If you’re wondering what Disney Mobile has been up to … well, it’s a lot. They’ve been hard at work with the launch of their new arcade racer Turbo Time, included in Wreck-It Ralph. The latest in a list including the 8-bit Fix-It Felix, Jr., the explosive Hero’s Duty, and the dizzying Sweet Climber, the addition of Turbo Time lets players race for gold through the classic, 16-bit graphics of retro racetracks. Pretty sweet.
They’re also inviting players to check out their new Monsters, Inc. Run side-scrolling action platformer that has players dashing through locations from the movie as their favorite “Monsters, Inc.” characters. Players find themselves on a spine-tingling mission as some of the most popular scare team duos, including Mike and Sulley, to find and rescue Boo from danger. Players run, jump and power through three frightening worlds and 48 hair-raising levels inspired by the movie, tackling the Rooftops of Monstropolis to the Ice Caves of the Himalayas.
And then there’s Where’s My Perry?, which just got an awesome update featuring 40 new evil agent levels with Dr. Doofenschmirtz and 20 free levels for Agent P. Players can now try their hand at mischief and wield the mad scientist’s new minion-inator by transforming everyday, household objects into even more evil agents. The update is available now for 99 cents, and players can even sample five free levels beforehand.
Saving the most exciting news for last, Captain America is joining the battle in the second episode of Marvel’s Avengers Initiative. The second episode of Avengers Initiative adventure moves the focus from Hulk to Captain America, as he combats the masses of escaped super-powered criminals, investigates the mole within S.H.I.E.L.D., and uncovers the latest plans of the Masters of Evil. Using agile takedown abilities and tactical shield attacks, as the First Avenger battles his way through Hydra War Drones, Skrulls and Hydra Brutes, all leading to the ultimate test – a showdown with the master of photographic reflexes, the Taskmaster.