Will spread the seasonal good will until Christmas Day.
Disney's new mobile game Disney Fairies: Lost & Found has just hit the App Store for 69p, and the firm has pledged to donate £1 to Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) Children's Charity for every download of the game between now and Christmas Day.
The move is in line with the entertainment giant's goal to help raise £10m for the redevelopment of GOSH.
Lost & Found is based on the forthcoming Tinker Bell: Secret of the Wings film, which challenges users to track down objects that have been scattered across Pixie Hollow, while discovering facts and secrets about the characters.
Paul Brown, GM of Disney Interactive, said: "Disney Fairies: Lost & Found is an enchanting game that will play a strong role in our digital expansion of the Fairies franchise across EMEA.
"Produced in the UK, the app is an example of our commitment to producing compelling content at a local level and to taking our brands onto mobile platforms in new and exciting ways. Our goal is to deliver great digital experiences that engage our existing fans, whilst growing new audiences across multiple platforms."
See trailer below.