If your kids (or you) have ever wanted to be a secret agent - specifically a secret agent like Perry the Platypus from Disney's Phineas and Ferb - then we have the perfect Epcot attraction where the kids can show off their skills.
We're talking about Disney Phineas and Ferb: Agent P's World Showcase Adventure (which might be one of the wordiest attraction names in the parks). The interactive attraction is a fun way to explore the countries of World Showcase while attempting to thwart Dr. Doofenshmirtz's next evil plan.
The game debuted during the summer of 2012, replacing the Kim Possible World Showcase Adventure. Basing a game on the alter-ego of Perry the Platypus was a good plan on Disney's part, since many of the younger guests who would be playing the game likely had no idea who Kim Possible was. But they all know Perry.
To play the game, guests needs to visit the "recruitment center" at the Odyssey Bridge, Norway Pavilion, Italy Pavilion, or near the International Gateway. At the recruitment centers the secret-agents-to-be will receive their assignments and their high tech detection device, the F.O.N.E. (Field Operative Notification Device).
Now the agents are ready to start their mission and look for clues around World Showcase in these pavilions: Mexico, Norway, China, Germany, Japan, France, and the United Kingdom. Each pavilion has specific landmarks that play a part in the game. The mission - to defeat Dr. Doofenshmirtz and look for his evil 'inators' by using the clues provided by Phineas and Ferb characters through the F.O.N.E.
Each mission in the game can take up to 45 minutes to complete, and kids of all ages can band together in groups of two or four and share the F.O.N.E. device. Also, each pavilion hosts a different mission so the agents can do one or more missions throughout your visit.
And once the agents have completed their missions they'll get a special "thanks" for saving the world from the evil Dr. Doofenshmirtz.
Thanks so much to contributor Traci C. for this great guest post and photographer Katie VanTassle for her images. Have your kids (or you) ever completed missions in Agent P's World Showcase Adventure? Leave us a comment and let us know!