Monday, July 1, 2013

Agent P's World Showcase Adventure

I've mentioned once or twice that we're pretty big Phineas and Ferb fans in our house.  It is a reward for good behavior, a relaxing way to unwind after a busy day, and a silly cartoon filled with laughs and humor that my 3 year old completely misses.  But, for him, he has favorite characters and hopefully learns so vocabulary or at least wants to explore his creative side!

In February, we got to experience a little Agent P's World Showcase Adventure while avoiding the rain as we traveled the world in the World Showcase.

Formally the Kim Possible game, it has been updated to feature characters and a show that people actually watch.  

The game is free and easy to sign up.

There are 4 Recruitment Centers
  • Odyssey Bridge
  • International Gateway
  • Norway Pavilion
  • Italy Pavilion
At each recruitment center, you will receive your Interactive Evil-Detection Device (i.e. really dated flip phone) and your mission to save the Tri-State Area (or World Showcase).  There are several missions you can choose - most of the countries have individual missions.

Noah (Agent N) loved watching his mission on his IEDD - especially while he was drinking his Doofenslurper 

My boys played in the Germany pavilion - giving me ample time to stop by Karamelle Kuche and grab a treat.

The best part of the game is how it is interactive and has secrets inside the pavilions.  You hit the right button to find a clue and poof:  Doof!

Head outside to the next clue and ding dong!

Doof tries to get away, but it's your mission to find him!

This game is a fantastic addition to the parks and so much fun - even at the young age of 3.  I wasn't sure if he would be into it and he did need help reading the mission, but he thoroughly enjoyed playing.  Our plan is to do 1 country per visit (hopefully that means 3 countries in the next year+) because it definitely took us 20-30 minutes to complete the one mission.

Have you played Agent P's World Showcase Adventure?  What are your thoughts?


  1. My wife and I had a blast playing this when it was the Kim Possible -- our kids are older, so we haven't seen any P&F but we do remember Kim Possible. The best part is definitely the secrets hidden right in front of your nose; even though you think you know the park, the Disney engineers were very clever to hide something that you have seen dozens of times -- lights on a rock that only light up when you press a button on your phone, something hidden in a pond, or the Germany clock tower shown above.

    It *does* take some time, but a lot of fun exploring in the park.

  2. I think it deleted my comment :0(. We did this on our trip earlier this year and it was one of my 5-year-old's favorite things to do. He loves everything about China and one day hopes to visit (lofty goals for a small child), so visiting "China" and helping Agent P was the best of the best. My favorite part was that you didn't have to stand in a line and wait, plus you could go at your own pace through the mission. Very fun and relaxing.