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A Pirates Adventure: Treasure of the Seven Seas Enters Beta Testing


Guests visiting Adventureland in the Magic Kingdom have begun to regularly encounter the opportunity to beta test the newest interactive attraction in the park — A Pirates Adventure: Treasure of the Seven Seas.

There are five maps to launch adventures with different variations. Each takes about 10 minutes to complete. So the pace is very quick. Of course, this is still early, that may change.

Here’s video from one of the families that were able to try it out:

Each adventure starts in the HQ building at the far end of Adventureland just past the Pirates of the Caribbean plaza. It’s the former home of a Kodak film kiosk. Not much need for those any more.

Although the game wasn’t beta-testing while I was there, I was able to get some photos of the interior and the queue. I’m told there are some tributes to the movies inside.

Are you excited about the trend toward interactive queues and games at Disney’s theme parks?

2 thoughts on “A Pirates Adventure: Treasure of the Seven Seas Enters Beta Testing”

  1. I know a lot of people say “I wish they would spend money on new rides rather than queues and games (and bathrooms)” but I think they forget that this is what sets Disney apart from most other parks. Besides, if people are in the walkways playing games, then they aren’t in front of you in line at your favorite attraction.

  2. We were at Disney World Thursday and Friday.we did two of the Pirates quests on Thursday and loved them. They were only supposed to take about 10 minutes, but we found they were a little longer as the clues were a little cryptic but that made it more fun. Lots of surprise in each adventure.We are both season pass holders and love that there are new things to try, it was mostly people like us enjoying the quests

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