• Assault on Asgard disc.
  • Escape from the Kyln disc.
  • Stitch's Tropical Rescue disc.
  • Brave Forest Siege disc.
  • Toy Box Takeover disc.
  • Toy Box Speedway disc.

Toy Box Games (referred to in Disney Infinity 3.0 as Toy Box Expansion Games) are special Power Discs that provide access to minigames. They are shaped like a pyramid on top so that other power discs can not be stacked on them (preventing you from using two Toy Box Game Discs at once). When you place a Toy Box Game Disc on the base, Disney Infinity 2.0's main menu will offer you a selection to enter that disc's minigame.

Disney Infinity 2.0

Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes comes with the Attack on Asgard and Escape from the Kyln discs, while Disney Infinity: Toy Box Starter Pack includes Stitch's Tropical Rescue and Brave Forest Siege. No other Toy Box Game Discs have yet been announced. Since people would probably not purchase both Marvel Super Heroes and Toy Box Starter Park (because this would give you an extra copy of the game and an extra base, an unnecessary expense), John Vignocchi has stated on Twitter that each pair of game discs would be sold separately for $19.99 in the US on January 2015.[1]

Attack on Asgard and Stitch's Tropical Rescue are essentially the same game; they are a "tower defense" game where you place turrets and other weapons to help you prevent waves of enemies from destroying a base that you have to protect. Escape from the Kyln and Brave Forest Siege are also the same game; they involve running through large, randomly-generated areas, fighting monsters along the way, to reach a goal. Each minigame has ten levels of increasing difficulty. The regular levels of the two Marvel minigames can only be played with Marvel figures, and the regular levels of the two non-Marvel games can only be played with non-Marvel figures, but playing through the introduction and first level of any minigame unlocks an "infinite mode" which you can play with any Disney Infinity figure.

Disney Infinity 3.0

In Disney Infinity 3.0, Toy Box Games will return. So far, two have been confirmed: Toy Box Speedway and Toy Box Takeover. These toy box games in this game will be different from the ones in Disney Infinity 2.0 in several ways. First, they will be better made. Whereas in the first game, every aspect of the games could be easily replicated in Toy Box, these toy box games will play more like play sets, and will feature better and more advanced animation.[2] They will also involve more different game modes. Additionally, they will be themed differently from those in 2.0: while the toy box games in that game were all themed to one franchise each, the ones in this game are Disney Infinity-themed; they have no one theme, but instead give representation to many of the different franchises in the games. Also, instead of being unlocked by game discs, these games will be unlocked by clear pieces much like those used for play sets.[3]

The Toy Box Game discs from Disney Infinity 2.0 will not be compatible with 3.0.[4]


For all photos and videos, see Toy Box Games/Gallery.


  1. John Vignocchi Tweet (7:39 PM - 30 Sep 2014 Tweet)

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