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Disney Planes

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From above the world of “Cars”, Disney’s Planes takes players on a high-flying, action-packed animated comedy adventure with Dusty Crophopper, a big-hearted, speed-loving crop duster, voiced by actor and comedian Dane Cook. Take to the skies with Dusty and friends as they embark on global missions and grand adventures around the world.
-10 characters from the film with pick-up-and-play flight controls
-10 environments inspired by the film
-4 modes of play: Air Rallies, Story, Free Flight and Balloon Popping fun -1-2 players

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Behaviour Interactive
Disney Interactive
Age rating
0+ Everyone

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Microsoft Windows XP SP3/Windows 7
  • Processor: 3.0 GHz Intel Pentium® 4 class or AMD AthlonTM 64 3500+ or equivalent processor
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 256 MB DirectX® 9.0c-compatible (NVIDIA® GeForce 6600 or better, ATI Radeon™ X800 or better
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 3 GB available space
  • Sound Card: 16-bit DirectX® 9.0c-compatible sound card
  • Additional Notes: Onboard (built-in) integrated chipsets are not supported

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Last Modified: Jan 8, 2024

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Disney Planes reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
A nice little airplane game with little funny challenges yet I find it too bad that there are no steam successes while the successes are present in the game... Graphically it is not to hit the arse on the floor but it remains very correct.
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Microsoft from Russian
Oh good, only optimization is not very (picture sometimes floats but not critical)... I do not understand that the people do not like-cute cute colorful joystick supports human learning interesting job jokes Humor Coop All there is something else I do not know (apparently it is something personal as with Yudisoftom who many despise)... I like it... For the cub most times
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Microsoft from French
It is possible to play with controllers but it is impossible to change the buttons. It's a pity because there is a bug that prevents to do different maneuvers when learning to start that requires to resume the keyboard. With the shifters, you can't loop or twist on the side. As if the right pad was misconfigured! That's too bad. It's a kid's game that prefers the shifters. So they don't want to play... If there's an update, keep me posted! Thank you
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Disney Planes is one of the few Aircraft games suitable for Children. It's not too complicated, so it can play my youngest son (5), who is an absolute Aircraft fan, without Any problems. And this he would do for days if I let him do it. There Are different Game Modes from a Story Mode to Race, to Balloon Bursts and ultimately Puzzle piece collecting. The Difficulty of each Mode is slightly different, so my Son only started with the simpler Modis and later played the slightly more difficult modes. Theamtically, everything is completely non-violent and therefore unrestricted for small Children. The Game can be controlled very well via an XBOX or Logitech controller. I can't complain about anything here and I also liked to have a few Laps with my Son. It is not a Flight Simulator for Adults, but a Breeze. Accordingly, the Control is easy to learn and the Flight behavior on an eives child-friendly Difficulty level. My eldest Son (8) also likes to play this Game with his Brother, either alternately or in a Split-screen with two Controllers. The Graphics may not be located at one of the top Levels, but are very nicely done and not too cluttered for Children. The Steam version doesn't torment you with a DVD query, so I bought the Game here again, even though I already own it on DVD. Conclusion: Varied, Long-term Motivating and visually appealing Children's play from the Disney Planes World. Suitable for small aircraft and Planes fans.
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