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Kingdom Hearts 3 Lucky Emblem locations: where to find all of the hidden Mickey Mouse-shaped icons

Kingdom Hearts 3 - Toy Box Lucky Emblems

To the left of the door in Andy's bedroom is a bookshelf. This lucky emblem is at the top.


Climb out of the window next to the bed, defeat the enemies here and you'll find another one in the corner.


Right outside the front door to Andy's house is a lucky emblem made entirely of leaves.


Cross the road from Andy's house and the silver car opposite has a lucky emblem above the bumper.


Over to Galaxy Toys now and you'll find one behind the wrapping station on the ground floor.


Take one of the nearby Gigas and blast the toys away from the purple display base on the floor, right at the back of the shop. There's a lucky emblem hiding underneath.


Head into the vent above the Beasts and Bugs wall display on the first floor. If you haven't been here yet, keep playing through the Toy Box story. Head through the air ducts until you reach the first fan that propels you up. Land on the first vent in the middle - not at the top - and turn around. This lucky emblem will be on the wall behind you.


Go up to the third floor and toward the Babies and Toddlers: Dolls store. Hop on the bench outside, then jump off and land on the red and white UFO. This one is engraved on the hatch.


When you exit the vents into the Babies and Toddlers: Dolls store, stay on top of the shelf. You'll be able to line up the three glitter balls into a lucky emblem shape.


Head to the third floor save point and go left, away from Play Place. To your right is a podium with a robot on. The lucky emblem is on the base.


Head back down to the ground floor and walk just outside of the entrance to Galaxy Toys. To your right will be a lucky emblem made out of two stickers and a logo on the cardboard box.


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Ford James

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