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Disney Infinity Toy Box World Creator Guide – How To Unlock and Customize
You will also be able to change some of the decoration in your Toy Box World. For example, select a tree and change it to any theme style you want. You would be able to do this only to the tree you selected or to all the trees in your vicinity.
The area surround your Toy Box World is called Sky Dome which can be customized too.
In order to customize it, go to editor and then to basic toy category. The sky changer not only change the theme of your Sky Dome but also the audio/background music of it.
There are total 18 categories in the toy section. Before start building, it is important to see which toys you have unlocked and then place them as per your liking.
The number of toys at your disposal increases as you unlock them.
Terrain is actually ground of your Toy Box. Anything you want to create will be built on the Terrain. You will be able to build caves, hills, roads, racing tracks and much more using Terrain.
Every other thing that you will build in your Toy Box will be built on the Terrain so expand it!
These are unlocked from Disney Infinity Hub and Play Sets. These can be joined together to build one building. You can also use these to build stadiums and cities.
I’d advise you to start your building process by using them.
You don’t have to build the buildings. You just place them wherever you want and it will be created. These are unlocked both from Play Sets and Disney Infinity Vault. Building vary greatly in their sizes.
Set pieces are basically large toys that are from Disney theme parks, movies, games or other shows. These add a lot of excitement to your Toy Box World especially when you invite your friends over.
These are the toys which don’t qualify for any other category. Some of these are interactive and some of these are not but you should definitely check them out since they are a lot fun.
Basic toys are undoubtedly very much fun to use but are no match against Action Toys. These toys perform certain action and hence named Action Toys. These can be used to create games and other challenges for you and your friends. And if you combine them with Creativity Toys, they gen even more fun.
These toys can be programmed to function in a specific manner. The easiest way to learn more about these toys is by trying them and playing with them. These can be unlocked from Disney Infinity Vault and Creavi-Toys Mastery Challenges part 1 and 2.
Combine them with Action Toys to get the real fun of these toys.
These include race tracks, roads, and other barricades that you can use. The important thing to keep in mind here is to join all the pieces carefully or you won’t get the desired result.
After building your Track Pieces, try changing their themes which can be unlocked from Disney Infinity Vault.
These toys can be created to play games with others and when combined with Creativi-Toys, they are a lot more fun. Also make sure to build barricades with these toys, you don’t want your soccer ball to go outside the edge of the world, do you?
You can customize your world by adding trees, plants, bushes, and light poles. Some of the plants in the category will be themed so as to match with the theme of your world.
Either change the theme for one plant or do this to your entire plant set. However, there will be some plants unlocked from the Play Set that can’t change themes.
Decoration fill in the empty space in your world to give it a more complete look. These are small than the other toys but very important. Some of these decorations can be destroyed while the other stay in their places.
You need vehicles to roam around your world. In Toy Box world, there are Mounts which are animals including horses, mules, and elephants. And there are vehicles and aircraft.
For more detailed information on vehicles, check out our other guide in Beginner’s guide section.
Cast members are unlocked in the Play Set and are those characters which will give you missions. These characters do not do you any harm and can’t be killed or defeated.
They are just there to add a flavor to your world. Be sure to interact with them. It is great to see some monsters roaming in the street of you world.
These like to dress up as Disney characters and remain in their Play Sets. These don’t do you any harm and are only there to add personality and life to your world. Since they don’t attack you, try picking them up and throwing them at a distant place.
These can be unlocked from the Disney Infinity Vault.
Critters are very much similar like Townspeople but they are not people, instead they are animals. If you put Townspeople in the city then try placing them in the forest to give your world a complete look and feel.
These also don’t cause you any harm and can be picked up and thrown. However, since they are agile, it is difficult to pick them up and throw them.
Trigger is the pressure pad and one of the simplest Creativi-Toy. For better effects, it is always advised that you combine them with the other toys. To set the Trigger, there are four ways:
- Player Stepped Off – Human stepped off the Trigger
- Player Stepped On – Human stepped on the Trigger
- Stepped On – AI player stepped off the Trigger
- Stepped Off – AI player stepped off the Trigger
Single player is a lot of fun in Disney Infinity but it doubles up when you play with your friends and other people. There are two ways of doing that: either invite your friends to play the games and challenges that you have created or use Toy Box Share to share your world.
Either join your friends or invite them to your world on Xbox Live, Playstation Network or any other online service you use. There can be a total of four players at the given time.
You can join any adventure that you have unlocked along with the character adventure that have been unlocked. In order to change your character, just change the Disney infinity Figure in Disney Infinity Base.
When everyone joins, the game starts. You not only compete with your friends but also try to beat your own records so that you can earn medals, you haven’t previously.
Some of these medals are quite easy to learn as there are plenty of opportunities in multiplayer mode. Collect more collectables and try to go for gold in every game.
As mentioned above, you can invite your friends to have a look at your Toy Box World. In order to do this, enter the Pause menu and then Online/Multiplayer and then follow the on-screen instruction to do this.
Moreover, you can join the Toy Box Worlds that other people have created to get a taste of their imagination.
How to Design the Toy Box
There are a lot of ways with which you can build you Toy Box World.
These steps range from being easy to difficult and once you have mastered these steps, you can continue on your own to create your imagination. Also, feel free to share your won tips with us in the Comment Section below!
When you start building your Toy Box World, make sure you have plenty of ground to cover all the things that you want to put in it. You may want to add a couple of more Terrain to make it look like hills.
Buildings and Set Pieces are very large structures that I would recommend placing before anything else. Also, make sure you have plenty of space allotted to these structures and still left for other things.
After your buildings are in place, you can add tracks to your World. You can also change the theme of your tracks by the flick of your wand. You can add roads, hills, caves, and racing tracks to add a more lively feeling to your world.
Like I have said before, that decorations are small structures that add a lot to your world.
These work as structures to add detail to your work. It is always better to have something in your world rather than keeping it as an empty space. Plants and decorations work really well here and give a final touch to your work.
The final addition to your world should be a lot of population.
Add townspeople, enemies, animals, and cast people to give a livelier feel to your world. Don’t forget to add a few vehicles for your folks to move around the world. You can add Mounts and vehicles or both if you feel like it.
Now that you have created the world, you are ready to play and have fun with your friends.
Racing games are really easy to build in Toy Box World. Follow these steps to build your own racing tracks.
The first thing to do is create a racing track as it is the key to start you race. Racing tracks can be found in the Disney Infinity Vault. Make sure to have at least 16 Spins before you start to spin for your choice of your Racing Tracks.
It is also important to lay track pieces in such a way that they inter-connect with each other correctly. View them from different angles to see if they have been placed correctly or not?
You can also add a lot of loops, jumps, and even shortcuts.
As for the finishing touch, make sure it ends at where it began. Once you have checked everything and completed your race track, you are ready to race against your friends.
Note: You can also add barriers and other barricades to ensure that your car doesn’t go outside the racing tracks.
There are a lot of action figures that you can put to use to create some amazing fighting games. View from different angles to ensure you have created everything perfectly.
When you have planned everything out, start making your course. Use blocks and other obstacles that players will need to cross to win the game. Just as you are building it, use your characters to try it out at the same time.
Also, add Trigger or Trigger Area to set a timer for your course. You can also add some of the toys such as party animations which will explode into fireworks when a player successfully completes a round.
Also add sound effects which will depict cheers as your player makes its way through obstacles. The camera angle of the game is also very important. Create the any camera angle you want and test it with your character to see which one works well for you.
After you have done everything, it’s time to check what you have created and come over your shortcomings.
There are a lot of sports games that you can create in the Toy Box World like football, hockey, basketball, etc. Depending upon what you want, you can start building your own sports complex.
Since the balls are always moving, they can go miles away even with a little push, so the idea to prevent this is to create some boundaries around your playing field.
It will also give a feel of a stadium to your playing field. But the main objective is to hinder the ball from leaving the playing area.
Once you have built the stadium, you will have to place the goal posts. The ESPN Soccer Goal works like a charm for soccer and hockey.
Of course, there is no game complete until you have a scorecard for it.
Place a scorecard in your game from the Creativi-Toys and then link it to your goal posts so that it keeps track of the score. You can also set the requirements to win a game under scoreboard settings.
And finally, add sound effects and animations to your stadium like cheering and booing when a goal is missed or shot. Party Cannons can also be added to create the fireworks.
Once you have done everything correctly, you should give it a try to test it out and overcome anything you have missed.
Like other games, fighting games are a lot of fun and easy to create. You can create your own team and enemy team to battle against each other.
It is very exciting to fight in the open environment but you can always build a fighting arena just like I mentioned above. You can place crowd to cheer your fighters and also add blocks to provide cover for your fighters especially if you are planning on using weapons.
In case, you want to have your fighters with some weapons, you can do this from Object Generators which will equip your enemies with weapons. And it is always good to have a variety of weapons at your disposal.
One of the most things to create here are the enemies with whom the matches will take place. To create enemies, you will have to go to Enemy Generator. You can always have variety of enemies or only one type of enemies.
In case, you are having a battle between two teams, you can assign them color code.
Since you don’t have to score any goals in this type of game, the scorecard you will build should have points system something like defeating an enemy, being defeated by an enemy, taking a hit, etc.
Connect this scoreboard to your victory tracker and you will be good to go.