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Toy Story 3 (Wii, Windows, Mac OS X)

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Toy Story 3

Also known as: Toy Story 3: La Grande Fuga (IT), История игрушек: Большой побег (RU)
Developer: Avalanche Software
Publisher: Disney Interactive Studios
Platforms: Wii, Windows, Mac OS X
Released in US: June 15, 2010 (Wii), June 15, 2011 (Windows/Mac)
Released in EU: July 1, 2010 (Wii), June 15, 2011 (Windows/Mac)
Released in AU: June 17, 2010 (Wii), June 15, 2011 (Windows/Mac)

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
ModelsIcon.png This game has unused models.
MovieIcon.png This game has unused cinematics.
MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.
SoundIcon.png This game has unused sounds.

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Toy Story 3 is a tie-in game based on the 2010 Pixar film. Due to the limited hardware of the Wii, this version of the game has way less content in the Toy Box mode than in the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions, and the models are lower poly with lower-quality textures. For whatever reason, the Windows version is a port of the Wii one.

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Add many other models for characters that don't appear in this version.

Unused Graphics

Error Textures

Three of the error textures that appear in the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of the game exist in the Wii version, with badyellowred being removed.

Unused Models

Bo Peep

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Bo Peep doesn't appear in the Wii version, however her model exists in the files, even being lower-poly.


Unused crate in the haunted bakery level.|

Not much known about the crate, it appears it was a early version for a source of ammo in the Haunted Bakery level. The crate is located under the map and is unbreakable.

Hamm Tuxedo

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Hamm never appears in a tuxedo in the game, but it's in the files being a low poly model.

Unused Videos


The camera doesn't exist in the Wii version, making this video go unused.


The Sports Car isn't bought on its own in the Wii version, and is instead automatically ridden when entering the stunt park or skate park, making this video go unused.


The Teeny Racer isn't purchasable in the Wii version, making this video go unused.

Unused Audio


A mash up of all used songs in the toybox mode, but with some unused songs.


Unused card pickup sound.


The text files used for the Wii version are labeled "rvl", likely standing for "Revolution", the original name of the Wii.