I agree. Very cheap. Doesn’t have the Disney quality feel at all. Belongs in the Universal backstage tours of 1969.
Looks dumb. Those little sets look cheap an inauthentic.
It would be great to see something like this on Tom Sawyer Island here in FL. Sounds like a heck of a lotta fun.
I like this idea, but I think a lot of people who are only in Disneyland for 1 or 2 days won’t play because they don’t want to miss out on their favorite rides. Although, this seems like a good idea in the afternoon when the lines are too long. I want to try to play if it’s still going on when I visit. I wonder if it is something that little kids could have fun with. I think this game might not do as well as it could since it is in Frontierland. It makes sense to try to do something to draw people in there, but I feel like the Western theme is not that popular right now. I am basing that on Frontierland’s traffic when I have visited Disneyland, that the Fronteirland stuff in the Disney marketplace isn’t selling as well as things from other lands, and that the Lone Ranger movie didn’t do so well at the box office.
I played this with my 6 year old daughter over the weekend. It was alot of fun and really allowed an adult and their child get on the same page and play. Adults playing is something you dont see enough of these days and this allowed adults and their children do something that had enough challenge for both that they both had fun. The part that really made this work was the staff really getting in to it and having fun with it. This is one of the first times that you see all the staff in an area get to interact with the guest the way they did and really do something other than serve them and tell you were the bathroom was. As a test it was perfect but with some refinement you could really have fun with this and include the rides you are waiting in line for to really take advantage of the full area. Example instead of having to deliver the tellagrams how about your job is to deliver the towns supplies and rid big thunder mountain. You could then integrate tech by making people take a pic in line or you can just have them check in and get a stamp ect…
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since this was very popular during it’s limited run can they make a magic kingdom version of this next summer after all the florida version of frontierland is bigger than the california one you know
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