Bandai Namco released Disney Magic Castle: My Happy Life in Japan back in 2013. Last year, Nintendo brought the game over to North America and Europe as Disney Magical World.

Now we’re hearing that a sequel is in development. This week’s Famitsu reveals the existence of Disney Magic Castle: My Happy Life 2 (which should be Disney Magical World 2 if/when it comes over), and it’s heading to 3DS.

Bandai Namco will be sharing more details at an event scheduled for July 6. Some parts of this will be broadcasted on the Bandai Channel. It’s not live yet, but the official website will be located here.

Disney Magical World 2, the follow up to the popular franchise, lets players enjoy a variety of new adventures in six Disney-themed worlds, such as exploring the world of Disney Frozen, dancing with Disney princesses or soaring through special Magical Dream events. Players will encounter and interact with well-known characters like Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Ariel, Donald Duck and Daisy Duck. The game launches Oct. 14.

A release date and price for Disney Magical World 2 coming on October 14, 2016.

Artbox / TitleEdit


Disney Magical World 2, similar to it's presecessor, is a life simulation video game. Players will get to customize their own avatar, design their own cafe, interact with several Disney Characters, complete several quests, collect items, create clothes and decor for their avatar and cafe, go fishing, and visit Disney themed worlds. The new game is also set to debut brand new settings and worlds such as Frozen and The Little Mermaid. Some familar worlds such as Alice in Wonderland and Winnie the Pooh will return with new designs and features. 

Cafe and Dance ShowEdit

Once again, your character will manage a cafe in which you may choose the decor, food, and uniforms for the staff. There are new recipies and furnature avalaible for you to creat the cafe to your liking. A new feature is that your cafe comes with a stage and dancers. If you achieve a silver ranked party (which is party concisting of at least 6 themed items) then you may have a chance to perform a dance with the visitors to the cafe. The Dance Show allows you to switch cameras and take pictures of your favorite characters dancing with you on stage.

Dream FantasyEdit

Dream Fantasy is another new feature unlocked via puzzle peices. You must collect a selection of puzzle peices and frames.The peices are collected by posing infront of marked Disney Characters (similar to the cards from the first game.) The frames are collected by hosting themed parties and taking pictures of the guests. However there are 2 puzzles per theme and to collect the second frame, you must host a gold ranked party at a cafe, which requires 12 theme points.

A Dream Fantasy is activated by then returning to your house and falling asleep on your bed. Dream Fantasy's allow you to aquire large amounts of Like points and take several pictures in a beautiful neon filled world.

Ghost LevelsEdit

Ghost Levels once again return. This time there is the Dungeon in Castleton, the jungle in Hawaii, the sea in Atlantica, the mountain in Arandelle, and the hedge maze in Wonderland. Per the previous game, you use a special wand in the world to defeat the ghosts to help the world residents. Instead of an open level like the previous game, the level is split into marked sections. 

Changes from Disney Magical WorldEdit

Ghost LevelsEdit

  • Before entering each world, you are given a list of potential items you can aquire in the world where in the previous game you were not told what items you could get. Also items that are in your material log are marked with Red, Yellow, and Green tabs (except for any possible fishing items). The markings are as follows:
    • Red: You need this item
    • Yellow: You have the item but not much quantity of it
    • Green: You have the item and a good quantity of it
  • Each level is now split into seperate sections instead of an open stage
  • To earn red crystals, you must complete a challenge objective or destory all enemies in the section where in the previous game the crystals were scattered randomly
  • Challenges are issued in some sections where you can earn multiple red crystals where challenges never exsisted in the previous game


  • The manager is now different (the previous manager makes a cameo as the surf shop owner in Hawaii)
  • Dancers and the stage are added.
  • You can customize the center dancer to your liking.
  • The theme points are different. Instead theme points are set via the specific item where in the previous games it was based on combinations (such as matching tables and chairs give you 1 theme point where in this game the two are counted seperatly and give you 2 theme points)
  • Dance Shows can be held at parties 
  • You no longer live above the cafe and instead live at your own house. The Cafe is also noticibly larger.


  • Minnie Mouse now runs a shop where the player may change thier appearance.
  • Minnie Mouse also sells sparkles now instead of Miss Teri
  • The Three Little Pigs now run thier own shop that can change the appearance of your house. The options will depend on which pig is operating the booth.
  • Miss Teri has added a chance to purchase puzzle peices using gems from the mines
  • Miss Teri also sells bonus recipies, including outfit recipies, decor recipies, and food recipies. 
  • There is a little vendor which sells an random accessory 
  • Clarise also owns a little shop inside of Daisy's Boutique where, using jewels from the mines, she can create alternate colors to your outfits. Unlike in the previous games where alternate versions of one outfit must be purchased individually from Daisy.

Disney WorldsEdit

Returning WorldsEdit

  • Castleton
  • Winnie the Pooh's World.
  • Alice in Wonderland's World.

New WorldsEdit

  • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs' World.
  • The Little Mermaid's World.
  • Lilo & Stitch's World.
  • Frozen's World.

Disney CharactersEdit


Mickey Mouse and FriendsEdit

  • Returning
    • Bret Iwan as Mickey Mouse
    • Russi Taylor as Minnie Mouse and Huey, Dewey and Louie
    • Tony Anselmo as Donald Duck
    • Tress MacNeille as Daisy Duck and Chip
    • Bill Farmer as Goofy and Pluto
    • Corey Burton as Dale
    • Alan Young as Scrooge McDuck
    • Jim Cummings as Pete
  • New
    • Russi Taylor as Clarice

Snow White and the Seven DwarfsEdit

  • Returning
    • Katie Von Till as Snow White
    • Bill Farmer as Doc
    • Maurice LaMarche as Grumpy
    • Kevin Michael Richardson as Happy
    • Stephen Stanton as Sleepy
    • Billy West as Bashful
    • Scott Menville as Sneezy
    • Dee Bradley Baker as Dopey
  • New
    • James Arnold Taylor as The Prince


  • Returning
    • Pinocchio
    • Geppetto


  • Returning
    • Master Yen Sid


  • Returning
    • Cinderella
    • Prince Charming
    • Fairy God Mother

Alice in WonderlandEdit

  • Returning
    • Alice
    • White Rabbit
    • Doorknob
    • Mad Hatter
    • March Hare
    • Cheshire Cat
    • The Black Clover Card
    • The Red Heart Card
  • New
    • The King of Hearts
    • The Queen of Hearts

Peter PanEdit

  • Returning
    • Peter Pan
    • Tinker Bell
    • Captain Hook
    • Mr. Smee

Sleeping BeautyEdit

  • Returning
    • Aurora
    • Prince Phillip

The AristocatsEdit

  • Returning
    • Marie

Winnie the PoohEdit

  • Returning
    • Jim Cummings as Winnie the Pooh and Tigger
    • Travis Oates as Piglet
    • Tom Kenny as Rabbit
    • Gregg Berger as Eeyore
    • Craig Ferguson as Owl
  • New
    • Tress MacNeille as Kanga
    • Wyatt Hall as Roo

Beauty and the BeastEdit

  • Returning
    • Belle
    • Beast
    • Lumiere
    • Cogsworth
    • Mrs. Potts
    • Chip Teacup


  • Returning
    • Aladdin
    • Jasmine
    • Genie
    • Abu
    • Magic Carpet

The Nightmare Before ChristmasEdit

  • Returning
    • Jack Skellington
    • Zero the Ghostdog
  • New
    • Sally


  • Returning
    • Hercules
    • Phil

Lilo & StitchEdit

  • Returning
    • Lilo
    • Stitch
  • New
    • Dr. Jumba Jookiba
    • Pleakley

Pirates of the CaribbeanEdit

  • Returning
    • Captain Jack Sparrow


Three Little PigsEdit

    • Practical Pig
    • Fiddler Pig
    • Fifer Pig

The Three CaballerosEdit

    • Jose Carioca
    • Panchito Pistoles

The Little MermaidEdit

    • Ariel
    • Flounder
    • Sebastian
    • King Triton


    • Rapunzel
    • Flynn Rider

Wreck-It RalphEdit

    • Wreck-It Ralph
    • Vanellope Von Schweetz


    • Kristen Bell as Anna
    • Idina Menzel as Elsa
    • Josh Gad as Olaf
    • Pabbie


  • Over 120 characters are present in the game.
    • Over 3,000 items are also be present in the title.
  • This game marks the debut of the Dream Fantasy and Dance Show features.
  • It's unknown weather or not Agrabah (Aladdin's world) or Castle of Dreams (Cinderella's world) and Port Royal (Pirates of the Caribbean) will return as DLCs.
  • Dwarf Woodlands, Atlantica, Hawaii Island, and Arendelle made their first appearance in this game.
  • The Dream Fantasy sequence seems to feature different Disney franchises. The ones confirmed are currently:
    • Mickey Mouse and Friends
    • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
    • Pinocchio
    • Fantasia
    • The Three Caballeros
    • Cinderella
    • Alice in Wonderland
    • Peter Pan
    • Sleeping Beauty
    • The Aristocats
    • Winnie the Pooh
    • The Little Mermaid
    • Beauty and The Beast
    • Aladdin
    • The Nightmare Before Christmas
    • Hercules
    • Lilo & Stitch
    • Pirates of the Caribbean
    • Tangled
    • Wreck-It Ralph
    • Frozen

Voice CastEdit

  • Bret Iwan as Mickey Mouse
  • Russi Taylor as Minnie Mouse and Clarice
  • Tony Anselmo as Donald Duck
  • Tress MacNellie as Daisy Duck and Chip
  • Bill Farmer as Goofy and Pluto
  • Corey Burton as Dale


Character ArtworkEdit


Disney CharactersEdit

  • Mickey Mouse and Friends
  • Three Little Pigs
  • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
  • Fantasia
  • Alice in Wonderland
  • Winnie the Pooh
  • The Little Mermaid
  • Lilo & Stitch
  • Frozen

Meet the Disney CharactersEdit

Promotional PicturesEdit