THE GOOD DINOSAUR: DINO CROSSING hopper game coming to mobile devices

Disney Interactive just announced a new racing game based on the upcoming PIXAR film, THE GOOD DINOSAUR. THE GOOD DINOSAUR: DINO CROSSING mobile game is a hopper-style game trying to help ARLO and SPOT across scenes from the movie. Players will be able to test their skills in three different game modes: Arlo and Spot’s adventure in Journey Mode, Endless Mode or rack up berries in Berry Bonanza mode.

THE GOOD DINOSAUR: DINO CROSSING is now available for free on Apple App Store, Google Play Store and Amazon Appstore. THE GOOD DINOSAUR opens in theaters November 25.

Full announcement below…


The Good Dinosaur: Dino Crossing Races onto Mobile Devices

Players can now race in a world where dinosaurs rule with the The Good Dinosaur: Dino Crossing game for mobile devices, inspired by the new Disney•Pixar film, “The Good Dinosaur,” in theaters November 25th. Available on iOS and Android devices, The Good Dinosaur: Dino Crossing lets players join unlikely friends Arlo and Spot as they make their way across treacherous terrains.

In this endless hopper-style game, players will trek across the world as far as they can, while evading various obstacles like terrifying pterodactyls, raging rivers and more. For some extra help, players can utilize power-ups to slow down time, use shields against obstacles and more. As they progress through the game, they will unlock new characters to play with like Butch, Nash, Ramsey and other daring dinosaurs.

In the game, players will be able to test their skills in three different game modes: Arlo and Spot’s adventure in Journey Mode, Endless Mode or rack up berries in Berry Bonanza mode. For some added competition, players can connect the game with Facebook to share their top scores with friends and snapshots of their in-game adventures.

 The Good Dinosaur: Dino Crossing is now available for free on Apple App Store, Google Play Store and Amazon Appstore.

 

Author: Becca Blumenfeld Inigo

I've been on MouseInfo since 2005. I was a casual Disney fan until my visit to Disneyland on July 17, 2005. Since then, I've been hooked and haven't looked back!

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