Posted Thursday, April 11, 2013 8:52 PM | Contributed by VitaminsAndGravy
One of the ways Disney has been able to stretch its entertainment options at the theme parks has been the interactive adventure games, and there's a new pirate-themed one set to debut this summer at the Magic Kingdom. Disney released a video detailing the game, which will join the more expansive Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom adventure game that was introduced in January 2012.
Read more from The Orlando Sentinel.
Diana and I ran around Epcot in 2009 when the game there was still the Kim Possible thing, and it was kind of neat. It's non-specific, so there's no order and people don't tend to get too overlapped on the physical trigger objects.
4 years later and my kids still talk about that Kim Possible game as one of the highlights of our Disney trip.
We didn't try the Agent P thing in November, because I have no idea what that is. That, and I was (successfully!) making my drink-around-the-world attempt on my longest day at Epcot.
Phineas & Ferb.
Much more relevant. An equally good fit. Probably 1000 times more entertaining then Kim Possible.
A definite plus for the attraction.
Fun fact: The Kim Possible sound and the Power Rangers theme song are the same.
Our first introduction to Kim Possible (which my kids were old enough to have watched) was the same year we first rode Toy Story Mania. After experiencing both early in the week, my kids surprised me by asking for more Epcot/Kim Possible missions rather than a return visit to Studios for TSM.
The Phineas & Ferb missions are essentially the same as the Kim Possible ones, but with a show that "kids today" are more likely to have seen.
I bet Agent P isn't strangely attractive signing autographs.
Last edited by Jeff, Friday, April 12, 2013 9:41 PM
True. We have a couple of Dad+kids pictures with Kim and Ron on the Streets of America, from back in the day.
Call me, beep me.Last edited by Brian Noble, Friday, April 12, 2013 11:17 PM
Yeah, but Vanessa Doofenshmirtz is the only goth cutie in modern cartoons. Or old ones.
Best Vanessa Moment:
"We've all got a platypus controlling us!"
Really glad my kid is too young for that. I might not ever have cable again anyway, so there is that.
If you don't love Phineas & Ferb, you have no soul.
My son liked it for a couple years, now he seems to have "outgrown" it (he's almost 7, I hope he'll appreciate it more when he's older). My daughter who's almost 3 has no interest...yet.
Sucks. I miss watching it.
I have no soul.
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