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I love this app and I think it was a great idea to create it. But I feel that there are some small flaws. For example, the Magic Kingdom trivia is all about Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach??? Also, the Tomorrowland trivia is all about Toy Story (I’m assuming because of Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin). The Hollywood Studios trivia is all about Star Wars. Meanwhile, Epcot and Animal Kingdom have no trivia. Also, there is a trivia button in Toy Story Land in Hollywood Studios but its title is Pixar Place (which is closing soon anyway). Another thing is that Animal Kingdom and Epcot have almost no achievements for going on some main rides. Lastly, Animal Kingdom has no games for main rides, such as pandora rides or Expedition Everest. Overall, I feel like Animal Kingdom and Epcot were forgotten when making the app. Honestly, I am nitpicking and naming every detail, but better to address them than not. The app is still wonderful and is great for keeping everyone entertained while waiting in long lines at the parks.
I think it is a great idea how you can play at the park (dong see how with do much to do lol 😆) I really like how you can choose where you are and the map is a lot like the actual park thus is great though I don’t like that you can only really use it when you are at the park and not while you are at home and it does not have an option for the Disney cruise which would be so great also ever considered maki an album to put pictures frome your trip amc you can pick cute “frames” and add cool “stickers” also it’s just encouraging more screen time even on vacations which should be anti screen time or at least only partial screen time such as only before breakfast in lines after dinner etc but so good idea although I like universal and there movies huge Harry Potter fan I’ve never seen them have an app like this or any other games apps for that matter so please only download this if you are at the park. P.S. the trivia is a bit hard asking a lot of production questions (when did the first Snow White come out what was the first Mickey Mouse movie etc) Id like to see questions more on the line of-this (who is Donald ducks nephews where does minor mouse work where do the seven dwarfs work dumbo works at where in the beginning )
So far, I’m loving the app. I have only done trivia so far but I’ll for sure use it once in the parks. My only gripe about the app is the Tomorrowland trivia. The trivia questions seem to mostly be about the Star Wars movies. I know that in other lands, they have trivia questions about movies that relate to the land but there seems to be a healthy balance between movie trivia and land history. With Tomorrowland though, it seems to be mostly Star Wars movie questions with a couple of questions about the land and past attractions thrown in there. I get that Star Wars is very popular right now but there is so much more to Tomorrowland than just Star Wars. Just some more questions that focus on the rides (both past and present) and the land itself, rather than just Star Wars, would be greatly appreciated.
Great little bonus experience, but two trips to WDW now and I am constantly logged out and it never remembers my password, so it’s a hassle and a loss to stay logged in to collect my achievements! I am missing so much! Trying to jockey between MDE and Play usually leaves Play behind, and for phone battery conservation (even with a backup charger), it hasn’t been worth the trouble. Now that I’m at home I wish it would have registered with my magic band to complete my missing badges. It would be great to have a phone vibrate or tone alert to remind me to Play. It was so hot last week, hydration and cooling off we’re on the forefront. Play reminder placards weren’t proved until deep in the wait lines when it was too late to start a round, and most times (as mentioned before) I was logged out so I missed what would have been granted/started upon approach. Needs work, but great start!
This is a fun app for use in the park, but not much to keep you going in between visits to Disneyland or Disney World. It was a must have for the first trip to Galaxy’s Edge. Even though there was only one major attraction open at the time of our visit in November (Smuggler’s Run), using the data pad built into the Disney Play app while wandering the park definitely enhanced the experience. Strongly recommended download for that reason alone. One concern though, I’ve personally accumulated dozens of badges for the experiences in both Disneyland and Disney World, but I received an update telling me I need to uninstall then reinstall the app to continue using Bluetooth enabled features on my next trip to the park. Moderately concerned that if I uninstall then reinstall, I’ll lose all my badges and have to start over. Major setback of that turns out to be the case.
Developed by Disney.
Play Disney Parks is ranking in Travel & Entertainment
Last update was at Jan 29, 2020and the current version is 1.21.0.
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Play Disney Parks have a 35 206a user reviews.
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