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Jon Nall
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I beleive ( this couldbe completely in my head ) that I have read about a trading card game available only in Disney World. We will be attending next week and I would like to know if this is true and how I can find out more information before we arrive so I know what to buy.

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I think you might mean this...
http://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2012/07/sorcerers-of-t...

Looks like fun.

At first I thought you might have been confusing trading cards with the pin trading that goes on in Disney? My kids loved that.
 
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Also, check out Agent P's World Showcase Adventure in Epcot.
https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/attractions/epcot/agent-p-...
Our family had a lot of fun with the previous version (Kim Possible).

Have fun at Disney!
 
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Thats it! Thank you for the quick response!
 
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riddell wrote:
Also, check out Agent P's World Showcase Adventure in Epcot.
https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/attractions/epcot/agent-p-...
Our family had a lot of fun with the previous version (Kim Possible).

Have fun at Disney!


There's a similar thing in The Magic Kingdom over by Pirates of the Carribean.
 
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jukujin wrote:
riddell wrote:
Also, check out Agent P's World Showcase Adventure in Epcot.
https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/attractions/epcot/agent-p-...
Our family had a lot of fun with the previous version (Kim Possible).

Have fun at Disney!


There's a similar thing in The Magic Kingdom over by Pirates of the Carribean.


The Pirate one doesn't use collectible cards, though. It has various maps and is confined to Adventure Land. It is more like the Phineas and Ferb/Kim Possible adventure and is definitely fun, as well.

The Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdgom game uses commons, rares, and all the trappings of a trading card game (including a secondary market on eBay). You can sign up at the Fire Station on Main Street. Every day you go into the park, each guest with a ticket can get a free booster pack. Once you complete the missions (8 or 9, I think), you can return and get another pack of cards each, with the option to continue on to a harder adventure. There are also a few rares only available for purchase in the stores. My kids love this game, and we spent the majority of our last visit to the Magic Kingdom playing it. Be prepared to do a lot of walking, though.
 
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Is there anything like this at Disneyland?
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I haven't heard about anything at Disneyland, but we spend our time in Florida, so I haven't investigated any California version.
 
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Akden wrote:
jukujin wrote:
riddell wrote:
Also, check out Agent P's World Showcase Adventure in Epcot.
https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/attractions/epcot/agent-p-...
Our family had a lot of fun with the previous version (Kim Possible).

Have fun at Disney!


There's a similar thing in The Magic Kingdom over by Pirates of the Carribean.


The Pirate one doesn't use collectible cards, though. It has various maps and is confined to Adventure Land. It is more like the Phineas and Ferb/Kim Possible adventure and is definitely fun, as well.

The Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdgom game uses commons, rares, and all the trappings of a trading card game (including a secondary market on eBay). You can sign up at the Fire Station on Main Street. Every day you go into the park, each guest with a ticket can get a free booster pack. Once you complete the missions (8 or 9, I think), you can return and get another pack of cards each, with the option to continue on to a harder adventure. There are also a few rares only available for purchase in the stores. My kids love this game, and we spent the majority of our last visit to the Magic Kingdom playing it. Be prepared to do a lot of walking, though.


Does the free booster apply to annual passholders, or just day-tickets?
 
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jukujin wrote:
Akden wrote:
jukujin wrote:
riddell wrote:
Also, check out Agent P's World Showcase Adventure in Epcot.
https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/attractions/epcot/agent-p-...
Our family had a lot of fun with the previous version (Kim Possible).

Have fun at Disney!


There's a similar thing in The Magic Kingdom over by Pirates of the Carribean.


The Pirate one doesn't use collectible cards, though. It has various maps and is confined to Adventure Land. It is more like the Phineas and Ferb/Kim Possible adventure and is definitely fun, as well.

The Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdgom game uses commons, rares, and all the trappings of a trading card game (including a secondary market on eBay). You can sign up at the Fire Station on Main Street. Every day you go into the park, each guest with a ticket can get a free booster pack. Once you complete the missions (8 or 9, I think), you can return and get another pack of cards each, with the option to continue on to a harder adventure. There are also a few rares only available for purchase in the stores. My kids love this game, and we spent the majority of our last visit to the Magic Kingdom playing it. Be prepared to do a lot of walking, though.


Does the free booster apply to annual passholders, or just day-tickets?


We picked up a couple of packs using our annual passes on different days, and on another trip, we've picked up some using standard tickets. Someone has to have used the pass/ticket to enter the park in order to get a booster pack.

If you have four members in your party, you can get four boosters per day, as long as each member is there with a pass/ticket/Magic band.
 
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Everybody gets the same number of cards, no bonuses for passholders. Special events like Christmas and Halloween parties have a unique card only available then. If you have multiday pass, you have to at least start a mission before you can go back the next day and get more boosters. 1 set of boosters per person per day.

There is a home game as noted above that the cards are still random and compatible with the park game. I have the binder from the website and it is well done to hold everything together.
 
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