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With Walt Disney World now hosting a variety of interactive games, it was inevitable that the Disneyland Resort would eventually follow in its NextGen footsteps. Plans have been uncovered for "Disney Kudos", a new smartphone-based experience that will challenge guests to complete quests at the resort. Meanwhile, Lightwater Valley will build 106 on-site lodges by 2014, while Universal Studios Singapore is preparing to soft-open its Sesame Street Spaghetti Space Chase dark ride.

Disneyland Resort

The Disneyland Resort is set to follow in the footsteps of Walt Disney World by releasing an interactive game for guests, which is expected to be dubbed "Disney Kudos".

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Kings Island

Kings Island has removed the former Thunder Alley go-kart track, promising that the area will be used for "future park expansion".

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Lightwater Valley

Lightwater Valley's plans to install 106 timber lodges were approved earlier this month, and the on-site accommodation is expected to open in time for the 2014 season.

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Universal Studios Singapore

Dejiki has posted an excellent photo update from Universal Studios Singapore, including images of the park's Chinese New Year decorations and the exterior of the upcoming Sesame Street Spaghetti Space Chase dark ride.

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Shanghai Disneyland

Disney and More takes a thorough look at the plans for one of Shanghai Disneyland's on-site hotels, which is expected to boast a Toy Story theme.

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