Disney Interactive Releases Puzzle Game “Disney Dream Treats” Set in Disney Parks np

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Disney Interactive has launched Disney Dream Treats, a new match-three puzzle game for mobile devices that takes players on a dream tour of restaurants in Disney Parks and Resorts around the world, and lets them interact with some of their favorite Disney characters.

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In Disney Dream Treats, players will help Mickey, Minnie, Ariel, Belle, Buzz Lightyear, Woody, and more favorite characters welcome guests to famous Disney eateries and serve up mouth-watering treats through more than 100 levels of puzzle matching fun.

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Familiar Disney treats featured in the game include Disneyland churros, frosted Mickey cookies and more. Players can draw lines using these famous treats to make a match and fill the guest’s requests. Players can use photos of families and friends in-game, dressing them in various Disney hats and clothing, to make the gameplay even more fun.

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To help serve guests faster, players can unleash magical character combo boosters and power-ups like Belle’s “Rose” or Mickey’s “Fireworks.” As players progress through the game, they will visit numerous Disney restaurants and character dining experiences featured at Disney Parks and Resorts around the globe.

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Disney Dream Treats is for download in the Apple App Store, Google Play, Windows App Store and Amazon Appstore.

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Bob Collins

Bob first visited Walt Disney World in 1975 when he was 6 years old. He went back with his wife and two daughters 37 years later in 2012. Since then, he and his family have visited WDW each year at Spring break or when school is out for the Summer. They currently have another trip planned for March 2015.

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