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Disney Interactive Media Group wants you to come help playtest the Company's next video games

Disney Interactive Media Group wants you to come help playtest the Company's next video games

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Did you love Epic Mickey, Guilty Party or Disney Sing It? Would you like a chance to play some of Disney Interactive's games early, before they're released to the general public? Would you like to help keep Disney Interactive's games bug-free and fun to play?

There's a little-known way to do so, if you fit the testing parameters. Simply go to disneyplaytesting.com and fill in your information (If you're ages 3-17, your pet grown-up has to do it for you).


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They're looking for game testers in the following cities:

  • Glendale, California
  • Mountain View, California
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Austin, Texas
  • Salt Lake City, Utah


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The form is pretty straightforward: How old are you, does anyone work for Disney, how many hours a day do you play,  how many games do you buy, do you like casual games like Farmville, games like the Mario games, or games like Fallout? Do you have an Android, XBox360, XBox360 with Kinect, and so on.

You'll probably have to sign a non-disclosure agreement, and will most likely get to try out the games onsite. However, sometimes you'll go home with a shiny new Disney Interactive game tucked into your Disney Interactive tote bag with your Disney Interactive T-shirt - you never know! Grownups can opt for a gift card in lieu of "schwag".


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They're not just looking for The Pros from Dover, either - they need people of all abilities and all interests. So all you nice people sending me energy cans from the Facebook Disney's Animal Kingdom Game might want to give this a look as well as master ink-and-thinner shooters. Who better to help mold the Disney Interactive games of the future than actual Disney fans?

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