Disney Checkout Challenge tests your grocery scanning skills

Disney Checkout Challenge arrives on Windows Phone

Disney Checkout Challenge is a game that tests how fast you can checkout grocery items. It's a fast-paced game where you will climb from "Checker-in-Training" to "Checkout Chairman" based on your barcode scanning skills. The game will also allow you to compete for the highest scores.

Priced at $0.99, here are some of the objected for the Windows Phone 8 game:

  • Complete objectives to "level up" and unlock unique groceries with greater value!
  • Scan quickly to activate "Frenzy" and use tapping to scan items lightning fast!
  • Sign the high score list with your signature – for that extra personal touch!
  • Look out for unique Disney items featuring your favorite characters!

While you're scanning barcodes, be on the lookout for special Disney characters as well.

Download the game and let us know what you think of this deceptively simple supermarket challenge.

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Thanks, Hicham, for the tip!


Reader comments

Disney Checkout Challenge tests your grocery scanning skills


Forget the youth. Train the fully-grown morons who stand at the self-checkout, staring at it with their mouth open, looking like the thing just asked them to prove the Reimann hypothesis before they can scan their next item. If pointing some stripes at a shiny light is beyond your mental capacity, the store has graciously provided a number of staffed queues specifically to assist you...

Another week, another game from Disney. They continue to flood the store with new games while leaving their existing games to rot. They will keep iOS and Android updated and constantly add new content on those platforms but Windows sees nothing. Nemo's Reef, Star Wars: Assault Team, Frozen Freefall and Tiny Death Star are just a few examples of their games that are on multiple platforms but rarely see updates on Windows while the other OS's see weekly changes. I would think that if they have the time to crank out these new games every week, they would have the time to update their existing games.

I would love to see WPCentral or any other such site, do a story about these big name companies that release cross platform apps but rarely update on Windows. Maybe this would get the devs attention and also warn users about companies that do this.

Really good point dude and.i think the answer is that the focus right now is quantity not quality

Yeah have the same question lol. Is it actually a game or will the security follows me everywhere?