Disney unleashes new content for several mobile games, reveals “Where’s My Holiday?”

The holidays can be a stressful time, but Disney wants to help. They’ve just unveiled new content updates for several of their mobile games, as well as a forthcoming game called Where’s My Holiday? If you’ve been running around like crazy trying to get all your gift shopping done, this seems like the perfect opportunity to kick back, pour some eggnog, and play some video games.

First up is Avengers Initiative, which now boasts a whole new chapter of gameplay starring the one and only Captain America. The Captain (as we lovingly call him around these parts) is on a mission to track down the mole in S.H.I.E.L.D., as well as punch a whole lot of bad guys in the face. But Hulk fans still have plenty to be excited about, as this update also includes a new Mr. Fixit costume for the character, as well as several performance improvements.

Next there’s Where’s My Perry?, in which players can purchase 40 new levels featuring Dr. Doofenshmirtz for $0.99. Or, if your wallet’s looking a little empty post-gift shopping, there’s also a free 20-level update that introduces the Matter Rays gadget.

Players of Temple Run: Brave have been treated to a new character named King Fergus. Well, new to the game at least—he was the father of Merida in the movie. He’ll set you back 500,000 coins, which players can unlock either by playing the game or through in-app purchase. [Note: this is the only update that doesn’t appear to be live at the time of this posting. Expect it to go live sometime today!]

And, last but not least, there’s Wreck-It Ralph. The game has received a new racing mini-game called Turbo Time which, like the other mini-games, is inspired heavily by classic arcade titles.

If you’re saddened by the lack of festiveness in those updates, worry not! Disney also announced Where’s My Holiday?, a new game that puts Perry and Swampy together for the first time. The game will be available on December 20 for the low price of free.

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