Our second look at the Introduction to the Toy Box in Disney Infinity 2.0 focuses on the new INteriors feature, allowing creators to build and customise the inside of buildings. INteriors gives creators the ability to add up to twenty rooms to a building in a variety of styles. Rooms are connected by doorways and snap easily together. Inside each room there’s a whole selection of Toy Box elements that you can use to personalise them. Themes can be applied to the walls and floor, paintings can be hung on the wall and various floor based furniture can be placed wherever your feng shui demands.
The Introduction to the Toy Box guides you through all elements of this customisation process, giving you tasks to complete in order to familiarise you with the controls. Once you’ve completed each task, you’re free to modify things to your hearts content, inviting a whole host of Disney characters to join you for a house party to celebrate. It’s new features like these that expand the Toy Box in Disney Infinity beyond the original limitations of 1.0 to allow creators to build even more realistic creations.