Some attractions stay the same each time that you ride them. Other attractions are different each and every time that you set foot in the queue line…and those are the ones that we’ll be talking about today.
Here are the Disney World Attractions with Repeatability
Editor’s Note: I love this topic! The idea that there are experiences which focus on a number of outcomes prove that Disney Imagineers are thinking long-term with their planning and designs.
With the latest update of the attraction, there is actually 54 different adventure sets. This may not be evident until you ride Star Tours: The Adventures Continue multiple times, but there are three parts to every sequence! That’s HUGE repeatability for those of us who really love the storytelling aspects of the Star Wars universe that have been incorporated, especially the characters!
Toy Story Mania
Our second attraction at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and this one is an interactive game that provides you with different stages and various levels of points. Toy Story Mania is a family-friendly experience that shrinks guests to the size of Andy’s Toys in order to play carnival games. Playing solo is different than playing in tandem, so be sure to know where and what sequence to shoot the targets.
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Although the physical layout of the attraction stays the same, the repeatability factor comes from the virtual car design element that you participate in during the pre-show and queue experience. I’ve had so much fun with the competition model that it’s actually one reason why I sometimes don’t do Single Rider Line, where you skip the design portion.
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Sorcerer’s of the Magic Kingdom
Wait, weren’t we talking about “Attractions”? Well some would consider the concept and implementation of Sorcerer’s of the Magic Kingdom as one of the most interactive attractions at Walt Disney World! From the 70+ cards, dozens of portals throughout Frontierland, Main Street USA, Liberty Square and Adventureland…every time that you open a new portal is a different experience depending on the level and the cards that you’re playing.
Hope this was as much fun to read as it was to write! With so many experiences at Walt Disney World, it’s important to know going into the planning process which attractions have multiple levels or different scenes to give you the incentive to go back again and again:)