Line’s Upcoming Expansion Launch For It’s Disney Tsum Tsum Game.


Line’s Upcoming Expansion Launch For It’s Disney Tsum Tsum Game.

In a similar fashion to that of other messenger application, Line is servicing as a platform for free-to-play games with a nonchalance grace to it. An up coming title has been marked down to be out in Southeast Asia is a Japanese puzzle game named Disney Tsum Tsum. Which has been said to be coming out soon, after its done undergoing some slight changes.

Tsum Tsum.

Developed around the idea of stackable Tsum Tsum toys, players will have to connect and clear off as many Disney Tsum Tsum characters as they possible can under one minute. The more of them that are cleared, the higher the score. Players can collect a multitude of Tsums from various Disney and Pixer properties like Mickey Mouse and Buzz Lightyear. Collected characters can level up, with each of them being able to benefit players in game if they are powered up enough. Like all games for the platform, logging onto it with ones Line accounts will open a mess of social features such as gifting and leaderboards.


The game has been decidedly been translated into English as well, although it originally released In Japan, garnering over more than 14 million downloads, and has held a the first place in the free app spot.

“Disney Tsum Tsum has quickly become a phenomenon in Japan,” said Walt Disney Japan’s President Paul Candland, “and we are very excited about the Japan-originated franchise now going global.”

“The game is both a physical product and a digital game, allowing our guests to enjoy a multi-dimensional experience. We are hopeful that the Disney Tsum Tsum franchise will be loved and enjoyed by our guests around the world,” he noted.

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