Fans of Disney's theme parks will have the chance to create their own kingdom very soon. Gameloft planned to release their next mobile game for Windows mobile devices, Disney Magic Kingdoms, starting on Thursday, March 17.
Here's what fans can expect from the game:
Disney Magic Kingdoms allows players to enter the timeless world of Disney and relive magical moments from the Parks by building fun attractions like Mickey's Fun Wheel, Astro Orbiters, and Monster's Inc. Laugh Floor, and sharing spectacular moments with beloved Disney characters from Disney•Pixar's Wall-E and Toy Story, Disney's Tangled and more.
People who register their interest in the game on Facebook and share it with others will help unlock a number of community in-game rewards before Disney Magic Kingdoms is released.
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