Disney Enchanted Tales “Beauty and the Beast” Game Out Now for Mobile

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Clear up some storage on your phone because Disney has just released another mobile game. Disney Enchanted Tales is a new free-to-play game available now for iOS and Android that let’s players create their own unique kingdoms.

The game features stories, worlds, and characters from Beauty and the Beast, Tangled, and Frozen. Essentially players choose one story at the beginning of their  journey and once the tale has been competed, they can move on to the next one. Throughout the game, players will encounter characters such as Belle, Gaston, Rapunzel, Flynn Rider, Anna, Prince Hans, and more. As players complete quests, their kingdoms will expand and make room for new landmarks such as Beast’s Castle or Rapunzel’s Tower.

In standard mobile game fashion, Disney Enchanted Tales offers in-app purchases that will provide players with in-game currency that can be used in a number of ways. Disney Enchanted Tales shares similarities with the recent Disney Magic Kingdoms released back in March. The basic mechanics are the same, only now players can experience more fleshed out stories and build lands specifically themed to Beauty and the Beast, Tangled, and Frozen. Over time, the game will be updated with additional characters, items, and landmarks.

Disney Enchanted Tales is out now on the App Store and Google Play.

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I just hope it’s better than Magic Kingdoms. That game started promising and has since become nothing more than endless repetition with almost no ability to actually create anything as almost every major design element is already permanently set other than placing a few things. Roll out of additional content has been exceptionally slow and when it has rolled out it usually involves significant frustration to use it rather than add any game play elements.