Disney Magic Kingdoms will allow young gamers to construct their own Disney park and save it from infamous villains.
Disney Interactive has teamed up with mobile games publisher Gameloft for Disney Magic Kingdoms, a smartphone and tablet game that allows fans to design and build their own virtual amusement park. Featuring famous attractions such as Space Mountain and It’s A Small World from global Disney parks, you’ll be able to lay out your own Magic Kingdom just how you like – although we don’t know if you can actually ride the attractions virtually, as you could on gaming classic Theme Park.
Gamers can also interact with classic and recent Disney characters, including Cinderella, Buzz Lightyear and – of course – Mr Mickey Mouse himself. And when you’re not maintaining rides and banning people for bringing in selfie sticks, you’ll have to complete various quests to save your park from villains such as Emperor Zurg and Maleficent.
Disney Magic Kingdoms will launch for iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows Phone devices, but we’ve no word on a release date just yet, or whether it’ll be free to download with in-app purchases. Here’s hoping we don’t have to wait long, or our inner geeky child might just explode into bits.