AllAbouttheMouseketeer #224-Michael K. from Buckeye, Arizona
Stays at Walt Disney World
July 1995: Shades of Green
April 2000: All Star Sports (Baseball)
March 2001: All Star Music (Rock)
January 2006: All Star Movies (Mighty Ducks)
May 2006: Saratoga Springs (Congress Park)
March 2007: Saratoga Springs (Paddock)
August 2007: Port Orleans: French Quarter
June 2008: Saratoga Springs (Springs)
August 2009: Saratoga Springs
Stays at Disneyland
May 2008: Grand Californian
December 2008: Grand Californian
June 2009: Radison/Disneyland Hotel
Working for the Walt Disney Company
Jan-Aug '07: MGM(Sunset/Lucasland/Backlot)
Aug '08-May '09: GCC College Program Rep
May '09: EPCOT
I absolutely loved this last week when I went. It helped me look at the pavilions in a different way than I typically do and it actually made me go back to the spots the game took me to, to take another look at some of the things that I hadn't realized before. It was also cool seeing kids playing the game who were excited about the countries they were in.
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I've already done 5 of the 7 available missions and enjoyed them. Very fun stuff indeed.
And I don't think it's ruining World Showcase at all. All of the areas/props used in the missions are integrated very subtly into the areas and only come to life and "do their things" when triggered by the Kimmunicators. Some of those things even took me by surprise and kinda made me jump when they occurred, as the "surprises" were so sudden and unpredictable. Seamless integration indeed.
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"Boy, I'm tired. I think I'll head over to The Hall of Presidents and take a nap."
I thought it a very clever entertainment tool. As previously stated, it brought kids into the countries to look more carefully at clocks, trains, or other items that are part of the theme to the country in which their mission occurs. My only complaint was that after listening to Kim Possible and her gang talk about pretzels for 20 minutes, I wanted one.
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