Game Review: “Disney Magical World”


Disney Magical World is a game that puts you into the world of Disney’s Magic Kingdom! You can go exploring, interact with the Disney characters throughout the park and you can customize your dream life! It reminds me a lot of Nintendo’s hit game Animal Crossing but with a Disney touch. There’s also StreetPass so you can hang out with up to one other friend and visit their town, Cafes and customized avatars.

Mid 1

Well, I should start by saying that there are over 60 Disney characters in Castleton which is awesome and you can’t pass on the fact that there are 4 Disney-themed worlds: Alice in Wonderland, Aladdin, Cinderella and Winnie the Pooh. Players can create and collect as many outfits, accessories and furniture as they want by combining “ingredients,” which are found within the map. Overall there are over 1000 items!

Mid 2

To earn coins you create and customize your own Cafe, from the decor even to the menu, just about anything you can image can be made. You can collect and trade 300 different Disney Character Cards within the game as well. They can be traded from player to player via StreetPass. AR Cards are also obtainable to unlock clothes, accessories and furniture items. You can get these cards on special events, in retailers and also on the website.

All in all, its a great and wonderful relaxing gaming experience and I would definitely suggest to try it.

Platform: Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo 3DS XL, Nintendo 2DS
Genre: Life Simulation Adventure
Players: 1 Player Story Mode; 1-2 Player Multiplayer Modes
Rating: E (Everyone) – Mild Cartoon Violence
Launch Date: April 11, 2014
Developer: BANDAI NAMCO Studio Inc.
Suggested Retail Price: $29.99

Purchase it here:

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Clayton Crooks III

Clayton Crooks III (aka Ghost) is a regular contributor to the game section of Dis411. He enjoys watching his favorite teams (Lakers, Steelers, Pirates, Penguins and TN Volunteers), playing video games, traveling to Walt Disney World and playing with his two cats: Cassie and Sylvester.

One thought on “Game Review: “Disney Magical World”

  • June 1, 2014 at 9:41 pm

    Nice review Ghost. This game looks fun!


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