The world of Disney and Pixar’s Toy Story comes to life in the only mobile game that’s fully themed in the Toy Story universe, including Toy Story 4! Help Woody, Buzz and beloved characters, classic and new, unlock their stories one scene at a time while you adventure across iconic locations like Andy’s Room, Pizza Planet and more. Overcome larger-than-life obstacles as you match, drop and clear hundreds of exciting match 3 puzzles. Enter imaginative worlds by collecting and assembling exclusive character-themed Playsets to unlock all-new Bonus Scene adventures. With the magic of Toy Story at your fingertips, you've got a friend in match 3!
• Explore iconic locations from the Disney and Pixar Toy Story universe, including Toy Story 4
• Call the toys to your aid through themed boosts like The Claw to swap to game pieces, the Alien’s Saucers to zap away obstacles, and Etch A Sketch to shake up the board
• Tap and discover delightful Easter eggs on the interactive progression map
• Solve puzzles to collect Playset pieces for Sheriff Woody, Space Ranger Buzz, Cowgirl Jessie, and more
• Assemble Playsets to unlock Bonus Scenes like Woody vs. Evil Doctor Porkchop
• Help the toys get ready for Andy’s return from Cowboy Camp, save Hamm from being left behind at Pizza Planet, and more
• Work with favorite characters to overcome larger than life obstacles in each puzzle
• Watch the story unfold as you progress through gameplay
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I went through half of these comments and let me just say this if you are looking for a game that’s easy for a 5 year old to pass then you should probably move on. Now if your looking for a game that is actually fun to play and that challenges you well this is the game for you. Also no you do not need money to pass to the other levels I hate spending money games yes it might take you a few times to try but hey you will pass it eventually. I love the fact that there is multiple levels and story lines and for each character to it’s awesome. If you play all the bonus rounds you get some good prizes and if you don’t use all your good stuff on the easy rounds than you will have stuff to help pass the really hard rounds so that way there will be no need to buy anything. It’s all based on how you play the game.
You must PAY TO PLAY if you want enjoyment out of it!
In the last 10 screens of level 6, after you’ve cleared 50 screens already on this level, you’re expected to “earn” 1700 batteries in order to proceed to the end puzzle. If you don’t spend nearly a month of playing all the levels over & over again, you can pay roughly $15 to be allowed to continue. That’s not to say you’ll see any of the play sets teased by the game’s opening screens: I’ve played at least 500 screens worth of the game, and I’ve only unlocked 2 of the 10+ play sets offered, and that’s only because the first 2 play sets only required 4 puzzle pieces apiece. From playing 2x per day, I’ve yet to see a single puzzle piece get awarded from beating a level, a milestone, or even a special event, but instead only win a free move, disco ball, or a board scramble. And even if you were to complete all puzzle pieces to a play set, they’re only 5 screens at most with limited replay ability. Finally if you play through only 5 lives at a time (the most you get every 2 hours), the game is rigged so that you will fail on 4 tries, and then win 1 screen on your last life ... or rather, it’s USUALLY that generous, except if you need more batteries to continue, in which case you may play for DATS at a time on 1 screen to attempt to clear it because the game drops pieces counter-productive to your goals (such as needing to remove 50 green shapes, but only 35 drop before you run out of turns).
Good game, difficulty and power ups need to be fixed.
I normally do not write reviews for games so here it goes. The levels are easy at first and get hard progressively, which in my opinion is fine, I like a challenge. What I don’t like is that the power ups on certain levels where you knock the marble, or even move the character to the back pack no matter how big of a move you use, you take away only one marble, and or move only one space....Really?? You couldn’t just have taken away like 3 marbles if you used the power ups, instead of one like a normal move? Any other game like candy crush, because let’s be honest here all these types of games are a rip off of bubble blast, then the big sensation candy crush. If you want to make the game better I suggest, like candy crush you are more forgivable with the power ups, easily purchasable coins and power ups make the game wanting the player to come back that’s why people delete it. It’s hard to get coins, it’s a grind to get batteries, and the power ups are expensive just like buying batteries. I like the concept but just work on the execution. Maybe incorporate some different games, customization element, scenes from the movies I mean there are some scenes but to make it stand out just have a different variety of puzzles.
- Big Fish Games, Inc
- 214 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- © 2020 Big Fish Games, Inc.
- In-App Purchases
- Mini Coin Pack $1.99
- Mini Bundle $3.99
- Deluxe Coin Pack $4.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.