Disney Brings Planes: Fire & Rescue to Nintendo Platforms

Disney Planes: Fire & Rescue
Disney Planes: Fire & Rescue

Planes: Fire & Rescue will extend the storyline of the film, taking fun to the skies with action-packed fire-fighting. Players can embark on adventures with all their favorite characters from the movie.

Video game publisher Little Orbit announced today it is working with Disney Interactive to bring Planes: Fire & Rescue, based on Disney feature film of the same name, to North America, Europe and Australasia on Nintendo Wii, Nintendo 3DS and DS this fall.

The collaboration also includes the launch of a Violetta video game based on the tween telenovela, Violetta, from Disney Channel.

The musical rhythm game will launch across European territories and in South America for Nintendo Wii, Nintendo 3DS and DS this summer.

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“Teaming up with Disney Interactive to expand the worlds of Planes: Fire & Rescue and Violetta on video game platforms is a great honor for us,” said Matt Scott, CEO of Little Orbit. “We know fans are going to love seeing their favorite characters come to life in these fun-filled adventures.”

Violetta will take players on an all-star experience as they experiment with music and rhythm and to become a star performer. Players will collect points to unlock costumes, art and more to customize their musical experience.

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The games arising from this collaboration will be distributed in EMEA and Australasian territories by leading video game publisher and developer, Bandai Namco Games Europe S.A.S.

Disney Interactive is part of The Walt Disney Company responsible for the global creation and delivery of interactive entertainment, multi-platform video games, and family-focused content across all current and emerging digital media platforms.

Directed by Bobs Gannaway (“Secret of the Wings”), “Planes: Fire & Rescue” hits theaters in 3D on July 18, 2014.

Little Orbit is a worldwide video game publisher formed in January 2010 with a focus on licensed-based entertainment products.

Photo courtesy: Disney

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