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How to collect every hidden character in Disney Crossy Road

Posted by Glen Fox on April 12th, 2016

There are a ton of characters to unlock inDisney Crossy Road, and they're all based on your favourite Disney IPs funnily enough.

There's old favourites fromToy Story,The Lion King, andMickey Mouseas well as (relatively) new characters fromZootropolis,Big Hero 6, andTangled. Something here for everyone, basically.

You can unlock these characters either with a gacha mechanic (using credits earned while playing to unlock a random character) or by buying them outright as an IAP. It's pretty standard stuff.

However, you may not be aware that there are a bunch of hidden characters that you can only unlock if you fulfil a certain criteria.

What criteria?! You cry out. Well, calm down as that's what this guide's all about. Read on to find out how to unlock every single hidden character inDisney Crossy Road.

Unlock Review

iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
By Jennifer Allen on June 20th, 2012
Our rating: starstarstarblankstarblankstar :: DULL
A logic puzzle game all about rotating shapes.
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AT&T To Start Unlocking iPhones

Posted by Kevin Stout on April 10th, 2012

Shortly after 9to5Mac broke a story about an AT&T customer resorting to asking Tim Cook for help unlocking his iPhone, AT&T has decided to start unlocking iPhones for "qualifying customers."

The story from a couple weeks ago dealt with an AT&T customer who had been reassigned to Canada for work but wanted to continue using the iPhone 3GS he had already purchased from AT&T. AT&T refused to unlock the device so the customer sent a letter to Tim Cook as a last resort. Tim Cook took care of the problem and the man's iPhone was unlocked.

Now AT&T, as of April 8th, will be offering the ability to unlock iPhones to customers who are in good standing and are either off contract or pay a termination fee.

According to Ars Technica, users have been reporting that to unlock the phone they must first initiate a call with AT&T, get approved for being unlocked, then go through a system with Apple receiving a code via email, and a backup and restore through iTunes. At first, it seemed that the process could be done completely online (using AT&T's Wireless Support Chat) until users started reporting that a call to AT&T was needed to start the process.

This adds a greater resale value to iPhones that were purchased through AT&T. It's now possible to sell an old, unlocked AT&T iPhone without going through jail-breaking methods to unlock the phone.

Check out the official statement by AT&T at Engadget.