Disney Fairies: Lost & Found is now available on the App Store for iOS devices, and Disney promises to donate £1 to Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity for every download of the game until Christmas.
Featuring all seven Disney Fairies from Disney’s upcoming animated feature film, “Tinker Bell: Secret of the Wings”, Disney Fairies: Lost & Found is a fun and challenging hidden objects game where players can discover and experience the wonder and beauty of Pixie Hollow through a sequence of seven stunning winter scenes.
Disney Fairies: Lost & Found features enchanting images, dynamic animation and surprising interactive elements, moving through seasons in several immersive environments. Players must help the fairies to reveal their hidden secrets and discover special “fairy facts” about Tinker Bell, Periwinkle, Silvermist, Fawn, Iridessa, Rosetta and Vidia, as well as hunt for their favourite lost items including animals, treasures and much more!
Players progress through different levels to complete the game and claim a bonus “Tinker Bell: Secret of the Wings” storybook. Featuring new characters and scenes from the film, the interactive storybook is unlocked chapter by chapter. Disney Fairies: Lost & Found will continue to be updated with new downloadable content, new seasonal scenes and exciting features.
“Disney Fairies: Lost & Found is an enchanting game that will play a strong role in our digital expansion of the Fairies franchise across EMEA. Produced in the UK, the app is an example of our commitment to producing compelling content at a local level and to taking our brands onto mobile platforms in new and exciting ways,” commented Paul Brown, General Manager of Disney Interactive. “Our goal is to deliver great digital experiences that engage our existing fans, whilst growing new audiences across multiple platforms.”
Disney Fairies: Lost & Found is available now on the App Store for £0.69. Remember that for every download of Disney Fairies: Lost & Found, Disney will donate £1 to Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity from today until Christmas Day. The donations will go toward Disney’s goal of raising £10 million toward Great Ormond Street Hospital’s redevelopment.