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If you’re looking for something fun to do at Walt Disney World that won’t drain your wallet, you’ll find a surprising number of options available to you.

There are several interactive games available throughout the parks that let you collect little keepsakes, find hidden secrets, and add some extra fun to your day. These options are particularly great for parties with children who don’t want to brave many rides, or annual passholders who have some extra time to kill and feel no urgency to hit all the rides again.

1. Agent P’s World Showcase Adventure

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Agent P is on a mission to yet again thwart the evil plan of Dr. Doofenshmirtz. This time, he needs your help. Sign up at one of the recruitment centers located at the International Gateway, Odyssey Bridge, Norway, or Italy. You’ll get an interactive F.O.N.E. (Field Operative Notification Equipment) that gives you clues throughout the game. You’ll travel through several world showcase pavilions collecting clues and completing missions. Each mission takes between 30 and 45 minutes but you’re under no obligation to complete them all if you decide to pursue something else before you’re through the whole game.

If you do decide to keep going, you’ll receive a special thank you at the end of the trip. If you’re looking for something to keep the kids busy while you browse the gift shops and treats of World Showcase from an adult point of view, this is a great choice.

2. A Pirate’s Adventure – Treasures of the Seven Seas

If you’re a fan of Pirates of the Caribbean, you’ll love A Pirate’s Adventure – Treasures of the Seven Seas. This new interactive adventure takes you around Adventureland uncovering clues that will lead you to one of five hidden treasures. Each mission has its own pirate map which makes a great souvenir and is completely free.

This game is particularly entertaining because you’ll activate different animations throughout the area, like shooting cannons and mysterious water tanks with hidden treasure inside. Each treasure takes about 20 minutes to locate following the clues. You’ll spend just under two hours finding them all. If you have kids who need something to keep them busy while other members of your party hop on big attractions like Thunder Mountain or Space Mountain, this is a great pick.

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WDW is changing the Sorcerers of the Kingdom game. They are either replacing it or getting rid of it completely. I was there in September and wanted to try it, I was still able to get cards but was informed it was going to be discontinued. Too bad it seemed like something fun to do and The Sword and the Stone is one of my favorite movies.

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