42nd Anniversary Of First Moon Walk

July 20, 2011 by Post Team 

42nd Anniversary Of First Moon Walk42nd Anniversary Of First Moon Walk, Celebrating the anniversary of mankind 42 landing on the Moon, Disney has announced a “global-set space” line will join the Disney universe. Disney wants to honor this “monumental event in history” with the introduction of the new area for Disney fans to explore their course of action and adventure.

Disney Universe is the first game ever for all the Disney characters together as the players are dressed in costume of their favorite character is what gives them special powers to explore the multiplayer action-adventure in the world. “The first walk on the moon was a monumental event in history, it seems appropriate to honor this achievement, revealing the level inspired by one of our favorite between the space film, ‘WALL-E,’” said Adam Disney Interactive Sussman.

“Combining the thrill of outer space adventures with the world of Disney Universe will generate direct action to gamers of all ages.”

Players can dress like WALL-E and Eve of the Disney film “along with several of his colleagues recognize, and use some of the elements that defy gravity brings to the game level.” The press release announces that fans can experience.

“In the world of WALL-E, players will experience the effects of magnets on the head, magnetic platforms, inflatable tire piles, routes of gravity and more. The world of WALL-E also includes laser cannons and other tools of evil and chaos that players use to help and hinder the other players make their way through the off-the-wall action and adventure without stopping. ” The whole of WALL-E joins other personalities such as Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland and Pixar Monsters, Inc. Disney releases Universe Xbox 360, PS3 and PC this fall.

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