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First off, children choose a princess to be their guide -- either Little Mermaid's Ariel, Aladdin's Jasmine, or Beauty and the Beast's Belle. The next step is to build a princess model (presumably to mirror one's own image) by selecting body type, skin color, hair style and color, and so forth.


Kids can go to the Secret Tower to dress up their princess model. Various choices are available right away, but kids can earn more accessories and dresses elsewhere.


If kids save their princess model's current costume in the Secret Tower, they can plunk that model into the Story feature, along with other stickers and characters.


This is Ariel's Enchanted Undersea Hideaway, where kids can search for surprise accessories, patterns, hairstyles, and more.


If Jasmine is their princess guide, kids hunt for bonus items in her Enchanted Cave of Wonders. Each princess provides some riddles as clues to where some of the surprises are hidden.
There are some special get-ups, such as the one above, and plenty of customizable outfits too.


For more information and/or to buy, follow this link: 

Disney's Princess Magical Dress-Up



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For Windows/Mac By: Disney Interactive  Ages 4-7 Published: 2002







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