Toys provided by Ubisoft for our Starlink Battle for Atlas Switch Star Fox unboxing gameplay.
The PJ Masks are left at the station, but Fox is at hand to unbox the Starlink toys and video game on Switch, Xbox One, PS4. We also get our hands on the weapons and character packs for Starlink.
STARLINK PILOT PACK ELI
STARLINK PILOT PACK KHARL
STARLINK PILOT PACK LEVI
STARLINK PILOT PACK RAZOR
STARLINK STARSHIP PACK NEPTUNE
STARLINK STARSHIP PACK PULSE
STARLINK STARTER PACK PS4
STARLINK STARTER PACK SWITCH
STARLINK STARTER PACK X1
STARLINK WEAPON PACK CRUSHER + SHREDDER
STARLINK WEAPON PACK HAIL STORM + METEOR
STARLINK WEAPON PACK IRON FIST + FREEZE RAY
STARLINK WEAPON PACK SHOCKWAVE + GAUSS
BUILD & PLAY
Connect your modular toys and see them come to life in real time in the game thanks to the Starlink technology. Choose your pilot, select any ship and combine any weapons to play your style!
Video supported by Ubisoft including access to the game and the toys.
Ubisoft supported our video to interview Astronaut Col. Chris Hadfield. We set aside the PJ Masks for a while and spend some time with the new Starlink Battle for Atlas toys-to-life game.
We look at new Switch Star Fox multi-player footage from Starlink, along with appearances from Slippy, Falco and Peppy Hare. We also play the game on Xbox from the start.
Col. Chris Hadfield gave his assessment of the game and analysed each of the ships: Nadir, Neptune, Lance, Zenith.
“As astronauts we live in video-games because simulators allow us to get ready for being on a space ship.”
“A game like Starlink becomes compelling so you can actually imagine yourself doing these things… The whole purpose of these toys, really, is to open the imagination.”
“If it’s just a toy on a shelf that’s one thing but if you can reconfigure it to your own liking, suddenly you’re not just an observer. You’re part of what’s happening.”
“Interacting with a game is like someone kicking a door open that you never thought you could walk through. To allow a young person to imagine a world that doesn’t exist yet and see themselves as part of that change. That, to me, is important.”
The Starlink game will be out on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.
In this PJ Masks Episodes the PJ Masks Toys find a new Appisode game on the Disney Junior app. The PJ Masks game is so popular that Night Ninja, Romeo, Luna Girl, Robot, Wolfies, Rip, Howler and Kevin all want to play as well.
They arrive on the special PJ Masks Train and arrange a big screen to play the game on. Owlette uses her computer to play the iPad Appisodes game.
Parents can download the Disney Junior Appisodes game here:
iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/disney-junior-appisodes/id599083564?mt=8
Android Phone, Android Tablet: https://play.google.com/store/apps/collection/promotion_familysafe_3001f8c_disney_appisodes?hl=en_GB
Get Kano: https://getkano.co/2wYZdFW
Kano sent us this new Kano Computer Kit Touch. It meant that in our Ollie could make a computer from scratch to watch PJ Masks, play games and even hack Minecraft and all our other favourite Disney Junior stuff.
We really enjoyed making this PJ Masks episode about making a computer of your own. You can then program your own games and learn how it all works.
The kit provides all the simple instructions to build as well as programming. Kano supported this video including early access to the Kano Computer Kit Touch.
Just Play sent us some PJ Masks toys for our Disney Junior PJ Masks Episodes, but the PJ Masks Dad got tricked by Romeo and stole the Super Moon PJ Masks toys and games.
This PJ Masks episodes was with the Star Kidz family. A UK family who create fun kids videos starring our two boys Dexter and Ethan!
You can check out all their videos here (https://www.youtube.com/StarKidzTV) and we’ll have more PJ Masks and Toys episodes soon from them too.
Where are the Wolfies when you need them? Catboy and Gekko get toys back from dad with Star Wars Lightsaber fight. PJ Masks dad has a Nerf gun, but that’s no competition for Cat Boy’s speed and Gekko’s invisibility.
This video uses many sounds from freesound.org a collaborative database of Creative Commons Licensed audio.