Endless opportunities for creativity and customisation allow the imagination to run wild in Disney Magical World. With more than 1,000 items, players can hone their design skills to create hundreds of personalised Disney-themed outfits, accessories and furniture. Aspiring restaurateurs can design a café and as they foster its success through careful management, players can earn valuable in-game coins and even pique the interest of their favourite Disney characters to stop by for a meal.
For players looking for a dose of adventure, Disney Magical World features many exciting quests and unique collectibles. By collecting and using magic wands with different skill sets, players can battle through ghost-filled forests and dungeons and can also help various Disney characters retrieve missing hard-to-find items.
With Disney Magical World players can connect with friends, showcasing their creativity to one another via Local Play. They can check out the towns and cafés of friends and even exchange cherished items.
Adding to the adventure, a full world based on Pirates of the Caribbean can be purchased as add-on content from November 2014, where there will be new quests and characters, including Captain Jack Sparrow.
Meanwhile from launch, look out for a number of unique free items, including new costumes, recipes and café items, available via Nintendo Zone hotspots across Europe. Players will also be able to take advantage of the Augmented Reality capabilities of the Nintendo 3DS and 2DS systems, with the distribution of Disney Magical World-specific AR cards
Instructions on redeeming a software download code in Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch.
An internet connection and Nintendo Account are required to access Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch.
For assistance with redeeming a code for a Nintendo Switch Online membership, click here.
Complete These Steps:
Select “Nintendo eShop” on the HOME Menu to launch Nintendo eShop.
Select the account you want to use.
Select “Redeem Code” on the left side of the screen.
Enter the 16-character download code.
Some retailer cards for Nintendo Switch software will include both a Control Number and a Download Code. Make sure that you are entering the Download Code (usually begins with a B, no hyphens in the number) and not the Control Number (usually begins with an S, has hyphens).
Any letters and symbols not used with prepaid codes (i.e. O, I, Z, commas, hyphens, etc.) will be disabled from the on-screen keyboard.
Select “Confirm”. The software will begin downloading once the code is confirmed.
The software icon will appear on the HOME Menu, with a download status bar. The status bar will disappear once the game download is complete.