Toy Story: Smash It! crashes into the Windows Phone Store

If you are a fan of the movie Toy Story, we have some good news.  Toy Story: Smash It! has landed in the Windows Phone Store.  The game has been available on Windows 8 for a little while and it is nice to see it come to the small screen.

The Windows Phone 8 game is a physics-based puzzle game where you must guide Buzz Lightyear through ninety challenging levels.  Armed with bouncing-balls, Buzz must take out all the targets in each level.

The ninety levels of game play are spread across six episodes, each with fantastic animations and graphics.  Tutorial pop-ups will appear as you enter a level with uncharted tasks to guide you through the new features.

Toy Story: Smash It!

Game play takes on a brick breaker feel to it in that Buzz needs to nail targets that will toppled alien fortresses and knock down the little green aliens.  Buzz is only armed with a limited number of bouncing balls in each level and the fewer balls it takes to knock down the aliens, the higher your score.

As you progress through the game, the levels become more challenging.  You will find stronger fortresses to knock down, obstacles to throw your bouncing ball through and power-ups to give you a fighting chance.

Toy Story: Smash It!

We have only played a few levels and Toy Story: Smash It! makes a nice first impression.  It comes across as an entertaining, addictive, fun Windows Phone game.

The only downside to the game so far is that it lacks a trial version.  The full version of Toy Story: Smash It! is currently running $1.99 and is available for Windows Phone 8.

You can find your copy of Toy Story: Smash It! here in the Windows Phone Store.  The Windows 8 version of Toy Story: Smash It! is currently running $4.99 (no trial) and can be found here in the Windows Store.

Thanks, Isaac, for the tip!

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George Ponder

George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.