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What is Toy Box Mode in Disney•Pixar Toy Story 3?

posted on 2018/05/01


Once the orphans have been rescued and Evil Dr. Porkchop defeated in the Train Rescue: Loco Motives level of Disney•Pixar Toy Story 3, the game will go directly to the Toy Box (Woody's Roundup)
 
Toy Box Mode is an open world where you can choose whatever activity you wish to do in any order you wish to do them in.
 
Missions
You’ll find several kinds of missions throughout the world.  Once a mission is complete, you’ll earn various rewards including gold, and new customizations.

New Toys
As you complete missions, you can buy other new toys.  These toys introduce new ways to have fun by adding different ways to play.

Customization
There are many different ways to customize the way you play in Toy Box Mode, including buildings and townspeople.
  • Wii:
    A Building Pack Prize Capsule or an Outfit Prize Capsule must first be collected before town buildings and townspeople can be customized (Prize Capsules can usually be found during the course of a mission or around town).

    To customize the town buildings to a particular theme, point the blue and yellow cursor at one of the buildings with the Wii Remote. When the cursor turns into a paint brush, press the B Button. Using the D-pad on the Wii Remote, scroll left or right to the desired theme pack and press the A Button to customize the town to that theme.

    To dress the townspeople in a particular outfit, point the blue and yellow cursor at any one of the townspeople with the Wii Remote. When the cursor turns into a t-shirt, press the B Button. Using the D-pad on the Wii Remote, scroll left or right to the desired outfit and press the A Button to dress the townspeople in that theme.

     
  • PC & Mac:
    A Building Pack Prize Capsule or an Outfit Prize Capsule must first be collected before town buildings and townspeople can be customized (Prize Capsules can usually be found during the course of a mission or around town).

    To customize the town buildings to a particular theme, approach one of the buildings and press the Z key. Using the cursor keys, scroll left or right to navigate to the desired theme pack. Point to the theme and press the Left Mouse button to select and customize the town to that theme.

    To dress the townspeople in a particular outfit, get close to one of the townspeople and press the Z key. Using the cursor keys, scroll left or right to navigate to the desired outfit. Point to the outfit and press the Left Mouse button to select and dress the townspeople in that theme.

    For instructions on how to right-click on a Mac, visit
    https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT207700.

     
  • PLAYSTATION 3
    To customize the town buildings, press left or right on the Directional Buttons to equip the Tool Box. Yellow columns will appear in front of customizable buildings. Walk into the yellow column in front of the building to be customized and press the SQUARE Button. Use the Directional Buttons to scroll between customization options such as walls, doors and windows. Press the X Button to select the building feature to customize. After the building has been suitably customized, press the CIRCLE Button to exit. A building can also be customized by approaching the building's entrance and press the SQUARE Button. Additional customization options can be purchased in the Al's Toy Barn kiosk or found in Prize Capsules around town.

    To customize a townsperson, get close to one of them and press the SQUARE Button to pick them up. Run over to the Hat Shop, Tailor Shop or Barber Shop and press the R2 Button to throw them into the shop. Using the Directional Buttons, scroll up or down to choose between Hats, Barber and Tailor categories (Barber and Tailor categories will become available after purchasing the Barber and Tailor Shops). Scroll left or right between options in each of the categories. Once the townsperson's look is complete, press the X Button to select. Additional customization options can be found in Prize Capsules around town.

     
  • Xbox 360
    To customize the town buildings, press left or right on the D-Pad to equip the Tool Box. Yellow columns will appear in front of customizable buildings. Walk into the yellow column in front of the building to be customized and press the X Button. Use the D-Pad to scroll between customization options such as walls, doors and windows. Press the A Button to select the building feature to customize. After the building has been suitably customized, press the B Button to exit. A building can also be customized by approaching the building's entrance and press the X Button. Additional customization options can be purchased in the Al's Toy Barn kiosk or found in Prize Capsules around town.

    To customize a townsperson, get close to one of them and press the X Button to pick them up. Run over to the Hat Shop, Tailor Shop or Barber Shop and press the Right Trigger to throw them into the shop. Using the D-Pad, scroll up or down to choose between Hats, Barber and Tailor categories (Barber and Tailor categories will become available after purchasing the Barber and Tailor Shops). Scroll left or right between options in each of the categories. Once the townsperson's look is complete, press the A Button to select. Additional customization options can be found in Prize Capsules around town.
 
To leave Toy Box Mode and return to the Story, simply pause the game and select Exit to Game Board. On the Game Board, select the next level to continue Story Mode (indicated by the glowing space on the Game Board path).  You can return to the Toy Box at any time from the Game Board.

Multiplayer Mode

Disney•Pixar Toy Story 3 for PLAYSTATION®3 and Xbox 360™ both support 2-player split screen play in Toy Box Mode. While the other platforms support multiplayer in Story Mode, multiplayer in Toy Box Mode is not supported.

 

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