Here’s how to create worlds with Disney Infinity’s Toy Box mode

Here’s how to create worlds with Disney Infinity’s Toy Box mode

28 June 2013

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Disney Interactive recently released a new video that shows just how worlds can be created using Disney Infinity‘s Toy Box mode.

Between this and Microsoft’s Project Spark, I really need to work on my in-game creativity. What people can do with these games is simply amazing.

“Utilising the logic editor tools and accessible tutorials, players can build their own environments from scratch or use pre-built templates. Some examples of the creative worlds that can be built in Toy Box can be seen in the new video, including a floating race track, a massive version of Cinderella’s castle complete with rings of fire and a world where a pirate’s ship is sitting pretty as the centerpiece,” Disney Interactive said of Toy Box mode.

“Players can let their imaginations run wild by creating adventures and mini-games within these customised environments. They can create obstacle courses, sports games or even re-create classic arcade games by using a variety of characters such as Mr. Incredible and Jack Sparrow, and vehicles including the Tron recognizer while fending off opponents with a variety of combat tools,” they continued.

Disney Infinity is available from 20 August on PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, Wii U and PC