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  • Virtual Disney Attractions

    Found this via Kotaku.
    Here is their description:
    "..interesting yet odd cluster of flash based simulation games based on popular attractions at Disney theme parks such as The Tower of Terror, Space Mountain and Phantom Manor (that's the Euro Disney version of The Haunted Mansion). In the game you are presented with an overhead map of the attraction and the goal is to get as many people through the ride as possible. It's not quite as easy as it sounds however, as you must maintain control over opening and closing doors, operating elevators and starting and stopping the ride. It's really a bit like a micro version of Sim Theme Park all contained within one ride. There are timed and free play modes and people who register at the site can post their high scores for all to see."

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    Re: Virtual Disney Attractions

    Dude, that site rocks! :thumbup:
    Introducing- The Geek Tutorial! The new informational webseries on computers and the geekiness of life.

    Screw eHarmony- I met my soulmate at Star Trek: The Experience. :geek:

    Random funny exchange from Star Trek: The Experience:

    BF: "If you take any photos on the attraction, we will shoot you with a phaser."
    Guest: "On stun?"
    BF: "Maybe....."
    Me: "I wouldn't trust him."


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      Re: Virtual Disney Attractions

      Well, I hope your better at it than I am.
      Everyone should be grateful I was never a CM!


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