Incredible, and is raising her kids while dealing with the bad guys.


  • Action Mom: A mother who who actively fights Omnidroids.
  • Badass Family: She along with her super-strong husband raise a family of Supers.
  • Domino Mask: She wears one along with her family.
  • Expy: She's essentially a female Mr. Fantastic.
  • Hartman Hips: She is designed with them, and the movie lampshaded this.
  • I Am Not Shazam: In the movie, she's Elastigirl. In marketing, she's Mrs. Incredible. The game uses her marketing name.
  • Rubber Man: She fights with a stretchy combo, stretch grabs and even her cartwheels stretches her.
  • Secret Identity: She is Helen Parr.
  • Sidekick: She is included in the Sidekicks pack.
  • Superhero: She and her family protect Metroville.
  • Super Heroes Wear Tights: Rubber tights made by Edna that can stretch with her.

    Dash 
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Fast Dash
"This is going to be awesome!"

Voiced by: Raymond Ochoa
Affiliated franchise: The Incredibles
Playable in: The Incredibles Play Set, Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack

Dashiel Robert Parr is the son of Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl and the younger brother of Violet. With his incredible speed, he pummels the Omnidroids fast and can travel from one side of Metroville to the other.


    Violet 
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Girl Power!
"Hi, there! I'm Violet. Wanna go have some fun?"

Voiced by: Sarah Vowell
Affiliated franchise: The Incredibles
Playable in: The Incredibles Play Set, Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack or Girl Power Pack (United Kingdom-exclusive)

The daughter of Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl, and the older sister of Dash, Violet Parr has overcome her Shrinking Violet to help her family defeat the Omnidroids, and save Metroville. She can go invisible and shoot force fields.


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    Syndrome 
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I'm Syndrome!
"Well, well, well. Let's get this party started."

Voiced by: Jason Lee
Affiliated franchise: The Incredibles
Playable in: The Incredibles Play Set, Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack or Villains Pack

Buddy Pine was Mr. Incredible's biggest fan to the point of obsession, who suffered a major Broken Pedestal moment when the man he looked up to told him off. He would soon kill off most of the Supers and become the super villain Syndrome, inventing the Omnidroids.


  • Big Bad: Of The Incredibles Play Set and 3.0's Toy Box Takeover.
  • Domino Mask: Like his enemies, the Incredibles family.
  • Gameplay and Story Segregation: Despite being shown flying in the Incredibles Play Set as an NPC, the playable Syndrome cannot fly.
  • In a Single Bound: Has the Super Jump available as an upgrade starting with 2.0.
  • Karma Houdini: In Toy Box Takeover. His punishment for stealing the wands and wrecking magical chaos everywhere? Being "Blasted to Bermuda!" by Merlin. Syndrome is even shown high-fiving Davy Jones over it. Merlin lampshades it by saying he could've probably came up with a better punishment with a moment of thought.
  • Mirror Match: In the final boss fight if you chose to play as Syndrome.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: Due to The Incredibles Play Set taking place in an Alternate Universe where Syndrome released robots on the city rather than try to kidnap Jack-Jack, he doesn't get killed by being sucked into a jet turbine, as was his fate in the movie.

    James P. "Sulley" Sullivan 
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ROAARRR!
"Rawr! Ha ha! Sometimes I even scare myself."

Voiced by: Joel McCray
Affiliated franchise: Monsters University
Playable in: Monsters University Play Set, Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Disney Infinity Starter Pack

A giant, furry, blue, and friendly monster who attended the scaring program at Monsters University. He would later become the top scarer at Monsters, Inc., before changing the company forever.


    Mike Wazowski 
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"Hi, I'm Mike Wazowski! Scaring major. It's a pleasure to meet you!"

Voiced by: Carlos Alazraqui
Affiliated franchise: Monsters University
Playable in: Monsters University Play Set, Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack or Sidekicks Pack

A small, round, green monster who worked hard to enter the scaring program at Monsters University. He may not be the scariest, but he has a lot of heart. He would later become Sulley's best friend and partner at Monsters, Inc.


    Randall "Randy" Boggs 
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Ahh! A chameleon!
"Name's Randy Boggs, scaring major. I bet we're gonna be the best of friends!"

Voiced by: Peter Kalemis
Affiliated franchise: Monsters University
Playable in: Monsters University Play Set, Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack or Villains Pack

A purple monster who looks like a chameleon, he attended the scaring program at Monsters University. He would go on to be The Rival to Mike and Sulley over at Monsters, Inc. and the Big Bad of the film of the same name.


  • Composite Character: Although primarily based on his younger Monsters University appearance, he has the "Villain" ability and a menacing figure pose that's more in line with his Monsters Inc. appearance.
  • In a Single Bound: Has the Super Jump as an upgrade starting with 2.0.
  • Invisibility: His special ability.
  • Make Me Wanna Shout: He roars for his ranged attack.
  • Spider-Sense: Can gain the ability to sense enemy attacks.

    Jack Sparrow 
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Captain Jack Sparrow if you please.
"You'll always remember this as the day that you set sail with Captain Jack Sparrow."

Voiced by: Jared Butler
Affiliated franchise: Pirates of the Caribbean
Playable in: Pirates of the Caribbean Play Set, Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Disney Infinity Starter Pack

A crafty yet eccentric pirate who became legendary for his adventures in the Caribbean.


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    Hector Barbossa 
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Arrgh.
"Arr! Hoist the mainstay, ready the cannon, and let us make way!"

Voiced by: Brian George
Affiliated franchise: Pirates of the Caribbean
Playable in: Pirates of the Caribbean Play Set, Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack or Sidekicks Pack

A deceptive pirate who took over as captain of the Black Pearl from Jack Sparrow, who Barbossa was first mate under.


  • Covers Always Lie: Despite appearing on Barbossa's physical figure, Jack the Monkey has no presence in the Disney Infinity games.

    Davy Jones 
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Summon the Kraken!
"Ah-ha-ha-ha! It's time I ruled the seas!"

Voiced by: Bill Nighy
Affiliated franchise: Pirates of the Caribbean
Playable in: Pirates of the Caribbean Play Set, Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack or Villains Pack

The cursed captain of the Flying Dutchman who is able summon the Kraken.


    Buzz Lightyear 
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Buzz Lightyear to the rescue!
Voiced by: Mike McRae
Affiliated franchise: Toy Story
Playable in: Toy Story in Space Play Set, Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Toy Story in Space Play Set

A space ranger toy owned by Andy Davis. He and Woody are Andy's favorite toys, and the two are also best friends. The Toy Story in Space Play Set is set in his world.


  • In a Single Bound: Has the Super Jump as an upgrade starting with 2.0.
  • Palette Swap: A Crystal figure variant is available for him, as well as a (digital-only) glow-in-the-dark variant.
  • Top-Heavy Guy: His design in the game gives him this look, as the image shows.

    Jessie 
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The Yodelin' Cowgirl
"Somebody call for a yodelin' cowgirl?"

Voiced by: Kathryn Cressida
Affiliated franchise: Toy Story
Playable in: Toy Story in Space Play Set, Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Toy Story in Space Play Set

A pullstring cowgirl toy from Woody's Roundup owned by Andy Davis who is also Buzz's girlfriend. She has suffered a lot through the years, from being abandoned, to almost getting destroyed at the dump.


    Woody 
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Howdy, cowboy!
"Sheriff Woody, at your service."

Voiced by: Jim Hanks
Affiliated franchise: Toy Story
Playable in: Toy Story in Space Play Set, Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack

Sheriff Woody Pride is a pullstring cowboy toy from Woody's Roundup who is Andy Davis's favorite toy. After Buzz Lightyear came along, the two went from extreme rivals, to best friends.


    Lightning McQueen 
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Ka-chow!
"Hey, I'm Lightning! Nice to meet ya'."

Voiced by: Keith Ferguson
Affiliated franchise: Cars
Playable in: Cars Play Set, Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0note 
Availability: Cars Play Set

An anthropomorphic stock car hailing from Radiator Springs who is a Piston Cup champion and The Protagonist of Cars. After getting stuck in Radiator Springs, Lightning realized that friends are more important than fame.


    Holley Shiftwell 
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C.H.R.O.M.E. Agent Extraordinaire
"Holley Shiftwell, reporting for duty."

Voiced by: Emily Mortimer
Affiliated franchise: Cars
Playable in: Cars Play Set, Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0note 
Availability: Cars Play Set

An English anthropomorphic sports car who is a secret agent working for C.H.R.O.M.E. She becomes Mater's girlfriend after the events of Cars 2.


    Tow Mater 
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World's Best Backwards Driver
"Well, howdy! I'm Mater. Need a tow?"

Affiliated franchise: Cars
Playable in: Cars Play Set, Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0note 
Availability: Single Character Pack

An anthropomorphic tow truck from Radiator Springs who is The Protagonist of Cars 2 and Lightning's best friend. He's always there when you need a tow.


    Francesco Bernoulli 
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Don't call him fragile.
"Francesco is here! No need to hold your applause."

Voiced by: Carlos Alazraqui
Affiliated franchise: Cars
Playable in: Cars Play Set, Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0note 
Availability: Single Character Pack

An Italian, anthropomorphic race car who competes against McQueen in the World Grand Prix seen in Cars 2.


    Lone Ranger 
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Who was that masked man, anyway?
"Outlaws beware. Justice will be served."

Voiced by: Armie Hammer
Affiliated franchise: The Lone Ranger
Playable in: The Lone Ranger Play Set, Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack or The Lone Ranger Play Set

John Reid is the Sole Survivor of an ambush that killed his brother Dan. He goes by the identity of the Lone Ranger, and wears a mask to hide his identity.


  • The Gun Slinger: He uses his six-shooter to great effect, and is capable of upgrading the fire rate and ammo count of any tool he carries.
  • Long-Range Fighter: He relies on his six-shooter to deal any damage to his foes, given his lack of close range options aside from a rather weak tackle.
  • Palette Swap: A Crystal figure variant is available for him.

    Tonto 
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That's not Jack Sparrow?
"Hello, Kemosabe. I am Tonto."

Voiced by: Jared Butler
Affiliated franchise: The Lone Ranger
Playable in: The Lone Ranger Play Set, Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack or The Lone Ranger Play Set

The Comanche Native American companion of the Lone Ranger.


  • Doppelgänger Crossover: Can meet Captain Jack Sparrow and the Mad Hatter in the Toy Box.
  • Healing Factor: Has this ability as an upgrade, healing himself while blocking.
  • The Medic: His block-to-heal method can be upgraded so he can also heal other players around him.

    Wreck-It Ralph 
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He's gonna wreck it!
"I'm gonna wreck it!"

Voiced by: John Delaney
Affiliated franchise: Wreck-It Ralph
Playable in: Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack or Wreck-It Ralph Toy Box Pack

The main bad guy of an arcade game called Fix-It Felix Jr. who's not really a "bad guy", he is The Protagonist of the film of the same name as him. He tried to prove himself a hero, while almost dooming the entirety of Litwak's Arcade.


  • Does Not Like Shoes: One of the few human (or human-like in his case) playable characters who go barefoot in the series.
  • Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs: His melee attack has him rapidly punch the ground while moving forward.
  • Retraux: Ralph's cherry bombs leave 8-bit style explosions upon hitting something. The damage marks left by is melee attacks also leave 8-bit marks in the ground.
  • Super Strength: With his large hands.
  • Wall Crawl: Subverted. You'd expect him to be able to scale walls as he did in his own movie, but he's unable to since the ability was introduced in 2.0 and he wasn't patched to have it.

    Vanellope von Schweetz 
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Is that a glitch in the game?
"Hey, buddy! You ready for some serious playtime?"

Voiced by: Sarah Silverman
Affiliated franchise: Wreck-It Ralph
Playable in: Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack, Wreck-It Ralph Toy Box Pack, or Girl Power Pack (United Kingdom-exclusive)

A character from the arcade racing game Sugar Rush who was originally thought of as a glitch, but was later revealed to be completely innocent.


  • Teleport Spam: Her melee attack, ground pound, and dodge moves all involve glitching.

    Rapunzel 
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Rapunzel! Let down your hair!
"Oh, hi! I'm Rapunzel! It's so nice to meet you."

Voiced by: Mandy Moore
Affiliated franchise: Tangled
Playable in: Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack or Girl Power Pack (United Kingdom-exclusive)

A princess (though she didn't know she was one, at first) who has very long, magical blonde hair with healing powers. She has longed for years to go into the outside world, so she can see the pretty stars (actually lanterns) that appear on her birthday every year.


  • Does Not Like Shoes: One of the few human playable characters who go barefoot in the series.
  • Healing Factor: Has different upgrades for this ability. She can heal herself while blocking or regenerate health over time depending on the upgrade.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Uses a frying pan in Disney Infinity.
  • The Medic: She is the only character to have both a healing block (heals herself and other players around her) and regeneration (heals herself automatically). She is also one of the few characters to have three levels of Helping Hand and Team Player, which help revive other characters.

    Anna 
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Do you wanna build a snowman?
"Hi. I'm Anna! Lucky you!"

Voiced by: Kristen Bell
Affiliated franchise: Frozen
Playable in: Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack or Frozen Toy Box Pack

The Princess of Arendelle and Elsa's younger sister. After Elsa caused an eternal winter, it's up for Anna (with help from her new friends Kristoff, Sven, and Olaf), to save her kingdom, and get Elsa to fix everything.


  • Attack Reflector: 2.0 gives Anna the ability to send enemies' projectiles right back at them while blocking.
  • Badass Adorable: Can bash enemies to pieces with whatever weapons she has while still looking as cute as ever.
  • Big, Stupid Doodoo-Head: When hit by an enemy, she'll occasionally respond, "You mean...MEAN PERSON!"
  • Fish Eyes: Pictured. Her figure initially had this until the manufacturing error was corrected in later releases.
  • Hot-Blooded: She displays much confidence and eagerness in fights.
  • Grappling-Hook Pistol: Subverted. She wields an ordinary grappling hook, though uses it quite like one with a grappling-hook gun would.
  • Moveset Clone: Only for Anna's shovel attacks, which are animated the same way as Rapunzel's frying-pan ones.
  • Mystical White Hair: She retains her white streak from the film, despite it going away after saving Elsa's life.
  • Pretty Princess Powerhouse: She's one that can be pitted against the likes of Syndrome, Darth Vader, Green Goblin, and so on.
  • Rapid-Fire "No!": She occasionally will do this if an enemy is getting the upper-hand over her.
  • Shovel Strike: She uses a shovel as her primary weapon.
  • Skunk Stripe: Something she retains from the film, as previously mentioned.
  • Took a Level in Badass: As said before, this game allows you to put Anna in all sorts of extreme yet awesome situations.

    Elsa 
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"Feeling a bit...chilly?"
"How nice to meet you. I'm Queen Elsa."

Voiced by: Idina Menzel
Affiliated franchise: Frozen
Playable in: Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack or Frozen Toy Box Pack

The Queen of Arendelle who has magical ice powers. She tried to keep her powers hidden, but after a fight with her sister Anna, she let them loose, and created an eternal winter.


  • Adaptational Modesty: The game removes the slit in her dress, despite the real-life figure of her retaining it.
  • An Ice Person: Her attacks involve shooting ice and freezing enemies.
  • Badass Boast: One of her lines towards enemies is, "Trust me, I'm not someone you should mess with."
  • Healing Factor: 2.0 gives her the ability to regenerate health.
  • Leave Me Alone!: She says this word-for-word but not in the usual context. This is something she'll at times shout at enemies.
  • Not So Stoic: After winning something, she'll occasionally show a more cute dorky side of herself.
    Elsa: "Woo-hoo-hoo!!...I mean, how nice..."
  • Pimped-Out Cape: Averted. Her snowflake-cape is removed for the game, due to the developers finding it too hard to animate.
  • Thinking Out Loud: During tense situations (such as during a race), she'll tell herself to keep it together.
  • Wolverine Publicity: She was initially very quietly added to the game in 2013 as a way to promote the film, but upon the movie's mega-success, she is now one of the most-marketed characters in the game.
  • Who Dares?: If hit by an enemy projectile, she'll occasionally say, "You wouldn't dare.", or "How dare you!"

    Phineas Flynn 
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Ferb, I know wha-... oh right, he's not in the game.
"I know what we're gonna do today!"

Voiced by: Vincent Martella
Affiliated franchise: Phineas and Ferb
Playable in: Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack or Phineas and Ferb Toy Box Pack

A young, kind prodigy from Danville who refuses to let his summer vacation go to waste. He and his step-brother Ferb Fletcher build crazy inventions with their friends, while his older sister Candace tries to bust them.


  • Catchphrases: A few of his appear. Along with the above introductory quote (when he's placed on the base first in a play session), he sometimes says "Hey, where's Perry?" when he's idle. There's also the quote in the below folder.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: If his ranged abilities are fully-upgraded, then he is the best character to use when using tools by far. He can make the normally-wimpy Toy Box Blaster perform like a machine gun.
  • In a Single Bound: Has the Super Jump as an upgrade starting with 2.0.
  • Long-Range Fighter: Phineas has access to some of the best ranged attacks in the game once his abilities are properly upgraded, at the cost of barely any other options, since as with most 1.0 characters, he lacks proper combo attacks and doesn't have any special moves or abilities aside from a Super Jump.
  • Your Costume Needs Work: If you have Phineas meet any of the Monsters Inc. characters (playable or not) he may comment: "Nice monster costume!"

    Agent P (a.k.a. Perry the Platypus) 
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He's a semi-aquatic, egg-laying mammal of action!
"Oh, there you are!"
—Phineas Flynn upon seeing Perry

Voiced by: N/A
Affiliated franchise: Phineas and Ferb
Playable in: Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack or Phineas and Ferb Toy Box Pack

Phineas Flynn and Ferb Fletcher's pet platypus Perry is actually a secret agent working for the O.W.C.A. (Organization Without a Cool Acronym). He is forced to fight Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz, who plans on using his "inators" to take over the entire Tri-State Area.


    Jack Skellington 
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What's this? What's this?!
"Greetings, my friend! It is I, Jack... the Pumpkin King!"

Voiced by: Chris Sarandon
Affiliated franchise: The Nightmare Before Christmas
Playable in: Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack

The Pumpkin King of Halloween Town, Jack Skellington is the protagonist of The Nightmare Before Christmas. He discovers Christmas, and decides to turn it into a nightmare.


    Sorcerer's Apprentice Mickey 
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"Hot dog! Well, hiya, Pal! Say, are ya' ready to have some fun?"

Voiced by: Bret Iwan
Affiliated franchise: Fantasia
Playable in: Toy Box 1.0, Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack

Disney's iconic mouse in the garb he wore during the equally-iconic Sorcerer's Apprentice short. With the hat on his head, there's nothing he can't do. Besides, nothing's more powerful than the imagination.


  • Early-Bird Cameo: D23 attendees got access to him before he was released.
  • Four-Fingered Hands: Has them.
  • Healing Factor: Similarly to Rapunzel, Apprentice Mickey can have this ability starting in 2.0.
  • In a Single Bound: Has the Super Jump as an upgrade starting with 2.0.
  • Nerf: His projectile magic suffered a fire rate nerf from 2.0 onwards, meaning Mickey can't keep throwing them out like he could.
  • Palette Swap: A Crystal figure variant is available for him, though it wasn't released until after 2.0's release.

Introduced in 2.0

    Merida 
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Deciding her fate with her bow.
"I'm Merida, princess of DunBroch! And I'm very pleased to meet ye'!"

Voiced by: Ruth Connell
Affiliated franchise: Brave
Playable in: Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack or Toy Box Starter Pack

The feisty princess of the Scottish kingdom of DunBroch who is a skilled archer.

She is ostensibly the protagonist of the 2.0 Toy Box Game, Brave Forest Siege, where she (or any other Disney Original character) must receive the cakes that her younger triplet brothers stole from the witch.


  • Bow and Sword, in Accord: Mostly bow, but she pulls the sword out for a few attacks.
  • Charged Attack: She can charge her arrows with one of her upgrades, and these charged arrows freeze non-boss enemies.
  • Pinball Projectile: Her arrows ricochet to multiple enemies, with upgrades letting her ricochet to even more.
  • Trick Arrow: The aforementioned ricochet arrows, plus fire and ice versions.

    Stitch 
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Meega, nala kweesta!
"Hello! My name Stitch."

Voiced by: Chris Sanders
Affiliated franchise: Lilo & Stitch
Playable in: Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack or Toy Box Starter Pack

This little blue alien, formerly named Experiment 626, is a super-strong, super-intelligent mischief maker created by Dr. Jumba Jookiba. After being adopted by Lilo Pelekai in Kokaua Town, Hawai'i, he learned about 'ohana from her, becoming a loving creature who enjoys the company of his extended family on Earth.

He is ostensibly the protagonist of the 2.0 Toy Box Game, Stitch's Tropical Rescue, where he (or any other Disney Original character) must help Agent Pleakley protect the ducklings living on Hawaii from being taken by the United Galactic Federation's collection robots.


  • Air Guitar: Does this motion in his Idle Animation.
  • Aliens Speaking English: His English is very proficent here, but he still maintains his frequent illeism and speaks mostly in simple sentences or sentence fragments.
  • Badass Adorable: He has Super Strength, thinks faster than a supercomputer, and is quite the gunslinger with those plasma blasters. Yet, he is also cute and (not here but in his original canon) fluffy.
  • Bottomless Magazines: He can continuously rapid-fire his plasma blasters (provided your fingers can keep up, as they're semi-automatic) without needing to cool them down if the fire rate is fully upgraded.
  • Charged Attack: If the semi-automatic rapid-fire is not enough, then his plasma blasters can be charged up to fire a more powerful blast of plasma, with upgrades shortening the amount of time it takes to fully charge up.
  • Ear Notch: Two asymmetrical ones, one on each ear.
  • Emote Animation: Has four of these, one for each part of his melee combo. Attack once, he raises his arms in the air and acts like a scary monster, then does a spitting motion. Attack twice, he runs around in a circle on all fours. Attack thrice, he spins around and curls up lying on his back smiling and acting cute towards the player. Four times (when he uses his blasters), he cackles, "Hee-hee hee-hee!" before putting his blasters away in Hammerspace.
  • Evil Laugh: While not evil anymore, he still has his mischievous laughter.
  • Fictionary: A few of his Tantalog words and phrases pop up here and there.
  • Guns Akimbo: He can dual-wield plasma blasters as an upgrade, and his special move involves bringing out four plasma blasters at once.
  • In a Single Bound: Has the Super Jump as an upgrade.
  • Multi-Armed and Dangerous: Draws out four plasma blasters, one in each hand, in his special move.
  • No One Gets Left Behind: One of his idle quotes has him saying the four most familiar words of the 'ohana motto.
    Stitch: Nobody gets left behind.
  • Off-Model: A likely deliberate one; his left ear's notch was moved up to about mid-way up the ear likely to prevent the ear from being easily torn off his figure.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: He is the shortest character in the series to have Super Strength.
  • Plasma Cannon: He uses his plasma blasters in his ranged attack and special move.
  • Retractable Appendages: He brings out his extra arms (plus antennae and spines) in his special move.
  • Rolling Attack: He has the unique ability to contort himself into a ball to roll into enemies. It's also the fastest way he can traverse the environment without a vehicle.
  • Third-Person Person: Usually refers to himself in this manner.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: A couple of his game quotes have him demanding coconut cake and coffee.
  • Universal Driver's License: While in the Disney Infinity series, any non-Cars character can drive or pilot any vehicle, Stitch is one of the few Disney Originals who actually fits this trope in his original canon.
  • Wall Crawl: He is the first Disney Original in Infinity, and the only playable character from the Disney Animated Canon, who has this ability.
  • Wild Child: He still has his hyperactive and childish personality here.
  • Wolverine Publicity: He was the most requested character for 2.0, and was added to the Toy Box Starter Pack as a result. He also has a quote which shows him to be aware of his popularity if the player keeps switching to him during gameplay.
    Stitch: You like Stitch. I know.

    Donald Duck 
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Ah, phooey!
"Hello, I'm Donald Duck!"

Voiced by: Tony Anselmo
Affiliated franchise: Donald Duck universe
Playable in: Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack

Disney's famous short-tempered duck. He prefers to be the #1 Disney star, instead of Mickey.


    Tinker Bell 
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Bringing in just a little bit of pixie dust.
"Hi, I'm Tinker Bell. It's very nice to meet you!"

Voiced by: Mae Whitman
Affiliated franchise: Disney Fairies
Playable in: Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack

A feisty and ambitious tinker fairy from Pixie Hollow in Neverland who is nonetheless loyal to her friends. With a little faith, trust, and pixie dust, you can always count on her to believe in magic.


  • Adaptation Distillation: She is primarily based on her Disney Fairies appearances, but in the "Disney Treasure Hunt" intro of 2.0, her segment involves flying through Edwardian-era London like in Peter Pan.
  • Wolverine Publicity: She was a highly-requested character, and was added in 2.0 as a result.
  • Your Size May Vary: She had to be scaled-up to be playable here.

    Aladdin 
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Street Rat
"Hey, I'm Aladdin. Nice to meet ya'."

Voiced by: Scott Weinger
Affiliated franchise: Aladdin
Playable in: Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack or Aladdin Toy Box Pack

A former "street rat" from Agrabah who is a "diamond in the rough". He's dating Princess Jasmine, and has a magical Genie friend to always count on.


    Jasmine 
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Princess Jasmine
"Why hello. I'm Princess Jasmine of Agrabah. It's a pleasure to meet you."

Voiced by: Linda Larkin
Affiliated franchise: Aladdin
Playable in: Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack or Aladdin Toy Box Pack

The beautiful, yet strong-willed princess of Agrabah who is the love of Aladdin's life. She'd rather be an independent woman instead of just a princess.


  • Adaptational Badass: She now has wind and sand powers, along with martial arts.
  • Attack Backfire: She can be upgraded to gain purple sparks with every successful repel, allowing her to turn the tables on her attackers with her special move.
  • Battle Couple: With Aladdin.

    Maleficent 
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"What have we here... a human?"

Voiced by: Rajia Baroudi
Affiliated franchise: Maleficent
Playable in: Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack

A powerful fairy from the Moors, and The Protagonist of the film of the same name as her, although she is more famous for being the Antagonist of the Disney Animated Classic, Sleeping Beauty.


  • Adaptation Distillation: The version of Maleficent used in the game is based on the live-action/CGI film version played by Angelina Jolie.
  • Charged Attack: One of her upgrades lets her charge her magic, releasing more bolts once fully charged and thus boosting her damage.
  • Composite Character: Although primarily based on her live-action film, she is depicted as a villain in the 2.0 trailer for herself versus Merida and in the trailer for Donald.
  • Creepy Crows: Diaval, whom she summons during her special ability to help wreak havoc on her enemies.
  • Flight: Capable of it with an upgrade.
  • The Medic: One of her upgrades lets her heal herself and nearby allies by guarding.
  • Squishy Wizard: Aside from her ability to heal herself, Maleficent is pretty fragile. That being said, she has devastating power, able to break the guards of enemies just with basic ranged attacks.

    Hiro Hamada 
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"I'm Hiro. But, I gotta tell you, I never thought I'd be a real super hero."

Voiced by: Ryan Potter
Affiliated franchise: Big Hero 6
Playable in: Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack

A robotics prodigy from San Fransokyo who organized the titular team of the film. He uses his robotics expertise to solve the biggest case in the history of San Fransokyo.


  • Adaptational Badass: In this game, to compensate for being a solo playable character, he instead uses the Microbots he invented in the film in an offensive capacity.
  • In a Single Bound: Has the Super Jump as an upgrade.
  • Microbot Swarm: He uses his microbots to form solid shapes for attacking and to carry him around the field.

    Baymax 
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Categorizing me as Disney when I'm clearly Marvel is illogical. Also, Bata-lata-lata-la.
"Greetings, I am Baymax, your Personal Health Care Companion."

Voiced by: Scott Adsit
Affiliated franchise: Big Hero 6
Playable in: Toy Box 2.0, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack

A large white robot suited in red armor who was made by Hiro's older brother Tadashi, and is a member of Big Hero 6. He's a personal health care companion who you can always count on for a big, squishy hug.


  • Flight: His suit allows him to fly around.
  • The Medic: Fittingly has an exclusive upgrade called "Personal Healthcare Companion" that allows him to heal any characters and sidekicks that he carries.
  • Secret Art: He's the only playable character with access to "Personal Healthcare Companion", which allows him to heal any characters and sidekicks that he carries.

Introduced in 3.0

Initial/on-disc characters

These characters were the initially-planned characters for the game upon release, before Disney Interactive decided to skip a "4.0" release in 2016 (and later cancel the series outright).

    Joy 
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Here to keep the player happy.
"Hi, I'm Joy! Hope you're ready to have some fun, because I know I am!"

Voiced by: Kate Higgins
Affiliated franchise: Inside Out
Playable in: Inside Out Play Set, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Inside Out Play Set

An emotion whose job is to make sure that Riley is happy. After she and Sadness get sucked out of Headquarters with Riley's core memories, they have to make it back, as Joy realizes how important Sadness actually is.


    Anger 
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He must have heard the TripleDent Gum jingle again.
"Well, look who decided to show up, me!"

Voiced by: Lewis Black
Affiliated franchise: Inside Out
Playable in: Inside Out Play Set, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Inside Out Play Set

An emotion whose job is to make sure that things are fair for Riley. He loves cussing and hates the TripleDent Gum commercial jingle.


    Fear 
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Always looking out for the player.
"(startled yelp) What just happened?! Oh, (embarrassed chuckle) Hi, I'm Fear."

Voiced by: Jason J. Lewis
Affiliated franchise: Inside Out
Playable in: Inside Out Play Set, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack

An emotion whose job is to keep Riley safe. He worries about, well, basically everything.


    Sadness 
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Cheer up, Sadness. You're in a video game!
"Hi, I'm Sadness. Let's have some fun together. It may be a different kind of fun, but it's still fun."

Voiced by: Phyllis Smith
Affiliated franchise: Inside Out
Playable in: Inside Out Play Set, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack

An emotion whose job is to take care of Riley when she feels hurt. After she and Joy get sucked out of Headquarters with Riley's core memories, they have to make it back, as she realizes she's more important than the other emotions think she is.


    Disgust 
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Wait until see sees the broccoli monsters.
"Pleased to meet you. I'm Disgust. Just keep your distance, and everything will be fine."

Voiced by: Tara Strong
Affiliated franchise: Inside Out
Playable in: Inside Out Play Set, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack

An emotion whose job is to keep Riley from being poisoned on both physical and social levels. Don't talk to her about broccoli; she thinks it's gross.


    Mickey Mouse 
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"Ha-ha. Hiya pal, I'm Mickey! Oh, boy! This is gonna be great!"

Voiced by: Bret Iwan
Affiliated franchise: Mickey Mouse universe
Playable in: Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack

After only being represented in his Sorcerer's Apprentice garb, Mickey finally becomes playable in his classic standard form in 3.0. This mouse is always ready for adventure, and is always happy, whether in the Toy Box or back home in Toon Town.


  • Assist Character: His special move, "Hey, Pluto" has him summon a townsperson of Pluto to attack enemies. By upgrading the move via the Skill Tree, Mickey can also summon Goofy, Donald and Oswald to join in.
  • In a Single Bound: Has the Super Jump as an upgrade.

    Minnie Mouse 
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Mickey's Sweetheart
"Oh, hello, there! I just know we're going to be the best of friends!"

Voiced by: Russi Taylor
Affiliated franchise: Mickey Mouse universe
Playable in: Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack

Mickey's loving girlfriend Minnie comes to 3.0 by bringing in The Power of Love. No, really, it's part of her special ability. She's always willing to spend a day with Mickey, or go shopping on Main Street.


    Mulan 
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Bringing honor to us all.
"Hi, my name is Fa Mulan. Today it is my hope to bring honor to my family."

Voiced by: Ming-Na Wen
Affiliated franchise: Mulan
Playable in: Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack

Fa Mulan is a Chinese warrior who became the savior of China by defeating Shan-Yu and his army of Huns.


  • Close-Range Combatant: Barring her special attack, Mulan has no projectile-based attacks. Her ranged attack involves her charging forward with her bo staff (which, with the appropriate upgrades, can be chained into a combo attack).
  • Lady of War
  • Stuff Blowing Up: Her special attack, which involves her bringing out the dragon rocket she used to bury most of the Huns in snow in her original movie to blow up enemies. Fully upgraded, it can be used nearly ten times and can be devastating.

    Olaf 
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He likes warm hugs and summer.
"Hi, I'm Olaf, and I like warm hugs!"

Voiced by: Josh Gad
Affiliated franchise: Frozen
Playable in: Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack

A living snowman conjured up by Queen Elsa who likes warm hugs and summer. He joins Anna, Kristoff, and Sven on their quest to get Elsa to thaw Arendale, hoping that he can finally experience summer (despite the irony of what happens to snow then).


  • Badass Adorable: This cute little snowman can destroy enemies by slapping them, launch his carrot nose at targets, and even melt enemies by bringing in summer! All while sporting a huge smile on his face.
  • Feel No Pain: True to form, Olaf still doesn't seem to feel any pain (only surprise if anything) even when being zapped by lasers from Syndrome's Omnidroids.
    Olaf: (after respawning) Isn't this place wonderful?
  • Snowlem: A friendly one who likes the very things that would kill him.

    Sam Flynn 
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The Son of Flynn
"Is this....The Grid?"

Voiced by: Ross Thomas
Affiliated franchise: TRON
Playable in: Toy Box 2.0 (PC and Mobile Only), Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack

The son of Kevin Flynn and The Protagonist of TRON: Legacy.


  • Early-Bird Cameo: While TRON: Legacy was released years ago, Sam is playable in the PC and mobile versions of 2.0 while his figure is only compatible with 3.0.

    Quorra 
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"Hello, I'm Quorra. Are you a user?"

Voiced by: Erin Cottrell
Affiliated franchise: TRON
Playable in: Toy Box 2.0 (PC and Mobile Only), Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack

A skilled warrior from the Grid who is the last member of a group of 'isomorphic algorithms' who were destroyed by Clu 2.


    Spot 
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"Ah-wooooo!"
"Spot! Whooo! I sure miss you, boy! Who's a good boy?"
—Arlonote  when Spot approaches him

Voiced by: Jack Bright
Affiliated franchise: The Good Dinosaur
Playable in: Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack

The Deuteragonist of The Good Dinosaur, Spot is a young caveboy who befriended an Apatosaurus named Arlo and helped him find his way home.


  • In a Single Bound: Has the Super Jump as an upgrade.
  • Wall Crawl: He is the second Disney Original in Infinity (after Stitch), and the only Pixar playable character, who has this ability.

    Judy Hopps 
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The first rabbit officer of the ZPD.
"Officer Judy Hopps, reporting for duty!"

Voiced by: Ginnifer Goodwin
Affiliated franchise: Zootopia
Playable in: Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack

The Protagonist of Zootopia, Judy Hopps works for the ZPD on the frontlines in the battle against crime in the titular city. She joins the police squad, to prove she can do more than everyone thinks she can.


  • Another Side, Another Story: Her free to download story "Judy Hopps: Cop On The Casse" is her side of a story about how she and Nick solved a case involving stolen ice cream. Her version is more fourth wall narrated, is more platformer and action based.
  • Bouncing Battler
  • In a Single Bound: Has the Super Jump as an upgrade. Unlike most characters, it can be upgraded up to three times, allowing her to be the highest jumper in the game.
  • Spider-Sense: Has this ability as an upgrade, attributed to her sensitive hearing.

    Nick Wilde 
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Sly Fox
"Nick Wilde, here! Who's ready to have some fun?"

Voiced by: Jason Bateman
Affiliated franchise: Zootopia
Playable in: Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack

The Deuteragonist of Zootopia, Nick Wilde is a con artist who ends up working with Judy Hopps to solve a case.


  • Another Side, Another Story: His free to download story "Nick Wilde: Undercover Cop" tells only his side of a story about how he and Judy stopped a case involving stolen ice cream. His version in more noir narrated, and is more puzzle and fetch quest based.
  • BFS: The popsicle he wields is about as big as some of the larger characters.
  • Glacier Waif: His popsicle stick swings are slow, but very strong. He's fairly short, too.

DLC update-required characters

These characters were released after the Zootopia characters (the last initially-planned characters) were released. A compatibility download must be done before these characters can be played. They are not available for the digital versions (Windows, mobile, and Apple TV), except for Baloo in the mobile version.

    Baloo 
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Hit it, Papa Bear!
"Well, hey now. It's good to meet ya! You just hang on and old Baloo's gonna show ya how it's done."

Voiced by: Joel McCreary
Affiliated franchise: The Jungle Book
Playable in: Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack

Mr. Bare Necessities himself, Baloo is the Deuteragonist of The Jungle Book who acts as a father to Mowgli.


    Alice Kingsleigh 
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"Hello. My name's Alice! It's very nice to meet you."

Voiced by: Mia Wasikowska
Affiliated franchise: Alice Through the Looking Glass
Playable in: Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack

A curious young woman from Victorian London who falls down a rabbit hole and finds herself in the magical world of Underland, where she discovers that nothing is impossible.


  • Composite Character: Although primarily based on her live-action films, her design invokes the classic 1951 animated Alice. The flamingo she has even is based on its animated design.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Alice swings around a flamingo to smack enemies or use it as a croquet mallet to launch hedgehogs at them.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: When shrunken down as part of one of her specials.
  • Parachute Petticoat: Her dress allows her to drift safely downwards while falling.
  • Size Shifter: Alice's special ability is to eat some cake and grow giant to stomp all over her foes, or drink a potion and shrink down so she can hit bad guys without even being noticed.

    The Mad Hatter 
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It is rather mad to have three Johnny Depp-based characters in Infinity?
"Oooh, hello there! I am Tarrant Hightopp. Shall we begin our adventure?"

Voiced by: Jared Butler
Affiliated franchise: Alice Through the Looking Glass
Playable in: Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack

Tarrant Hightopp is a hatmaker that lives in Underland with an eccentric fashion sense and a personality to match. He also enjoys having tea parties and doing his signature dance, the Futterwacken.


  • Blow You Away: He can whip up whirlwinds by tossing his hat, or use it like a vacuum to suck enemies closer to him.
  • Doppelgänger Crossover: Can meet Captain Jack Sparrow and Tonto in the Toy Box.
  • In a Single Bound: Has the Super Jump ability.
  • Mythology Gag: He's based on the live-action Hatter, but his hat is much larger than his actual live-action self, and the tea party he summons has townspeople based on the characters from the 1951 animated film joining him.
  • Shock and Awe: Hatter can charge his hat with electricity before tossing it in battle.
  • Summon Magic: Using his special attack, Hatter summons an entire tea party table along with some of his friends to throw tea cups at baddies.
  • Weaponized Headgear: Hatter makes use of his, well, hat to take down enemies.

    Time 
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Sadly, Time is up for Disney Infinity.
"I am Time, keeper of all that is and shall be."

Voiced by: Wally Wingert
Affiliated franchise: Alice Through the Looking Glass
Playable in: Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Pack

The physical embodiment of time himself, he watches over the Grand Clock and protects the Chronosphere, a mysterious object that powers time throughout Underland.


  • Clockwork Creature: Aside from being made from clockwork, Time's entire theme is based around clocks. He can ride gears to dodge attacks, use pendulums to hit enemies and can even summon his Seconds, his little robot helpers, to fight for him.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: He could be spawned in the Toy Box as a boss long before he was officially revealed.
  • Hurricane of Puns: Evidently, he doesn't actually mind using his own name as part of puns, as he drops a lot of them here.
    Time: (using the Chronosphere) I'm having the time of my life!!
  • Improbable Weapon User: His projectile attack is throwing his watch pendant like a boomerang. Time can also use his time scepter as a bludgeon.
  • In a Single Bound: Has the Super Jump as an upgrade.
  • Squishy Wizard: Time has almost pitifully low HP when you start out with him, but this can be rectified with the appropriate upgrades.
  • The Minion Master: His "Working Against The Clock" combo has him summon his Seconds to charge at any foe in front of them.
  • Time Master: Being Time of course, he can slow enemies down with his attacks, and his special ability is to use the Chronosphere to create a time warp that wipes out foes.

    Dory 
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Just keep swimming.
"Hi! I'm Dory. I suffer from short-term memory loss. Just wanted to get that out there."

Voiced by: Jennifer Hale
Affiliated franchise: Finding Dory
Playable in: Finding Dory Play Set, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Finding Dory Play Set

A regal blue tang afflicted with short-term memory loss, she debuted in Finding Nemo and became the protagonist of its sequel, Finding Dory. With Disney Infinity's cancellation, she and Nemo are the last two playable characters added to the series, with their play set being the last one ever made and released.


  • In a Single Bound: Has the Super Jump as an immediately-available ability. She makes a splash when she lands, unless the player continues to hold the jump button to allow her to float gently back down.
  • Making a Splash: Being a fish, she produces water every time she lands from a Super Jump.

    Nemo 
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His lucky fin is still lucky.
"Hi! My name is Nemo."

Voiced by: Hayden Rolence
Affiliated franchise: Finding Dory
Playable in: Finding Dory Play Set, Toy Box 3.0
Availability: Single Character Packnote 

A clownfish with a bad right fin, he is the title character of Finding Nemo. With Disney Infinity's cancellation, he and Dory are the last two playable characters added to the series, with their play set being the last one ever made and released.


  • Bubble Gun: His special move has him blow a giant bubble that bounces off enemies and causes them to swell up.
  • In a Single Bound: Much like Dory, he has the Super Jump as an immediately-available ability.
  • Making a Splash: He's a fish, so it's a given.
  • Moveset Clone: He plays almost identically to Dory, to the point where most tropes that would apply to her also apply to him.

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