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<p>Kyle Laughlin, Disney’s Senior VP of Disney Consumer Products and Interactive Media, announced today that Disney is pairing up with four huge mobile development partners as a reset of sorts for the company’s games strategy, VentureBeat reports.</p><p>Disney will be working with mobile giants Gameloft (Sonic Runners Adventure), Glu (Kim Kardashian: Hollywood), Ludia (Battlestar Galactica: Squadrons), and PerBlue (Portal Quest). Each of these developers have worked on high-grossing mobile games in the past, and they’re each working on unannounced new games centered on Disney franchises.</p><p>This is the first talk of Disney games outside of Kingdom Hearts since the company shuttered its Disney Infinity toys-to-life franchise, along with its Marvel line of mobile games.</p><p>Laughlin, speaking at Casual Connect USA in Anaheim, California, sees the hard reset and new partnerships as a fresh start for their video games. It’s a big move, but Disney is prepared to take a few risks. Laughlin noted that Disney is interested in exploring new genres like RPGs or brawlers.</p><p>We want know what YOU think of this new initiative. Disney will be working with some seasoned pros, so these will at the very least be some games with a degree of polish to them. Could we be seeing new Kingdom Hearts mobile games in the future? Will we be getting a new mobile Star Wars RPG? This new partnership leaves Disney with a lot of ground to explore, so it will be interesting to see if they can properly move into the space this time around. </p>.