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December 26th, 2011 When you get introduced to the game, it seems really, really cool to have a giant pet bird to fly around on. Then you actually start flying around, and you realize that the only place really worth flying to is the one you started at because there is nothing else out there. Link has an excuse to go to the desolate corners of everywhere because he is on an ADVENTURE, but the average citizen doesn't have much reason to leave home. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom unveiled as Disney World tests interactive role-playing game with theme park guestsWalt Disney World has begun enlisting the help of theme park guests to test the new park-wide interactive experience dubbed Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom. Yesterday was the first day in which play testing began with day guests, allowing average attendees to become sorcerers and help stop evil villains from taking over the Magic Kingdom. I took part in the test, which ran from early in the day until the “magic portals” closed at 4 p.m. A sign was posted outside the Main Street USA Fire Station inviting guests to take part in the game test.
Untitled. “Has anyone tried maxing out all 4 players’ coins and killing them all simultaneously?” The team that I’d just joined shook their heads. “Not yet. Dude, do you have any idea how long that would take?” We were testing a newly-added multi-player game mode where players collected coins, and—should they die—dumped those coins into the environment for other players to steal.
Nothing says Christmas like Donald Duck … if you’re Swedish. Every culture has its own holiday customs, and “partially lapsed-Jew” and non-Swede Jeremy Stahl stumbled upon an odd one during a trip to Sweden. In the article reprinted below, Stahl explains the Christmas cartoon tradition. Kalle Anka and the Aracuan Bird