“Disney Infinity” Toy Box Thursday Contest Winners November 7, 2013

By on November 7, 2013


Disney Interactive has released the winners of the latest “Disney Infinity” Toy Box Challenge for Toy Box creations. This challenge was for creations inspired by “Toy Story,” and more specifically, the new Toy Story in Space Play Set. These recent creations look like some of the best yet.

The video below details the winners:

Here are some screen shots and additional information related to the winning Toy Boxes:


The BIG Room: When the kids are away, the toys will play! A truly remarkable recreation of Andy’s room from “Toy Story.”


Woody’s Roundup: Experience the Toy Box mode from “Toy Story 3: The Video Game”… but this time with “Disney Infinity” characters!


Capture Zurg!: Alien invasion! Drop them in the ship’s pen, then capture Zurg at his secret lab and bring him back to the asteroid pen.


Saving Mr. Rex: Battle the way through Zurgbots and help Mr. Rex escape from Zurg… Be on the look-out for secrets along the way!


The City Dump: You’ve been thrown away by mistake and must escape the dump. Beware of Lotso’s trickery, or face a fiery demise.

If you would like to download these, or other Toy Boxes, you can follow these directions:

  • Select “Toy Box” from the Disney Infinity Main Menu
  • Select “Toy Box Share” and “Disney’s Toy Boxes.”
  • There will be a list of all the featured Toy Boxes for players to download.

About Clayton Crooks

Clayton Crooks is an award winning author and computer consultant based in Knoxville, TN. He has had more than 15 books published on a range of topics including everything from Visual Basic to game development to 3D graphics. In addition to his books, Clayton has been published hundreds of times in variety of publications including magazines such as Dr. Dobbs Journal and his works have been published on numerous web sites.

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