Disney finally joins Steam

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Mickey Freakin' Mouse

Steam is essentially the godfather of digital games distribution. It’s massive, bursting at the seams with money and just about everybody wants to copy the platform. It’s also home to just about all of the major publishers, with any game that you can think of being available. And now, Disney has finally joined the family, making Steam the happiest place on Earth.

Granted, most of the games aren’t your usual fare of blood, guts and profanity that you’re used to, but rather child-friendly stuff. Here’s the full list of 21 games that Disney just dropped on Steam:

  • Disney Alice in Wonderland
  • Disney’s Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree Animated Storybook
  • Disney-Pixar Cars 2: The Video Game
  • Disney-Pixar Cars Toon: Mater’s Tall Tales
  • The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
  • Disney Planes
  • Disney Princess: My Fairytale Adventure
  • Disney Fairies: Tinker Bell’s Adventure
  • Disney Tangled
  • Disney Universe
  • Disney-Pixar Brave: The Video Game
  • Disney G-Force1112
  • Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End
  • Disney The Princess and The Frog
  • Disney-Pixar Toy Story Mania!
  • Tron Evolution
  • Toy Story 3: The Video Game
  • Epic Mickey 2: The Power Of Two
  • LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game
  • Split/Second
  • Pure

Believe it or not, there’s a few good ones here. Split/Second helped bookend 2011 with Blur as a very good year for underappreciated racing games for me, while Toy Story 3 was a damn good tie-in game that set the foundation for Disney Infinity. Hell, even the polarising Epic Mickey 2 is worth a look, for some of the gorgeous visuals on display.

There’s some good games here if you’re a family person.  And yes, Geoff would love it if you left Disney Princess: My Fairytale Adventure as a gift inside of his Steam account.

Last Updated: October 7, 2014

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