100 Stickers!

Not long after beating the world boss ghost of the Lilo & Stitch world, I came to the world boss action quest of the Frozen world as well. After clearing the first several stages, I made my way up to this ice castle.

The ice castle where the Frozen world boss ghost resides.I met up with Marshmallow there, but then an innocent-looking snowman came into sight. But the snowman (being controlled by ghosts, of course) quickly grew in size and became the world boss ghost I was expecting.

Spike, the snowman world boss ghost of the Frozen world in DMW2.The boss (Spike) doesn’t put up much of a fight, as long as you keep moving. Just keep hitting the large snowflakes (or are they ice-flakes?) that he spills out and it’s not that hard. I received a recipe for a carrot wand, which is made from three types of carrots. Is that all it takes to defeat ghosts? Veggies?

The carrot wand in Disney Magical World 2.
This wand will get to the root of the ghost problem.

In the Alice in Wonderland world, I fought through a couple of action quests there as well. In one, I beat Jokerface, who is the world boss ghost of Wonderland.

Jokerface, the world boss ghost of the Alice in Wonderland world in Disney Magical World 2.
I disposed of him quickly. You don’t want to let a jester fester.

Beating him earned me the superhero sticker for clearing 80 episodes. That was my 99th sticker, and there was only one sticker to go in my current sticker albums. The only task left to complete was to complete all world boss ghosts…and there was only one remaining.

So I headed off to The Little Mermaid world of Atlantica. I made my way through the deep ocean in search of Sebastian, as Ariel and Flounder tagged along. Once we found Sebastian, the world boss ghost was also there. Time to fight King Kral!

Fighting King Kral, the world boss ghost in the Little Mermaid world in Disney Magical World 2.

Again, I didn’t have much trouble with this boss. It’s just a matter of avoiding projectiles and keeping your distance when he charges at you. Once I was done, I earned the “Big Boss” sticker–my 100th overall! A message told me to head to Castle Square.

The big 100 sticker seal to unlock in Castle Square.When I went up to the big “100,” a star named Sparklestar appeared.

Sparklestar: Ladies and gentlemen!

It took me flying through space to the many dream worlds in the game. On the bottom screen, the game credits rolled! Apparently I’ve beaten the game!

But that’s not the end. After the credits were over, I received a new sticker album called “Pro Stickers.” This album has 15 new stickers available, and I was immediately awarded with five of them that I had already earned. Each of these pro stickers comes with a reward. For example, the “harvesting guru” sticker (for harvesting 65 different crops) gave me a recipe for the Goofy Star Wand.

So don’t worry, the game isn’t over yet. There are still many episodes to complete, dream worlds to visit, items to collect, and stickers to earn.

After playing another episode in the Lilo and Stitch world, I again fought the world boss ghost. I completed the episode and got the “You’re Not So Big” sticker for beating a variant of a world boss ghost.

After all that fighting, it was time to return home for some relaxing dreams. I started with “Fun in the Snow,” a gold rarity dream based on Frozen. I jumped on some snow mounds, slid down an ice slide with Olaf, and went ice skating.

Ice skating with Elsa, Anna, and Olaf in the Frozen dream world of Disney Magical World 2.

Next, I went on a magic carpet ride in an Aladdin themed dream. I also posed with Abu, danced with Genie, and later got a magic makeover.

Riding a magic carpet in the Aladdin dream world of Disney Magical World 2.

And last but not least, I dreamed of “Pirates Ahoy!” I rode on a raft with Captain Jack Sparrow, shared some memories of the Black Pearl as our raft seemingly sank, ran on a rotating barrel in the water, and got to pose next to the pirate’s booty. Treasure, that is.

Riding a raft with Captain Jack Sparrow in Disney Magical World 2.Running on a barrel with Captain Jack Sparrow in DMW2.

I ran into this internet player today, holding an ice cream cone stacked up a bit too high. It’s leaning! You better start licking that, or it’s going to end up on the ground!

A three-scoop ice cream cone leaning to one side.
“It’s going to fall,” I scream!

I’m making a lot of progress lately…probably because I’ve been playing so much. 😉 I’ll eventually post a full review, but I can already say that I highly recommend the game. Want to check the latest price for the game?

My sticker count is currently at 106, and my item collection is 55.45% complete. I’ll see you all next time!

First World Boss Ghost

I’ve continued to host parties at my cafe. It truly is the fastest way to earn money. And once a Disney character has come to the cafe for a party, he or she may start appearing in Castleton. Here, you can see Aladdin and Genie dancing in my cafe.

Aladdin and Genie dance in my cafe.After holding a Beauty and the Beast themed party, Letta arrived with a letter from Belle. It was an invitation to another ball, which I attended and completed. I actually don’t mind the balls in this game. Either they’re not as frustrating as they were in the first game, or maybe I’m just better at them now.

Beast: I didn't know you could dance so well!
You could say I’m a beast on the dance floor.

I later got an invitation from Aurora as well, so I completed her ball too.

After helping all of the seven dwarfs in the Snow White world to unlock their mines, they named me the 8th dwarf! Come on, I’m not that short! They even gave me a dwarf name… I’m now Peaceful Dwarf.

Doc, giving me a dwarf name: Peaceful! Let's go with Peaceful!
Peaceful is gonna kick your butt for that nickname.

In Hawaii, a girl accused Stitch of being the blue creature that stole something.

Girl: The culprit was a blue animal that moved like the wind!
Sure it wasn’t Sonic the Hedgehog?

Of course, a ghost was the real enemy, and I was the one who defeated it. But I continued with episodes here in the Lilo & Stitch world, and one action quest pitted me against the world boss ghost. Each of the action worlds has a world boss ghost, and this is the first one I’ve encountered.

The world boss ghost of the Lilo & Stitch world in Disney Magical World 2.As you might imagine, the boss takes a lot more hits to defeat than a regular boss ghost. But there were tons of health refills here…way more than I needed. So I didn’t have any trouble at all taking the world boss down.

Completing the episode earned me a sticker for beating my first world boss ghost, which was my 95th sticker overall. It also allowed me to make a new wand at Yen Sid’s tower, and a golden rare quest outfit at Daisy’s boutique. Making the outfit earned me another sticker.

I’ve been unlocking lots of dreams, so I figured it was time to tackle a bunch of them instead of letting them all pile up. I started with a gold Mickey dream. It looked a lot like the first Mickey dream at first sight, but there were new activities. One of them was to “perform” with Clarice. And by performing, it means just stand there moving your arms as Chip and Dale jump on piano keys.

A piano dream with Clarice, Chip, and Dale.

It also has activities that allow you to drive with Chip and Dale, play with Huey, Duey, and Louie, and fly a plane as Donald Duck holds on to the tail of the plane for dear life.

The next dream I tried was “Seabed Splendor,” based on The Little Mermaid. There are activities that let you pose with various characters from the movie, float on a jellyfish, save Flounder from being stuck, swim with a turtle, or swim with a dolphin.

Swimming with a dolphin and Ariel in a dream based on The Little Mermaid.

I then flew over to the “Wait Here, Hunny” dream based on Winnie the Pooh. For the activities, I pinned Eeyore’s tail on, avoided some bees, bounced with Tigger, sailed around the tree on a balloon, and even climbed into Winnie the Pooh’s honey pot!

Splashing in Pooh's honey pot.Bouncing with Tigger in a Winnie the Pooh dream.

Even though this dream is one of the smallest, it has a lot of activities and it’s quite fun. One of my favorite dreams so far. I also earned a new sticker for dreaming of my first Winnie the Pooh stage.

I also replayed several previous dreams that I had unlocked again. A linking feature allowed me to select multiple dreams and then hop from one directly into the next. I earned 2,000+ nice points in the combined dream, which earned me the “Nice Dream!” sticker. I’ve now earned all twelve of the stickers in the “Magical Dreams” category.

I currently have 98 stickers in total, and my item collection is 48.32% complete. See you all next time!

Holiday Season Arrives

Last week, Castleton started getting ready for the Christmas/holiday season (and winter in general). There are Christmas trees, fake snow, snowmen, presents, and red and green banners up in various locations around town.

A Christmas tree and decorations on Castle Street.And of course, there are also new holiday-themed furniture items, clothes, accessories, and food items. There are also festive medals you get for inviting internet players to your town during this time of year. They can be used in McDuck’s to purchase certain holiday items.

In Hawaii, Stitch asked to go surfing with me for a favor. So off we went, and together we surfed for a record 271.4m without falling off. Going over 200m earned me a Super Surfer sticker.

You got a sticker! Super Surfer.I played through an action quest in the Lilo & Stitch world, and I just love the scenery. The water, the islands, and the bridges…it’s all just so aesthetically pleasing. Some of the ghosts look like UFOs too, and that’s kind of cool.

A beautiful level in the Lilo & Stitch world.

In the Snow White world, Bashful told me that he had a hole in his pocket. He said that his nuts fell right out!

Bashful: So the nuts I put in there, well, they fell right out again.
Maybe you should keep them in a sack.

The souvenir cart on Castle Street often has some strange items for sale. But I don’t think any can top this one: A scrambled eggs lollipop. What the shell, man?
Shop Exclusive: Scrambled Eggs Lollipop. Cost: 300 coins.And in the Frozen world, Olaf lost his nose! Well technically, a ghost took it. But I had to go an action quest to find it! Completing it earned me the “Paragon” sticker for completing 65 episodes altogether.

Olaf: Oh, dear--my nose is missing! What to do, what to do...

After farming a bit, I returned home for some dreams. I’ve been completing a lot of puzzles lately, so I had quite a few dreams to choose from. I started with a Lilo & Stitch dream called “Planet Hopper.” I soon found myself standing with Stitch on the rings of a space ship that resembled Saturn.

Standing on a Saturn-like ship with Stitch in a dream.

One of the activities resulted in me sitting with Lilo in a flying spaceship that looked like a car. Another activity let me ride with Dr. Jumba and Pleakley.

Driving with Lilo in a dream.
Is Stitch the hood ornament?

Even though it looks cool here, there’s not much to do. So I went on another dream, this time to Alice in Wonderland themed dream called “Time for Tea!” This bizarre dream again puts me in outer space (apparently), but this time I’m riding on a flying teacup! I was able to pose for pictures with Alice and the White Rabbit.

Posing with Alice in Wonderland in an odd dream in Disney Magical World 2.

Other activities allowed me to pose with the Mad Hatter on a spinning teacup, visit the Queen’s floating garden, and float in the sea of tears. It was an odd dream.

Floating in the sea of tears with Alice in Wonderland.

The sticker-earning process has slowed down somewhat compared to earlier in the game, but I’m now up to 87 stickers. As for my item collection, it’s currently 40.12% complete. See you next time!