Toontown Online (partially found assets of discontinued Disney massively multiplayer online game; 2000-2013)

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One of the few images of the game's pre-beta, circa 2000.

Status: Partially Found

Toontown Online was an MMO by Disney Interactive, online from 2003-2013. Many or all of the game's assets have been ripped from the game before it was closed; However, some assets (including those from the Japanese localization and more notably the game's beta) have since been lost. The game hadn't picked up traction yet in the beta phase, and the game was never too popular in Japan. The game's lead developer, Jesse Schell, isn't allowed to give out any of these assets, and when asked said that he didn't have any of them anymore since it had been years since they were created. Considering the niche fan community surrounding the game, these assets could have historical significance or be used in one of many fan recreations of the game.

Version Differences

Some notable assets included in the beta were old layouts of Toontown Central, animal masks, clothing textures, colored gloves, and possibly even more obscure assets. The Japanese version of the game includes translated textures, possible textures and even full voice acting for the game's tutorial.


On March 27, 2019, Reddit user JawhnL5 uploaded the seemingly lost Japan localization files to r/toontown, along with the German localization. However, the beta files have yet to be found.

Many fan recreations of the game, such as the most popular of them all, Toontown Rewritten, have assets from the complete version of the Disney game. However, assets from the alpha and beta tests have not surfaced as of yet.

Very little of the original beta files has been found. On June 7th, 2019, Reddit user Logan0235 uploaded what was presumably the original .ico file from beta. Around 2017-2018, a texture for the beta version of Toontown Central was found inside of the French localization's phase files. Other than that, there has been no major release from these files. Around 2002, there was a installer passed around on Toontown Central, a fourm dedicated to Toontown. However, this installer is from late 2002, only contains the client, and does not include phase files.


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