New DuckTales Gameplay Comes To DisneyNOW Tomorrow



If you've been missing DuckTales on TV while it's on its mid-season break, you may be interested to know that there's some new content on the way via the DisneyNOW app. Tomorrow sees the launch of new DuckTales gameplay and activities, starting with, appropriately enough, five Easter Eggs comprising of surprise animations of the series characters. In a special adventure, Huey, Dewey, Louie, Webby, Scrooge McDuck and Donald have travelled to uncharted territory within the DisneyNOW app and it's up to you to solve the mystery and recover the "Eggs". 

There's more to follow this summer when DisneyNOW updates several of its DuckTales games, adding new gameplay and regions. DuckTales: Duckburg Quest, for instance, receives three new areas:

Scrooge's Money Bin
Help Gyro Gearloose keep an army of Lil' Bulbs from taking over Duckburg!

Waddle
Do you dare to enter Mark Beak’s WADDLE and face a technological menace threatening the company?

Castle McDuck
Embark on an adventure in Castle McDuck out in Scotland, where the Beagle Boys are out to steal a secret Scrooge-family treasure.

The rollout of these new DuckTales adventures starts tomorrow and continues throughout the summer on the DuckTales-themed DisneyNOW app, available to download now via the Apple App Store, Google Play and Amazon. Click here to find out more.

The TV show, starring David Tennant, Danny Pudi, Ben Schwartz, Bobby Moynihan and Kate Micucci, will return to Disney and Disney XD round the world with new episodes later this year. 



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