Two New Interactive Games Launching This Spring at Walt Disney World

Get ready for a swashbuckling good time at the Magic Kingdom, because according to the Disney Parks Blog Pirates are taking over Adventureland this spring with a new interactive entertainment adventure. Adding to the live action gaming line up, Pirate's Adventure: Treasures of the Seven Seas brings together elements of the very successful Sorcerer's of the Magic Kingdom and Agent P's World Showcase Adventure games that were launched in 2012.

Guests will use a pirate map and magic talisman to help them complete five different pirate raids throughout Adventureland. The goal is to help locate different Treasures of the Seven Seas and fight off pirate enemies like the Royal Navy and Captain Barbossa, among others. If guests help Captain Jack succeed in all the missions, they'll be welcomed as part of his new crew. If not, they'll face the wrath of the cruel sea - alone.

The announcement of the new Adventureland experience comes just shortly after the January 15th release that Disney's Animal Kingdom would soon be getting it's own adventure experience based off of the Wilderness Explorers from the Disney Pixar Film "Up." These new adventures offer fun, modern twists on touring the Disney Parks, with added value for frequent visitors and an interactive element that keeps a younger generation engaged. It further pushes the limits of the interactive queues, and with the MagicBand on it's way to a wrist near you, it lays the base for some truly personal experiences coming down the pipeline.

What do you think about the expansion of interactive games at Walt Disney World? Do you look forward to giving this Pirate Adventure a Try? Leave a comment and let us know what you think about the new interactive entertainment options offered at Walt Disney World.


Jamie wrote on Sat, 02/09/2013 - 03:09:

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I think this sounds like an amazing addition! It adds even more adventure to your vacation! : ) I can't wait to experience it with my family!

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