Disney Infinity Toy Box Walkthrough Wii

Posted : admin On 13.09.2021

For one reason or another — maybe you just had kids, maybe the whole Star Wars thing won you over (no regrets) — you've decided to see what Disney Infinity 3.0 is all about. But holy crap — this is a big box with a lot of Stuff inside it. How does everything work?

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The basics

Disney Infinity is actually a few different things in one. The heart of the experience is contained within Toy Box mode, which you can use to build play spaces of your own.

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Advanced users can also create all sorts of game modes in these spaces: racing, combat, platforming, even exploration. Creations can be saved and shared with the Infinity community, which means you can also play around with the stuff other people make.

Separate from Toy Box are Play Sets, which are themed adventures built by the Disney Infinity team. While Toy Box allows you to mix and match Disney characters and environments to your heart's content, Play Sets tell stories inside a particular Disney universe. For example, the Twilight of the Republic Play Set that comes with the Disney Infinity 3.0 Starter Pack is a Star Wars: The Clone Wars adventure.

All of these pieces are tied together by the toys and plastic pieces, which influence the game in a variety of ways.

How do the toys work?

All of Disney Infinity's plastic playing pieces link up with the game via the USB-powered 'Base' that comes with the Starter Pack. Here's what it looks like:

The two circles and the hexagon are where your toys go. Character figurines or Power Discs that affect character abilities go in the circle spaces, while Play Set pieces or non-character Power Discs slot into the hexagon. Here's what a full Disney Infinity Base looks like.

This Base is set up for two players — one as Ahsoka and the other as Yoda — to play in the Twilight of the Republic Play Set. Ahsoka is resting on top of a Mace Windu Team Up Power Disc, which allows her to call on Samuel L. Jackson's bald, badass Jedi Master for aid. A figurine would normally sit flush on top of a Power Disc like that; we left Ahsoka off here just so you could see the Disc beneath her.

In front of the Base, you can see a few hexagonal Power Discs, all of which work in Toy Box mode. The purple ones unlock cosmetic items for building environments and the orange one unlocks a vehicle.

When you're playing in Toy Box, switching to a new playable character is as easy as replacing the figurine on the Base with a new one. Play Sets work similarly, but with a few restrictions.

You can only use designated characters for that Play Set, though additional ones can be unlocked by collecting their tokens in-game. But since franchise crossovers don't happen in Play Sets, you'll never (for example) be able to play as Mickey Mouse in Twilight of the Republic.

Disney Infinity can't be played at all unless you have a Base plugged into your gaming machine of choice, and at least one character figurine in one of the circle slots.

The Toy Box Hub

Assuming you don't jump straight into Twilight of the Republic's Clone Wars story, the first place you land after Disney Infinity 3.0's basic control tutorial is the Toy Box Hub. Think of the Hub as an extensive, multi-faceted Toy Box tutorial that shows you the basics of how everything works and gives you a taste of the possibilities.

But it's also more than that. In most video games, tutorials aren't typically something you'd revisit. And while many of the Toy Box Hub's features can be accessed from the pause menu, you're still likely to find yourself returning to this space an awful lot, at least in the early going.

The first time you arrive in the Toy Box Hub, you'll see a central, circular fountain area with a group of six characters arrayed around it, standing on different-colored pads. (It's the white circle in the image above.) There's landscape beyond each of those characters, but it's all whited out, as if somebody forgot to paint them.

Each of those characters is the 'host' for a different portion of Toy Box's various functions. On your first visit, be sure to talk to each of the hosts and ask them every question from the list that appears. As you visit each one and they assign basic tasks, you'll see different portions of the Toy Box Hub painted in.

Once all the different spokes of Toy Box Hub are fully colored, take some time to really explore this space. Speak to the different characters. Try out vehicles and combat. Collect presents (to unlock new items for use in Toy Box) and spark bubbles, which look like the plastic containers that old-school toy vending machines used to spit out.

Sparks boost your character in different ways. Blue ones contain currency that you can spend on Toy Box items at the in-game store. Green ones restore your health. Purple ones fill up the power meter for your character's special ability. And orange ones give you bonus experience points, which levels up your character and unlocks new abilities.

We can't stress enough how worth your time it is to really soak in every corner of the Toy Box Hub. Some characters have mini-missions available that showcase the capabilities of Toy Box and teach you basic game concepts.

On Main Street U.S.A., you can visit the El Capitan Theater to check out other people's creations or head to Flynn's Arcade for some online multiplayer competitions. The sidekick portion of the Toy Box Hub teaches you how Disney Infinity's little in-game helpers work, covering everything from equippable gear to 3.0's new farming (which is used to power up your sidekicks). My INterior shows you how to build your own in-game house.

Toy Box 3.0

Hundreds of pages could be written on the intricacies of Toy Box development. Disney Infinity 3.0 expands it even further with an assortment of new tools. The best advice we can give you: mess around. Don't be afraid to fail. There's a ton of flexibility for building exactly what you want in Toy Box, but the cost of that is a complex set of tools that have a steep learning curve.

The Editor feature (summon it on PlayStation 4 by pressing the touchpad) opens up a menu that allows you to place all manner of items in the world. This is your primary building tool. You have access to everything from non-player characters and enemies to walls, floor/ceiling/sky designs and more. Anything you place in the world can be manipulated in a variety of ways; look for on-screen prompts specific to the item you're placing.

There's a good set of tutorials for Toy Box available on Main Street U.S.A. in the Toy Box Hub. Look for the glowing, purple doorway set into the exterior of the building to the left of the Main Street host. Interact with it and you'll get a list of mini-missions to choose from; each one showcases different aspects of Toy Box.

In addition to the Editor, you've also got a Magic Wand to play with (hold left on the D-pad and select it from the menu that pops up). This is what you use to edit or delete objects that already exist in the play space. There's actually a very brief lesson on Magic Wand use during the pre-Toy Box Hub tutorial, so you'll have a good sense of how it works before you ever get to the Editor.

Many of the more advanced Toy Box features aren't available right away. The Toy Store (accessible on Main Street or from the pause menu) sells a wide number of tools and 'Creativi-Toys,' which are useful for adding a playable game component to whatever you build. It's easy to be overwhelmed by the sheer number of these; hold off on buying them all. Instead, wait until you've got an idea you want to act on and find the tools you'll need to facilitate that idea.

Toy Box is big, so don't get frustrated if you can't come up with any game ideas. Try messing around with user-created stuff in El Capitan. Jump into a Play Set. The more you mess around in Disney Infinity and see the range of things it's capable of doing, the more ideas you'll get for creations of your own.

In Disney Infinity 3.0, the Toy Box Launch is now called the Toy Box Hub. It has been completely redesigned (again).

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Toy Box Hub

The center of the Toy Box Hub acts as a Toy Box portal for creating new or loading existing Toy Box Saves.

The area immediately surrounding the center is divided into six areas, each with its own Toy Box Host.


This area has a purple marker and path, and is themed to look like the Main Street USA area at the Magic Kingdom theme park. It includes:

  • The Base Host (looks like Genie).
  • The Building-Based Toy Boxes portal, attached to the side of a Main Street USA building.[1]
  • A depiction of the Disney Infinity Base, surrounded by seven blank hexagons. When a Disney Infinity 3.0 Play Set Piece is placed on the Disney Infinity Base, a corresponding visual representations of that Play Set Piece appears.
  • Doors to the Hall of Heroes, Hall of Super Heroes, and the new Hall of Galactic Heroes for Star Wars Character Figures and Power Discs. These are attached to the side of a Main Street USA building.
  • The El Capitan Theater, which is where players can access Toy Box Games built by other players.[2]
  • Flynn's Arcade, where players can play Toy Box Games with other players from around the world.[2]
  • A Sky Changer toy, which a character can use to change the skydome (and music) within the Toy Box Hub.
  • The Toy Store Host[3] (looks like Scrooge McDuck)
  • The Cinderella's Castle Set Piece just past the end of Main Street USA, with an empty sidewalk circle in front of it. Placing a Disney MagicBand on the Disney Infinity Base will unlock the Disney Partners Statue, which will also appear in front of the castle.
  • To the left of Cinderella's Castle, Merlin's Tower may appear. There is a button on the front of it that will cause a storm cloud to appear above the tower and it will start to rain (only at the tower). Pressing it again will turn off the effects.


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This area has a blue marker and path, and is themed based on DunBroch Castle from 'Brave'. It includes:

  • The Exploration Host (looks like Mulan).
  • A representation of DunBroch Castle from 'Brave'.
  • The Exploration-Based Toy Boxes portal, in the side of DunBroch Castle.
  • On platforms with sufficient resources (e.g. Playstation 4 and Xbox One), just beyond DunBroch Castle and next to Cinderella's Castle is an Ewok Village area, complete with a pair of AT-ST walkers that can be commandeered by local players.


This area has a green marker and path, and has a farm land theme to it. It includes: Website templates free.

  • The Sidekick-Based Toy Boxes portal, which appears as a shed near a barn and silo. The Farm Host (looks like Woody) can be found in the Plotting for Plants tutorial.
  • A number of farm plots where the player can plant and harvest crops (after completing the Plotting for Plants tutorial).
  • On platforms with sufficient resources, just beyond the farming area and past the edge of the terrain is an island based on 'Inside Out'.


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This area has an orange marker and path, and has a 'fantasy cottage' theme. It includes:

  • The door to the player's INterior, on the front of a small cottage.
  • A Butler (looks like Cogsworth can be found in the INterior.
  • Beyond the cottage is a Matterhorn Set Piece.
  • On platforms with sufficient resources, to the left of the Matterhorn is Rapunzel's Tower from 'Tangled'.

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This area has a yellow marker and path, and is themed based on the Tatooine desert from Star Wars. It includes:

  • The Vehicles Host (looks like Luigi).
  • The Vehicle-Based Toy Boxes portal, which appears as a desert building on the highlighted path just beyond the Vehicle Host.
  • A Trigger attached to a Vehicle Summoner, which the player can use to spawn a random Vehicle.
  • On platforms with sufficient resources, The Dowager Queen, Jabba's Palace, and Fallen AT-AT Set Pieces can be found here.
  • At the back of the area, the starting point for the race track that circles the Toy Box Hub can be found.


This area has a red marker and path, and is themed based on Halloween Town from the 'Nightmare Before Christmas' movie. It includes:

  • The Combat Host (looks like Phil).
  • The Combat-Based Toy Boxes portal, which appears in front of a wall on the highlighted path just beyond the Combat Host.
  • A Skill Tree Kiosk to access the Character Figure's Skill Tree (which can also be accessed from the Pause Menu).
  • Jack Skellington's Reindeer - just like the one from the corresponding Power Disc, which can be ridden in the Toy Box Hub.
  • At the back of Halloween Town on the desert side, the Hero Destroyer from Toy Box Takeover appears, once the player had defeated a certain number of Enemies and earned the corresponding Feat. It remains dormant/still until a character approaches within a certain distance, then it continually moves closer to the player, until it either reaches and defeats the player (on contact), or a certain amount of time has elapsed (approximately two minutes). It then respawns again some time later (approximately one minute).

Race Track

At the back of the Vehicles area is the starting point for the Toy Box Hub race track. On platforms with sufficient resources, the race track around the Toy Box Hub will acquire three additional features:

  • Launching Ramps with a Ring of Fire at its end
  • Vehicle Weapon Generators in sets of four (one for each 'lane', as the Toy Box Hub uses the Wide Race Track Pieces).


Additionally, there are a number of events that take place in the Toy Box Hub, depending on whether the platform has sufficient resources.

  • The Enemy Generator from prior editions has been replaced by random waves of Enemies being spawned in Halloween Town. If the player defeats the wave quickly enough, the Narrator will make an announcement (e.g. 'You're a natural!'[4]), and an item will appear beneath the Halloween Town Octopus Building. This may be either a Blue Spark Capsule (common), an Orange Spark Capsule (uncommon), or a Surprise Gift (rare). The Enemies may disrupt the Townspeople and others (e.g. Carl Fredricksen and the parade members), causing them to go 'off script'. Attacking them will sometimes 'reset' them (e.g. the parade will reform and continue its travel).
  • The Narrator will periodically state 'A Surprise Gift has appeared.'[5] This will appear in a number of random locations throughout the Toy Box Hub. Once the player finds it, a new one spawns approximately two minutes later.[6] When collected, fireworks will be set off above Cinderella's Castle.
  • Oogie Boogie, Lock, Shock, and Barrel will periodically depart from their home in Halloween Town, walk around the Gargoyle Fountain, and then return to their home and disappear. They are considered Enemies; not only of the player, but apparently any other Enemy in Halloween Town at the time.
  • A giant Matterhorn Yeti will appear near the center of the Toy Box Hub, wandering around and randomly dropping Blue Sparks. If the character picks it up, the Pure White Sky Skydome and Frosted White World Texture will be unlocked. This is the only way to obtain these.
  • A parade, complete with its own music, will periodically start at the front of Cinderella's Castle and enter Main Street USA, before turning around, going back to the castle, and then disappearing. When the parade completes, fireworks are set off above the castle.
  • The Carl Fredricksen's House Set Piece from the movie 'Up' may appear, and a character can 'ride' it around the Toy Box Hub - at least until it moves a sufficient distance from the edge of the terrain, causing the character to respawn back on the terrain.
  • The 'I HEART KIDS'[7] balloon from Gravity Falls may appear and float around the Toy Box Hub for awhile before disappearing.
  • A Sugar Rush blimp may appear and float around the Toy Box Hub for awhile before disappearing.
  • The Skydome will change to The Empire's Weapon on its own, and a Star Destroyer Set Piece will appear, escorted by a number of TIE Fighters that the player can actually chase and shoot down.

Note: Unlike prior editions, the Toy Box Hub can neither be edited nor saved (as saving a Toy Box that can't be edited is unnecessary).


  • Star Destroyer and (targetable) TIE Fighter over Toy Box Hub



  1. The 'Pitch Black Sky' skydome can be unlocked by completing the first and last of the Building-Based Toy Boxes missions; see the walkthrough.
  2. 2.02.1This requires linking a Disney Infinity account which, with the Disney Infinity servers being shut down, is no longer accessible.
  3. He also appears in the player's INterior.
  4. Some players (intentionally) mis-hear this as 'You're unnatural!'
  5. Given that some gifts appear in locations that are expected to be populated, and either have not yet been or the platform doesn't have the resources to support it, some gifts may seem harder to find than others, leading some players to hear this as 'A Surprise Gift disappeared.'
  6. It is useful to note this, as other commentary from the Narrator may prevent the Surprise Gift from being announced; however, it still appears whether the player hears an announcement or not.
  7. In one episode of the series, the 'H' and 'R' fell off the banner, leaving 'I EA T KIDS'.

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