Nintendo has provided me with an advance copy of Disney Magical World, which is now available for Nintendo 3DS. It has some gameplay similarities to Animal Crossing, while also featuring over 60 Disney characters. I'll be writing about the game and providing regular updates as I progress through the game. Please share this blog with other Disney fans or anyone else who may be interested. Want to start from the beginning?
Day 14: Exchanging Cards
I went to Wonderland and began the "Ruined Rose Garden" episode. I found myself back in the hedge maze, battling more ghosts. It took me a while to clear the level; these action stages are starting to drag on too long. But I eventually defeated all the ghosts and cleared the episode.
Yes, I clubbed it in the heart.
Next, I headed for 100 Acre Wood. After completing an episode where I had to convince Piglet he was scared of his own shadow, I had to make a fallen tree sideboard for Tigger. I also got my 51st sticker for harvesting 40 different crops.
I returned to my cafe and worked on some requests. I raised my owner level up a couple more times and I made a rare item in each category (snacks, drinks, and sweets) to earn my 52nd sticker.
I guess people liked the Pooh-Pooh platter.
With 52 stickers, I was able to unlock something new inside the castle! I had no idea what it could be, so I hurried there and opened the chest. The king then introduced me to the chamberlain. You can give him three of your duplicate trading cards and exchange them for a different card. Sounds pretty good, although there's still the possibility that the card you get could be a duplicate as well.
I traded in two Mickey cards and a Stitch card.
I got a Tangled card in return.
I continued trading in all of my duplicates and I got a bunch of new cards. This included cards from Jungle Book, Dumbo, The Little Mermaid, Pirates of the Caribbean, Lion King, Mulan, and more. I got a sticker for collecting 100 types of cards, and I currently have 107 cards out of the 300 in the game.
I then went to Cinderella's village to begin a new episode. It was an action stage in which I needed to find a recipe for an outfit for the Moonbeam Ball. The boss ghosts were a bunch of ballerinas!
Trust me, you don't want to dance with them.
I wrapped up my night by making the outfit for the Moonbeam Ball, although I didn't have all of the ingredients for the shoes. Oh well. I'll see you all next time!
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