Free Epic Mickey app now available for iDevices

Disney Publishing has released its Disney Epic Mickey App for iDevices today; it’s available now on the App store. 

The application features access to the Epic Mickey digital comic, entitled “Tales of the Wasteland.” The first part, “Clocktower Cleaners,” is available as a free download; five more comics can be purchased in a bundle for $2.99. The comic books will offer readers insight into the world of the Wasteland, which appears in the upcoming game, as well as a look at some of the title’s characters. 

Also bundled into the app is a map of the Wasteland, along with character bios, and more. The application will be updated later this fall with even more content, which Disney says will include a graphic novel and six motion comics. 

I downloaded the app on my iPad, and it’s a pretty slick piece of software, although an obvious advertisement for the Wii exclusive. Still, fans looking forward to the upcoming game will definitely get a kick out of it. Plus, it’s free, and you can’t complain about that. 

Disney Publishing has released its Disney Epic Mickey App for iDevices today; it’s available now on the App store. 

The application features access to the Epic Mickey digital comic, entitled “Tales of the Wasteland.” The first part, “Clocktower Cleaners,” is available as a free download; five more comics can be purchased in a bundle for $2.99. The comic books will offer readers insight into the world of the Wasteland, which appears in the upcoming game, as well as a look at some of the title’s characters. 

Also bundled into the app is a map of the Wasteland, along with character bios, and more. The application will be updated later this fall with even more content, which Disney says will include a graphic novel and six motion comics. 

I downloaded the app on my iPad, and it’s a pretty slick piece of software, although an obvious advertisement for the Wii exclusive. Still, fans looking forward to the upcoming game will definitely get a kick out of it. Plus, it’s free, and you can’t complain about that. 

Nick Chester