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  • [Question] New Game Idea for Disney?

    For the last year or so, Backflip Studio's mobile app Dragonvale has been very popular among game enthusiasts. So as I sit here watching Leroy & Stitch, (the fourth & final film in the Lilo & Stitch series) I can't help to think that Disney has a chance or opportunity to create a similar game. Incorporating the characters from the Lilo & Stitch franchise including all 625 experiments. If you count Leroy, it would be 626 since Stitch would be part of the primary characters. I have an awesome idea for this game which could really sell (metaphorically speaking) and would be a popular addition to Disney's list of mobile apps that include hits like Gnome Town. I don't want to go into too much details on it, but I would call it "Lilo & Stitch's Training Academy." Anyone got any advice how to get the idea to Disney? I wouldn't seek any compensation. Just would love to be able to play it. And I don't have the know how or the genius to make it myself.
    "Our greatest natural resource is the minds of our children." - Walter Elias Disney

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