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Walt Disney World's latest interactive experience, Agent P's World Showcase Adventure, officially opened to guests at Epcot on June 23, 2012.

The game, which sees guests exploring the World Showcase area of the park in search of clues, had already undergone play-testing as part of a "soft opening" period. It replaces the Kim Possible World Showcase Adventure, reusing a number of elements from its predecessor.

The plot of Agent P's World Showcase Adventure revolves around the alter-ego of Perry the Playypus, as he takes on the evil Dr. Doofenshmirtz. Guests are equipped with devices known as Field Operative Notification Equipment (F.O.N.E.), which are used to receives "clues" on each of Agent P's cases. The devices replace the "Kimmunicators" used in Kim Possible World Showcase Adventure.

Agent P's World Showcase Adventure is designed to keep younger guests entertained during tours of Epcot's World Showcase. Clues are hidden in and around a number of the area's pavilions, which offer a taste of the culture of a variety of different nations.

Disney has invested in a number of similar interactive experience recently, including the Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom game at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom. The games are designed to encourage guests to visit areas of the company's parks that otherwise receive minimal foot traffic.

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