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“A bit out of date”

DisneyQuest Indoor Interactive Theme Park
Ranked #83 of 428 things to do in Orlando
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Owner description: DisneyQuest Indoor Interactive theme park is a one-of-a-kind gaming experience in the Downtown Disney area. Discover 5 floors fueled by electronic Disney innovation and imagination, including virtual reality, 3D encounters and classic video games from the past.AttractionsDon't miss Pirates of the Caribbean, Virtual Jungle Cruise, CyberSpace Mountain, Buzz Lightyear's Astroblasters, Animation Academy and much more!Pirates of the Caribbean — Battle for Buccaneer Gold – Inhabit a world where blade meets blade, booming with swashbuckling action. Steer your pirate's ship, fire cannons at marauding buccaneers and race for the gold! (Guests must meet a minimum of 35"" to ride)Virtual Jungle Cruise – Plunge down a prehistoric river on a raft in the Dinosaur Age. Try desperately to avoid dangerous obstacles in the running rapids. With a touch of 4-D, you may even get splashed!CyberSpace Mountain – Design your own roller coaster on a computer, with special assistance from Bill Nye the Science Guy. Make it as scary as you want. When you're done, jump in a simulator and ride your creation in full 360° motion—if you dare! (Guests must meet a minimum of 51"" to ride)Buzz Lightyear's Astroblasters – Pilot your own futuristic bumper car ""Astroblaster"". The only problem is you're in a battle and always under attack! So you must fight back by scooping up ""asteroids"", loading them into your blaster and firing away at the other cars. It's an asteroid-blasting game unlike any other! (Guests must meet a minimum of 51"" to ride)Animation Academy – Be a Disney animator! An instructor takes you through the process of drawing a Disney character step by step. You'll delight yourself when you see what you are capable of creating!Mighty Ducks Pinball Slam – Hip check your friends in a life sized Mighty Ducks pinball game. (Guests under 48"" tall should see a Navigator for assistance.)Ride the Comix – Battle supervillains as you fly through a virtual reality comic book world!Aladdin's Magic Carpet Ride – Fly through the alleys and streets of Agrabah on a hunt to find the magic lamp and save the Genie!
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Orlando, Florida
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“A bit out of date”
Reviewed February 26, 2013

Fun but the technology is getting a bit outdated. The graphics on the ride to fight aliens were extremely poor compared to even games on my phone. The creative drawing area had technology that is less sophisticated than pc applications available for free,

Visited January 2013
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Crystal Beach, FL
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“Loads of fun - way more than video games”
Reviewed February 20, 2013

5 levels of gaming and interactive fun. Perfect for anyone who loves gaming and more. You'll find NASCAR games where you can race against others, a virtual, interactive Pirates of the Caribbean and Jungle Cruise that we loved! There is something for everyone. Vintage games like Tron, Asteroids, Pac Man plus newer games like Sea Wolf and more. Definitely for those of gaming age. Everyone who enters must have a ticket. Admission ticket affords unlimited game/interactive play. No additional fees, except souveniers, food, etc. Waits for the interactive rides were up to 20 minutes but there are many multiple of some games so waits for games are much shorter. We were there on a Sunday.
For those that love to draw there's Animation Academy. Learn to draw various Disney characters.
We had such a great time we purchased an annual pass!

Visited February 2013
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West Greenwich, Rhode Island
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“Did not meet my disney expectations”
Reviewed February 16, 2013

It is priced very high and mostly filled with video games from the 70's and 80's. The create your own roller coaster is great but it was about the only thing besides the drawing class they had. To me if your really into the arcade thing you probably would like but this is not for everyone.

Visited February 2013
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Kissimmee, Florida
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 52 helpful votes
“I love it”
Reviewed February 14, 2013 via mobile

I dont think this would be the greatest for small kids from babies thru 5 or 6 yrs. old. .. but from there to about 100 should enjoy it. So many game choices. Bumper cars. Design your own roller coaster simulator. 4 way air hockey. Old school ( and new) arcade games. I love the little alice in wonderland themed diner. All in all a nice afternoon or even all day outing especially great for an inside day out of the rain or heat.

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Boise, Idaho
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“Not Worth the Time or Money”
Reviewed February 13, 2013

I bought tickets because all the Disney employees really talked this up. My teenager didn't even have much fun. The roller coaster simulator was pretty fun and so was the pirate game. I would never go back again.

Visited February 2013
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