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Unbelievable sights, indescribable feelings — both of these descriptors could easily apply to ‘Disney Infinity 2.0 Edition’ from everything we’ve seen so far, but now Disney Interactive has introduced a whole new wave of Toy Box playables: Aladdin and Jasmine.
With a scimitar and a magic lamp at his disposal, Aladdin’s (available fall 2014) brand of action is the answer to all your ‘Disney Infinity’ Toy Box 2.0 wishes. You’ll want to seek out this diamond in the rough. A proven fan favorite, Aladdin has consistently been one of the most requested characters since Disney Infinity was released last year.
Meanwhile, from within the walls of the Sultan’s palace in Agrabah, Princess Jasmine (available early 2015) leaps into acrobatic action in Toy Box 2.0. With the help of a magic carpet, Jasmine can summon desert winds to keep enemies at bay.
Below is a trailer for the new Aladdin and Jasmine figures which also gives us hints of a mount that appears to be one of the reindeer from Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas as well as a glimpse of a building that may be from Big Hero 6.
In addition to the new figures, Disney Interactive has also announced three new Aladdin-themed Power Discs:
- Jasmine’s Palace View: Transform the Toy Box skyline with this Power Disc and you will feel as if you’re in the land of Agabah.
- The Sands of Agrabah: Transform your Toy Box terrain into the dunes and desert of Agrabah.
- Aladdin’s Magic Carpet: Your wish for flight has been granted. Soar above the Toy Box on Aladdin’s Magic Carpet with this rare Power Disc.
- Rags to Riches: Slip on this Prince Ali costume for added style and increased riches. (Reminder: costumes will only work on the character featured on the Power Disc — in this case, Aladdin — but all characters receive boosts)
Below is a gallery of photos of the new figures as well as concept art and screens from the Toy Box, which also feature what appears to be a mount inspired by the ride vehicles at Disneyland’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’ attraction.
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