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Disney Star Smash (Japanese: スタースマッシュ; Star Smash) was a Japan-only video game released on November 16, 2020 on mobile devices. It was presented in the style of a fighting game set in various levels inspired by various Disney and Pixar franchises.

The game permanently shut down on December 7, 2021, one year after the game's release[1].


Star Smash was presented in the style of a fighting game set in various levels inspired by various Disney and Pixar franchises. The game is presented in the style of a "Star Ball" game, where the player assumes the role of a group of protagonists known as the Red Braves (consisting of Yuu, Shin, Kohya, and Kei) and are equipped with their own cards who must fight enemies in Disney and Pixar-inspired levels. The main gameplay shows the player launching projectiles by tapping with good timing to defeat waves of enemies that appear on screen where players must defeat the enemies before they get a chance to attack as indicated via timer. After the player's turn, the remaining enemies then attack the player, causing damage to their health meter. The effects caused by special attacks via cards used to fight off hordes of enemies depend on which enemies the players are fighting against - whether weak, strong, or ineffective, which the player must select their own cards wisely to know which enemies appear onscreen providing advantages or disadvantages against enemies of a certain element, giving the player an advice on what to do whenever they face tougher enemies in battle.

Additionally throughout battles, the player must pay attention to the health meter located at the bottom of the screen where health is depleted when enemies attack the player and the round ends if the health meter is completely depleted depending on the player's stamina level which could be upgraded as well as the cards which can help player complete tougher levels.


  • Yuu - Yoshitsugu Matsuoka
  • Shin - Ayumu Murase
  • Kohya - Katsuyuki Konishi
  • Kei - Nao Toyama


Throughout the game, there were several cards depicting illustrations of Disney and Pixar characters the player could collect along the way to help players defeat waves of enemies in levels - especially when it comes to boss battles or levels with increased difficulties. Several of the cards depict artwork illustrations of Disney and Pixar characters - mostly drawn in anime style design while others are illustrated in their standard designs.

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101 Dalmatians


Alice in Wonderland


Beauty and the Beast

Big Hero 6







The Incredibles

Lilo & Stitch

The Lion King

The Little Mermaid

Mickey Mouse and Friends


Monsters, Inc.



Peter Pan


Pirates of the Caribbean

The Princess and the Frog


Sleeping Beauty

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs


Toy Story


Winnie the Pooh

Wreck-It Ralph



  • Disney Star Smash was co-produced by Tatsunoko Productions, the studio behind Speed Racer and Battle of the Planets (Science Ninja Team Gatchaman).



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