The announcement was made via a fullscreen in-app message yesterday which alerted players to the change. Disney Magic Kingdoms already ceased support for pre-Windows 10 Mobile Windows phones in June of last year.
The mobile game is a Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app so it’s also playable on Windows 10 devices such as traditional computers and Microsoft’s line of Surface products. Players, if they haven’t already, can simply link their Microsoft account to the game to sync it to their Windows 10 device. A Facebook account can also be used to initiate the process.
Disney Magic Kingdoms has been around for several years now on Windows 10, iOS, and Android devices. It’s a free-to-play title that tasks the player with building a Disney theme park while completing tasks and unlocking Disney and Pixar characters. The game recently added Star Wars content as part of a promotion for Galaxy’s Edge and The Rise of Skywalker.
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