How is Disney Quest these days?
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My wife and I went to Disney Quest in DTD shortly after it opened a long time ago. We have fond memories of that experience.
Now we have kids and during the "day of rest" (non-park day) on our next trip we were thinking about doing Disney Quest for a few hours.
Is it still any good? I remember having fun with the little remote control cars that ran under the floor looking for Incan treasures. Also, the Pirate Battle game was pretty good. Are those things still there after all these years?
Didn't see the remote control cars but the pirate battle is still there, along with interactive jungle cruise, buzz light year bumper cars, alien invasion, design own coaster, Aladdin magic carpets, fight the comics. Also all the video games, skeeball, air hockey. Hubs and I got there st opening last week and spent 2 hours there with no waits. We are planning to take our 6 yr old in Sept.
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I love Disney Quest but threw the years time has taking its toll it really needs a big overhaul !!!!
But with that being said if it is not RAINING it will be a good time to go crowd wise . if it is raining it will be crowded !!!
I love the grave yard where all the old video games are ( sorry no wreck it ralph :O) ) pac-man , asteroids , mr.Do , space invaders , frogger , and so on .
and the pirates of the cribbean virtual game is really a familly fun game ,
the raft ride is still cool but wish it would get an up date , there are usually a few pinball games and since i grew up on pinball i so love playing any game they have .
have a nice time and enjoy your day
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