The Edge youth club on the Disney Cruise Line ships for ages 11-14 is the perfect getaway for tweens to meet new friends, hang out, and get some much-needed time alone with kids your own age! From a recent awesome experience, I can tell you about my top ten reasons to go here: (more…)
[This post is a contribution by Junior Disbird Andy, Disney interactive games enthusiast.]
Arrgh, mateys! Captain Jack Sparrow be requestin’ your help.
Find the skull with crystal eyes in an idol, or find hidden gold in a fish tank! Make a pirate skeleton emerge from the depths of the water! All of these adventures and more await you in A Pirate’s Adventure: Treasures of the Seven Seas.
Located in Adventureland at the Magic Kingdom, this exciting interactive game involves scouting out a boatload of pirate mischief. Embark on different adventures: Blackbeard, The King’s Ransom, Guardian’s Curse, Haven Defense, and Heads, You Lose — where you go to find the aforementioned skull. But don’t make the mistake of thinking you are the only pirate on this quest. You must escape from the British Navy and Captain Barbossa and his crew while trying to find the treasure!
[This post was written by Junior Mouse Holiday contributor Andy, a master at Mission: SPACE Race.]
“And the winner is…………TRITON!!!!”
If you have heard this, you have probably played Mission: SPACE Race. Mission: SPACE Race is a highly interactive game situated with other hands-on activities at the end of the Mission: SPACE attraction in Epcot. When playing the game you are assigned to one of 2 teams on a ship, Triton or Orion. Up to 56 people can play at one time. (more…)