Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Disney Parks just released a short video showing the supposed interactive queue of the new Dumbo attraction at WDW Magic Kingdom Storybook Circus. Interactive? Did i missed something? As you will see in the video below it looks more like a kids playground under a circus tent, with a great theming based on Dumbo final scene, i agree, but still, where are the interactivity elements in all this?
Sure, this indoor "interactive queue" - read: playground - will allow parents to sit on benches in air conditioning while kids " will burn off energy climbing through ropes, jumping, and running around", and considering how long a queue at Dumbo can be it's very welcome, but so far the only interactive element i noticed is a pager which will "bip" when it will be the "time to ride". Again, it's a very good idea which should help to make the Dumbo wait more agreable, but just don't call it "interactive" - or let me know where the interactivity is.
Pictures and video: copyright Disney