Sunday, February 15, 2009

Kim Possible World Showcase Adventure!!!

It seems like some of the people I talk to tend to say that their kids just can’t get into Epcot. Sure, everyone wants to ride Mission Space, Soarin’ and Test Track but apparently some just have a hard time getting into the World Showcase.

Well, you can forget that problem.

Not too long ago, Disney introduced “Kim Possible World Showcase Adventure.” Now you and your family can join Team Possible to bring down villains that have invaded the World Showcase!

Before you ask, this interactive experience is completely FREE and you only need your park ticket to sign up. No deposits are even necessary.

Find any of the Team Possible kiosks at the International Gateway, Italy, Norway or entering the World Showcase from Future World and sign up for your mission. You’ll be given a ticket that looks something like a Fastpass that will tell you where and when to report to receive your mission. Once you report, you’ll receive your Kimmunicator which will be your lifeline to the rest of Team Possible. It enables you to receive directions and clues as well as activate hidden, interactive clues. Through animated instructions on your Kimmunicator screen, Wade will tell you how to use it and then direct you to the country where your mission will take place.

From here is where the REAL fun starts. And I do mean fun. Even if you don’t have children, this is a blast and my wife and I saw lots and lots of people partaking in the fun who were well above voting/drinking age. ; )

Wade and the other members of Team Possible will guide you through your mission, directing you to different areas where you will unlock clues, give secret code phrases to Cast Members and track down villains. There are seven different missions and each takes place completely within one country, taking around twenty to thirty minutes. If you’re running low on time and want to finish early, just use the “Help” function to get some extra clues and speed things along.

I really can’t say enough good things about this. Trust me, you should try it out. Oh, and by the way, I make a seriously dapper secret agent. : p

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