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  • Babs09
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    Originally posted by KEBSD View Post
    Well, Ridley Pearson has confirmed a new MMO based on Kingdom Keepers slotted for Spring with his new book, so I'm sure that'll have some likeness to the parks.
    Yup /\

    I hope that turns out good.....

    Then there was vmk.... which should of stayed oepn scroll down and click enter to see what it was.

    GPVMK ? Memory of a great place to be with friends


    ~babs

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  • KEBSD
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    Well, Ridley Pearson has confirmed a new MMO based on Kingdom Keepers slotted for Spring with his new book, so I'm sure that'll have some likeness to the parks.

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  • GregC
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    WestsideCM99: No there is no fee to enter "Magicland" on secondlife.com. However the owner of the place is a big Disneyland fan herself and you can find her in the park sometimes walking around and ask her questions or donate "Lindens" to her cause to keep the park going. She did an EXCELLENT job...

    Quantom:That video was sick man, lol..in a good way. That graveyard scene when 100's of zombies hit at once was awesome, I wont go through that ride again without thinking about that game now..haha!Thanks

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  • sunrider
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    what about a true sim..;take it from the begining start with a bunch of orange groves..and build the park from scratch, unlocking achievemets along the way, new rides and such.and diffrent challenges from the history of the park.. beat the hippies makeing the rope chain kinda thing, keep your maint up..and you and only you can decide what closes or stays open,and you can ride everything, from the classic versions to yours.. and every thing from the horse shoe review to capt E0 and back again..want big thunder and the mine train? now you can...that would be the ultimate disney game,pick what charecters are out for meet & greets,total sim total mini game and total disney..tell me this wouldnt rock...

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  • evmo
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    Originally posted by quantom View Post
    haha, no problem petchaurus, if you go on youtube they have some more videos of that haunted mansion map. Not sure if they showed the elevator part in the video or not, but that map is pretty detailed. Also i think they have a tower of terror map too but it might be for another game called counter strike source which uses the same game engine as left 4 dead. Here is the video for the tower of terror, no zombies in this one, but still its awesome.
    YouTube - Half Life 2: The Tower of Terror

    That's awsome. I used to do a bit of level design and can appreciate what went into that. By the Way that's the Half Life 2 engine called "Source".

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  • animagusurreal
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    I used to have a computer game called Ultimate Ride that was (according to the package) made by Imagineering. It was a pretty average coaster design game, but it came with some Disney props and sound effects, and a couple of pre-made Disney coaster simulations (I think it was BTMRR and Space Mountain).

    What was strange was that some of the props were of Disney buildings not associated with coasters, so you could have this extreme coaster zooming over Main Street or Small World.

    You couldn't add your own images, but you could use your own sound files. I created a coaster based on the history of Disneyland, specifically the ups and downs of Black Sunday (a.k.a. the televised opening day).

    Fun, but Roller Coaster Tycoon (which I have yet to play) sounds like it gives you a lot more creative freedom.

    I also remember Adventures in the Magic Kingdom.

    In between the ride levels, you had to go up to people in the park and answer their trivia questions to "prove" that you were really working for Mickey. That part of the game is how I learned Donald Duck's middle name is Fauntleroy .

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  • quantom
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    haha, no problem petchaurus, if you go on youtube they have some more videos of that haunted mansion map. Not sure if they showed the elevator part in the video or not, but that map is pretty detailed. Also i think they have a tower of terror map too but it might be for another game called counter strike source which uses the same game engine as left 4 dead. Here is the video for the tower of terror, no zombies in this one, but still its awesome.
    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jT7AfQF_RQo&feature=related]YouTube - Half Life 2: The Tower of Terror[/ame]

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  • Petchaurus
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    I just sat here for the full 6 minutes and odd seconds watching somebody kill off zombies on Haunted Mansion and it was......AMAZING. I was so entranced. thank you for posting that...woah I have some friends that would kill to play that.

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  • ChessurInWonderland
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    Disney theme park creator game? Even if it sucked, cna you tell me more about this? I can't find it anywhere

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  • Theophilus Carter
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    Originally posted by Homan View Post
    Anyways, there are RCT games, but I haven't seen a great Disneyland recreation of the entire park on one map. Probably due to map size restrictions. Next there was a disney theme park creator game... and it sucked.
    This one is pretty decent, I think...

    http://ohiolandshark.googlepages.com/disneylandrct2

    There's also this one(though its not a recreation):

    New Element - Disneyland Park

    And a version of DisneySea:

    New Element - DisneySea

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  • Karalora
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    Because I'm a total dork, I'm now dreaming up a theoretical Disneyland-based fighting game, with various animatronic characters as the fighters and landmark locations from around the park as arenas.

    Should I see a therapist?

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  • Mr. Bungle
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    I love themed custom maps!

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  • quantom
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    If you play the game left 4 dead, which is a zombie shooter kind of game, they have a haunted mansion map. It's the haunted mansion from Walt Disney World. Here is a link to youtube for gameplay footage. I think they also have a Tower of Terror map.

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32AfJ0L-Rbg]YouTube - Surviving the Haunted Mansion (Left 4 Dead)[/ame]

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  • WestsideCM99
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    Originally posted by GregC View Post
    There's a virtual game called secondife.com that you can create ur own character etc..I tryed it once and found they have a "Magicland" which is a virtual Disneyland that you can ride around some rides in with all the music in the different lands, it's really cool...tomorrowland has the Peoplemover and Space you can ride along with Capt. EO..that was the only cool thing about that virtual game for me anyway...
    Do they have high ticket prices at Magicland too? I assume they would charge admission since people use real money in that game.

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  • Wavy Blue
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    If anyone's looking for the Adventures in the Magic Kingdom game, you can play it online here:

    Adventures In The Magic Kingdom - Play the Nintendo game Adventures In The Magic Kingdom online

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  • Karalora
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    Kingdom Hearts II has a "haunted mansion" near the beginning, although the game designers really dropped the ball because I didn't see any specific shout-outs to the Haunted Mansion at all.

    Anyone want to comment on my MMORPG idea?

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  • DaHatTrick
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    VMK was the best thing ever, join the save vmk movement

    i dont think there is a Disney Park video game

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  • Mr. Bungle
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    Originally posted by Bexington View Post
    WHAT!? where how!

    i mean.. so what's it like
    This site has the back of the box so you can check it out. It's not fantastic, but not terrible. It's a 3-D plaforming kind of thing. You need to be able to play Japanese PS2 games to play it, though.

    Adventure of Tokyo Disney Sea (JP) Box Shot for PlayStation 2 - GameFAQs

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  • startours4ever
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    I always thought it'd be cool to have a skateboarding game like Tony Hawk or skate get access to have a level that's the park. All of the show buildings can be entered and in the case of rides like Star Tours, you enter the world of the ride. Who would want to grind Natas Spin to take out towers on the Death Star?

    I also can't wait for Epic Mickey. Here's a link with more Concept Art including a metal scorpion with a Country Bear for a head and what looks like a wall crawling Pink Elephant. Via Kotaku.com

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  • JerrodDRagon
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    I thought it would be cool if you went around DL and went you entered the rides it took you to its world and you go around the world and beat the bad guys and save the good guys and at the end you battle the Dragon next to the castle.

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