Thursday, June 17, 2021

“Play Disney Parks” App Turns Wait Time To Play Time

Disney has released it’s new gamified park app and it’s taking fun to a whole new level! Available for Disneyland Resort in California and Disney World Resort in Florida, this first of its kind app is packed with cool features that are sure to bring even more enjoyment to your next Disney vacation.

Now, you can earn magical achievements for going on certain rides, attending specific shows, or playing games within the app. Share and compare your achievements with friends and family and see who can gather the most!

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Bored while standing in line? Not anymore. Play Disney Parks includes multiple trivia sections to test your knowledge of the parks, movies, and more. Select attractions will even have uniquely themed games to play with your group. For example, you can play “Off To Never Land” at the queue for Peter Pan’s Flight at Magic Kingdom and Disneyland and “Playset Party” at Toy Story Mania in Hollywood Studios and Disneyland.

One unique features is the ability to click on music notes and get connected to a playlist on Apple Music that features music related to the area the note was placed. For those with a subscription to Apple Music, there is even an easy option for adding the music to your own playlists.

Disney has made a promise, though – “This is only the beginning.” Download the app today from the Apple App Store or Google Play to get in on the fun!

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Crystal joined the Nerds and Beyond team in 2018. Three years earlier, she tripped into the Supernatural fandom and decided to stay. It's where her passion for writing was reborn. Her free time is largely centered around creative writing (okay, it's fanfic), providing editing for others, and binging makeover shows. The DC Universe is her other fandom of choice and she lives for the crossover extravaganzas. The main joy in her life is her young son whom she homeschools and takes to Disney World as often as possible.

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