Role: Level Designer
Being a part of Disney Infinity from its inception was awesome to be a part of. We were finally able to see all these characters play together, which was a natural transition. With the Incredible’s playset I was also able to create a lot of world animations and effects for the playset which enhanced my role as a Game Maker.
Platforms: PS3, XBox 360, Wii, PC
Tools: Maya, Proprietary Level Design Tool similar to Kismet, Photoshop, Zbrush
There are endless amounts of hours waiting for kids in Disney Infinity’s worlds. If kids want to build world’s, boom. If kids want to play adventures, boom. If kids want to spend time with each other and share Toy Box creations, boom. There’s so much in one package that younger gamers will absolutely have a blast with it. It literally has everything for them and it’s a worry-free environment to play in. What more could you ask for as a parent from a single game? -Digital Chumps
A Toy Box, one that is plenty full of possibilities. That’s Disney Infinity. At last, Disney made a game that is really worthy of carrying the title Disney on the cover. It’s a shame that the model requires to buy extra figures to play coop, or the way we have to discover all the items for the Toy Box mode, but the three universes of this starter pack and the creation mode, alongside with the quality of the figures, captures the Disney magic and will throwback us, the older ones, to our childhood, because that is what Disney can do best. Right now, one of the best experiences for kids, but one that could be expensive with the expansion/coop packs. -Meristation
Disney Infinity is a family-oriented production, specifically aimed for children, who will enjoy both the different characters and interactive scenarios. It’s a notable product, and a recommendable children’s game. -LaPS4