The Walt Disney Company has opened the vault for Disney Hidden Worlds, a free-to-play hidden object adventure where players can interact with nostalgic scenes from Beauty & the Beast, Tangled and Aladdin, with many more beloved Disney animated films to come. Disney Hidden Worlds launches today as a fully connected and synced experience across Facebook, iOS and Android devices.
In Disney Hidden Worlds, nostalgic Disney fans enter a world of imagination where Disney stories come to life. But when imagination goes awry a mysterious Villain is fashioned, bringing darkness and chaos to the created Kingdoms. Crucial objects have gone missing from each story and it is up to the players, along with their guide Chrona, to search iconic Disney scenes for components, craft the missing objects, and restore each character’s “happily ever after.”
Interact with magical Kingdoms based on well-known Disney stories like Beauty & the Beast, Tangled and Aladdin, with many more movies to come soon.
Play through Disney animated film-based hidden-object scenes and spot-the-detail scenes.
Collect ink and craft objects to help each story progress towards “happily ever after.”
Help Chrona and the Inklings save the magical Kingdoms from a mysterious villain in this original Disney story.
Play and sync a single game across Facebook, iOS and Android devices.
ESPN NFL analyst Herm Edwards visits December 29, 2013 with the Smithtown Kickers SC Arsenal (N.Y.) club team at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Lake Buena Vista, Florida during the Disney Soccer Showcase presented by AS Roma. The Disney Soccer Showcase is the top recruiting tournament for high school soccer players in the nation. The former NFL player and coach gave the team a motivational speech and posed for photos before visiting Walt Disney World Resort with family (Heather Harvey/Disney).
Ring in 2014 in medieval fashion as a royal guest of the King’s court! On December 31st, visitors to Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament, North America’s longest running dinner attraction, will enjoy a New Year’s Eve party fit for a king.
Dubbed “The Celebration of Centuries,” this New Year’s Eve party will be a knight to remember -with a special 9:30 p.m. show time (doors open 1 hr 15 min prior), hors d’oeuvres, admission to the Museum of Torture, a four-course medieval feast, party favors, a DJ and dancing, champagne toast at midnight (non-alcoholic substitutes will be available for guests under 21), a midnight countdown with balloon drop and a continental breakfast after the show. Tickets are $69.95 for adults and $35.95 for children ages 12 and under.
Available at the Bradford Exchange for $149.95. Hand-welded of durable metal for superior stability and hand-painted in shiny black lacquer and pearlized red for depth and dimension. 2-speed motor. Measures 13″ L x 13″ H x 4″ D