11. Interactive Adventures
While Disney guests on a strict schedule in the parks may not want to spare the time, Disney World offers some fun interactive adventures for guests willing to take some time out of their day to try something different. Magic Kingdom offers up two games – Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom and A Pirate’s Adventure ~ Treasure of the Seven Seas. Sorcerers is an interactive role-playing game throughout the park using Spell cards. A Pirate’s Adventure is a treasure search in Adventureland using a map and magic talisman. Epcot’s offering is Agent P’s World Showcase Adventure, which sets you off on a secret agent mission to thwart the evil Dr. Doofenshmirtz. Your clues come via your phone or a device provided by “The Agency”. Finally, Disney’s Animal Kingdom sets you on a fun and educational fact-finding mission to collect over 30 badges in your field guide as you earn your way as a Wilderness Explorer.