Disney Hotshots Toy Story 2: Cone Chaos / Toy Shelf Showdown

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Woody has been abducted by toy collector Al McWhiggin and his Toy Story buddies are off to save him. In Toy Story 2-- part of the Disney Hotshots series-- the toys are camouflaged as traffic cones and you need to guide them across the road to discover their abducted pal.

Utilizing the arrow keys on your keyboard you can rapidly move the cones to the left and right as they make their method across the hectic road. The fate of the similarity Mr Potato Head, Slinky Pet dog and Rex are literally in your hands as big lorries, racing fire truck and vehicles hurtle towards you.

As the Cone Chaos video game gets progressively harder, the traffic accelerate. If it gets too tense, you can constantly hide at a manhole. Overall this is a quick-paced video game which is simple to discover and entertaining to play.

In the second video game in this title, Toy Shelf Showdown, you help Buzz take on and defeat the wicked Emperor Zurg. The job is to assemble a space rocket while preventing hostile robotics and great deals of bouncing balls. This is an action-packed video game with great deals of various twists and turns. Buzz can stun the robotics with lasers and if you run out of shots, you need to discover a battery for recharging.

Both animated video games are presented by Buzz and Woody and there ready clear instructions with the title on how to play and where to get help. This is your opportunity, as Buzz states, to go to "interactivity and beyond."--Justin Hunt

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