Soaring High with Disney Planes Video Game #DisneyPlanes


While I was in Los Angeles for the #DisneyPlanesEvent press day in June, I learned a lot about what went into making the movie. I also got a sneak peek look at some of the great toys, clothing, and the Disney Planes video game! I was excited to check out all of the products that would make it easy to bring Planes to life at home!

Disney Planes Video Game #DisneyPlanes

Soaring High with Disney Planes Video Game

Available on Nintendo consoles, the Disney’s Planes video game will take you on a soaring adventure with Dusty as you continue to explore the story beyond the movie on the big screen. The video game has a number of great features that just take the film even further.

On the console versions you can play as one of 10 characters from the movie and soar through 10 different environments from the Disney’s Planes. There are also four exciting play modes including:

  • Air Rallies
  • Story
  • Free Flight
  • Balloon Popping

One of my favorite features is that you can play with 1-2 players. You can play single player or drop-in/drop-out co-op play with 2 players. It’s a great feature for younger players who may lose interest more quickly than their older siblings. They can play Disney’s Planes together without anyone getting upset!

The handheld version of the game features single player game play and the four modes as well. The modes include story, challenge, racing, and balloon popping. You can play as one of 6 characters from the movie and there are over 40 challenges and missions to complete!

So get ready to soar on your own Planes adventures! I think this is game that W would definitely like to try. Perhaps his first video game? And a great way for him to spend some time bonding with J (who loves video games).

Learn more about the Disney Planes video game and then get in on the action!

Which character would you want to play?

This post included a giveaway that has now ended. Congratulations to Jennifer!

Disclosure: Disney provided me with a trip to Los Angeles to cover the Disney Planes press day. All thoughts and experiences are my own.