Disney Summer Sale 2014 Brings 6 Games For Free

Disney Summer Sale 2014 is here, which is to say, some of the best games on the Windows platform are now available for free. Start your download engines and grab them quick.

For the promotion only lasts a couple of weeks.

One of the leading developers on the Windows platform, Disney offers a whole bunch of high quality games, both for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8. Six of these titles are now available free of charge, as part of the Disney Summer Free Sale.

Microsoft announced the good news a few days back:

“With the Disney Summer Free Sale, six games are yours for free, so long as you download them within the next two weeks.”

This isn’t the first time Microsoft and Disney have joined hands to offer games for free, and the titles available this time around are Disney Solitaire, Disney Checkout Challenge, Lost Light, Jelly Car 3, Toy Story: Smash It! and Where’s My Water? Featuring XYY.

Perfect opportunity for you to try out some of these games, all of which retail for varying amounts of coins. Out of these, Disney Solitaire and Lost Light are particularly worth a look, but then again, all six are, at these inviting a price of free.

All games support Windows 8.1 and Windows RT 8.1, and are completely optimized for touch.

Just click these links to download Disney Solitaire, Disney Checkout Challenge, Jelly Car 3, Lost Light, Toy Story: Smash It! and Where’s My Water? Featuring XYY on the Windows Store.

The Windows Phone Store lists this app collection here.

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  • Abe Lincoln

    Awesome deal. All of these games are bargains for free. Smash It, in particular, is loads of fun and easily worth $3 for an app. My only complaint was that I ran out of levels!

  • Mario29

    Love this move by Disney. One game for free is something else, but 6 games for free? That’s just an incredible offer.

    • DK

      I agree Mario. Disney gets a lot of crap for being a big corporation just trying to make a buck, but they do still care about the consumer in a lot of instances, and this is certainly one of them. Love this move.