Kingdom Hearts 3 Toy Box Collectibles and Hamm Location

Kingdom Hearts 3 Toy Box Collectibles and Hamm Location

Toy Story is back in Kingdom Hearts, and it’s bringing hulking mechs with it. Here’s our full Kingdom Hearts 3 Toy Box Walkthrough.

Kingdom Hearts 3 takes the player to an array of zany worlds, each filled with enemies to battle, secrets to find, and characters to meet. One of the highlights is the Toy Box world, which brings players back to Woody, Buzz and Toy Story. It’s one of the more action-packed offerings, and due to its large sprawling setting, it’s easy to get lost. Fear not though, because you’ve got a friend in me. In this Kingdom Hearts 3 Toy Box Walkthrough , we’ll lead you through the level step by step, and detail the chests, map locations, and solutions to some of the puzzles.

Toy Box Walkthrough

And we’re off to Andy’s room to team up with Buzz and Woody and fight off the forces of evil. There are a fair few secrets to find, and a labyrinthian shopping mall to traverse. We’ll lead you through it all, and more, below.

REGARDING SPOILERS: In our Kingdom Hearts 3 walkthroughs, we will be laying out gameplay for each level, highlighting enemies and tasks. We will not be explaining or even mentioning story beats from the cutscenes, though there will be minor spoilers in boss names etc. Proceed with caution if you are trying to remain completely unspoiled.

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Defeat the enemies that are around you as you spawn in. After the cutscene, head under Andy’s bed to find a chest.

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Next you need to head outside, down the rooftops and to the other side of the street. This will take you to the toy store. When you arrive you will need to take down some Giga fighters.

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There are three types of Gigas to take on. Red, blue and purple. The red used a charge special move. The blue uses cluster bombs and the purple one a precision laser.

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Once the Gigas are down, head into the pinball machine. There’s a chest in there containing the map for the area. Use the spring in the center to climb up, and then ride the orange rail.

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Head into the toy store and take down the enemies inside. There’s a fighting toy in the center of the shop which you can get a chest from.

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Your next stop is the vents at the North eastern side of the room. Use the platforms to get up there. Keep moving through the vents until you reach a fan. The fan will blow you upwards. Let it do so to the highest level. There is a chest up there.

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Head back down and dodge into the other ledge area. You’ll find a Taxi minigame and a chest in this lower path. Save your game and proceed to the Upper Vents. You’ll need to run to the end of a vented hallway, waiting for the fan to stop to duck under. You can ignore the turrets.

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You’ll come out in the Baby and Toddler section. There are ingredients on the left, and a chest in the grey duct in the ceiling. Defeat the enemies below, and then use the toys to bounce up to the platform on the roof. There is a chest here. There is another chest above the checkout.

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Toy Box Frog Out of Place

Head to the Musical Toads section of the store to trigger a cutscene. Climb up to the record player and run on it to play music. You’ll then be asked which toad is out of place. It is the blue one.

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Where is Hamm?

Hamm can be a little tricky to track down in this area, but after you’ve triggered the blue frog it becomes much easier. Hamm is hiding in the dolls house, so interact with it to get him out.

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The next section involves fighting a ghost girl of some sort. It’s an easy fight, especially if you use Attractions. Next ride up to the 3rd floor using the blue rail, and over to the wood blocks store to the south. Destroy the UFO, the blue Gigas is effective here. Head down to the exit. A cutscene will play, after which you must return to the 3rd floor and go into the video game store, cue another cutscene. Destroy all Gigas once again and then go to the Babies and Toddlers Outdoor section. Climb through the small window, where you’ll enter an area with blocks. You must go up to these green blocks and interact with them. This builds a platform for you to climb.

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Now go to the Jungle Jim at the end of the room. Head to the top to trigger enemies. Defeat the enemies, and then head back down to the bottom. There are chests to be found here, which are shown in the images below.

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The final chest can be found by heading down the pipe shown in the image below, and turning left. Once you’ve done that, get in a Giga and climb to the top of the Jungle Jim. There are blocks for you to move at the top. Slide down the pipe you just unblocked, and then use Flowmotion to move the vacuum around the ball pit. This will reveal a chest.

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Your final destination is a room located underneath the structure you are building. You’ll find the last set of blocks in here so put them into place and then climb your creation. Go through the vent and then use the Shop and the Save Point. Interact with the Portal ahead.

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UFO Boss Battle

The final thing to do in the Toy Story world is to fight the UFO boss. Use the bouncy toys to get up high and land on its head. Attacking here will do a ton of damage. It’s best to stay away while it’s moving, and if you can trigger the Blaster special move then make sure you use the boosters to get its head in sight.

This Kingdom Hearts 3 Toy Story Guide is just the tip of the iceberg in terms of our guides content, as we’ll be bringing you detailed breakdowns of every world in the game. We’ve collected it all in our Kingdom Hearts 3 Guides Hub, so head over there for more info.

That’s all you need to know about the Toy Story World in Kingdom Hearts 3. For more on Kingdom Hearts, why not check out our Kingdom Hearts 3 Lucky Emblem Locations Guide.

Jake Green

Guides Editor

Jake is a former freelance writer who now heads up guides for USG. He spends his days dreaming of an X-Files dating-sim and will play literally any game with monkeys in it. He has an unhealthy obsession with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and would pretty much trade a kidney for Skate 4 at this point.

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