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Disney Twisted Wonderland lets you get to know Disney-inspired villains in an anime-esque style, out now in select regions

Disney Twisted Wonderland lets you get to know Disney-inspired villains in an anime-esque style, out now in select regions

In case you missed it, Disney Twisted Wonderland from Aniplex Inc. has launched in the U.S. and Canada, letting players discover Disney villains in an entirely new way. Now available on both iOS and Android devices, the adventure JRPG features Disney-themed adventures and turn-based battles in a revamped anime style on mobile. We already have a Disney Twisted Wonderland tier list and a reroll guide that you can use.

In Disney Twisted Wonderland, players can expect to go on a journey through the first two main storybooks available at launch. “Main Story Book 1: The Rose-Red Tyrant” features fan-favourite icons from Disney’s Alice in Wonderland but twisted via the game's unique flair. “Main Story Book 2: The Usurper from the Wilds”, on the other hand, explores more about the students of the Savanaclaw Dorm as twisted from Disney’s The Lion King. 

During the launch, tons of celebratory rewards are up for grabs, which include a guaranteed Super Super Rare card summon and limited-time store deals. The special Launch Celebration Campaign also includes a daily log-in bonus, which will give away a maximum of 150 Gems plus 12 Bottle of Starshards. Awesome pre-registration campaign rewards are also ripe for the taking to make each player's stay at the Night Raven College as exciting as can be.

The game also boasts the visual narrative style of popular anime and manga artist Yana Toboso of Black Butler fame. If you're eager to give the game a go, you can download Disney Twisted-Wonderland on the iOS App Store or on the Google Play Store for Android devices. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases. You can also visit the official website to stay updated on all the latest developments.

Are you on the lookout for more anime-inspired role-playing titles you can obsess over on your mobile device? Why not take a gander at our list of the top 25 best Android JRPGs for phones and tablets?