Parents' Guide to

Disney Infinity: Toy Box 2.0

By Chris Morris, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Memory-grabbing creative wonderland has in-app purchases.

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Is It Any Good?

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Disney Infinity: Toy Box 2.0 is, above all else, a huge game. If you don't have 4.4 GB of free space on your phone or tablet, you won't even be able to load it. It's also designed to make you spend money. Players can "test out" characters for a few days on a rotating basis but then will have to pay to keep playing with them (assuming you don't have handy the Web code from the figurine you bought for the console version of the game). Wonky controls also compromise the experience.

The upside is that this is still a fun sandbox tool when you look past the commercialism and size. Kids can create areas to explore and let their imaginations run wild. And since the game is optimized for Apple's Metal graphics platform, it looks great. Ultimately, though, it's best suited for people who are already power players of the console game and have the existing character collection, the available memory, and the patience to really make the most of the game.

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