Just for kids, Disney DREAM‘s Oceaneer Club has an interactive Disney Infinity gaming space!
This past fall, the Disney DREAM, one of Disney Cruise Line’s larger ships, underwent drydock to install some updates and improvements. Included in that work was some reimagining of the children-only recreation area, the Oceaneer Club (open to ages 3 to 12). Added to this fun zone were a high-tech Disney Infinity game room and a Star Wars play area.
The Disney Infinity space offers high-tech, interactive fun for kids based on the popular Disney Infinity video game. At individual and group gaming stations, customized, on-screen adventures bring to life numerous Disney characters and stories. For gameplay, kids can choose from the complete set of Disney Infinity character figures on display. What’s really cool is that they can unlock exclusive Disney Cruise Line environments like Castaway Cay and toys such as Mickey in a race-car-style cruise ship and Chip and Dale in sailor attire and can then download them only on the Disney DREAM and continue to enjoy this virtual content when playing Disney Infinity at home.
There’s also a life-sized Disney Infinity base where children virtually become character figures, like Olaf, Donald Duck, and Maleficent, for a group gaming experience unlike any other, controlling the actions of the character that appears on a giant video screen display and competing in special challenges in the Toy Box.
An out-of-this-world experience inspired by the Star Wars saga transports kids to a galaxy far, far away at the Star Wars: Millennium Falcon, where the legendary spacecraft becomes a Force-filled play area. Here younglings join the Rebel Alliance, piloting the spaceship through hyperspace and triggering lightspeed jumps around the galaxy. R2-D2 stands ready to serve nearby, and Luke Skywalker’s lightsaber and Chewbacca’s bowcaster are on display for inspiration.
Kids can express their creativity through Star Wars-themed crafts, games and activities at a holochess table. They can also watch episodes of “Star Wars Rebels” on a large screen, virtually join the rebellion at gaming stations, or train with a Jedi Master to use the Force to move objects and play Jedi mind tricks on Stormtroopers and Imperial Officers and use a light saber to face off against Darth Vader in person.
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Follow this fun tutorial to make a foam-covered Jedi lightsaber! All you need is PVC pipe, a wooden dowel, foam tubing, duct tape, and spray paint.
SCHOOL SUBJECT: Arts & Crafts, Recess
SKILL LEVEL: Elementary
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