Two Disney Games Coming To Mobile Courtesy Of Gameloft

Princess Majestic Quest
Princess Majestic Quest Gameloft

Disney fans are sure to be excited, as Gameloft is releasing two new mobile games later this year. These two games build on the success of Disney Magic Kingdom.

The first is Disney Getaway Blast, which is a tropical game adventure that has characters from both Disney and Pixar movies on vacation. Players can build a collection of the characters they love as they pop through puzzles. Expect to see the likes of Aladdin, Stitch, and Mickey Mouse, among many others, as they take some "me-time."

To be released this year as well is Disney Princess Majestic Quest, a puzzle game that brings Disney's royals to life. This matching puzzle game takes place in the kingdoms of the princesses. Players need to help Disney princesses like Belle and Jasmin rebuild their kingdoms after they are destroyed by a magical storm.

Both Disney Getaway Blast and Disney Princess Majestic Quest are currently in beta and available in specific geo-territories.

Gameloft Chief Executive Officer Stephane Roussel said in a press statement that Disney has been known for having stories and characters that are loved by millions of fans, and this makes Gameloft proud to have the chance to collaborate with them. Roussel conntinued by saying that the "new titles from Gameloft Kharkiv and Gameloft Budapest reaffirm our commitment to a broad portfolio of games that delight and entertain a diverse audience of players and showcase our expertise in creating carefully crafted gaming experiences.”

The reason for Disney choosing Gameloft was that the mobile game developer had long proven its leadership when it comes to mobile games, and that they show quality especially with the continued success of Disney Magic Kingdoms.

First released in 2017, Disney Magic Kingdoms lets players create their very own Disney Park. They can build more than 100 attractions like Haunted Mansion and Space Mountain. Along the way players can collect different characters from both Disney and Pixar.

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