With the holidays on our heels and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party returning to Walt Disney World on Nov. 8, a new Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom party card has been introduced – inspired by Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room.
Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party returns to Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World on Aug. 17, and this year, Orange Bird will get in on the fun with an event-exclusive Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom card inspired by the icon.
Disney Theme Park Merchandise is introducing a new trading card game in August that is based on Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom. This at-home game includes a way to obtain those super rare spell cards plus a whole bunch more.
This issue features Sorcerer Mickey (or Apprentice Mickey, as his card calls him) from the new Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom card game. Inside you’ll find everything you need to know to play the game and stop the Disney villains from taking over the park. Our other big story is a feature on the history of the Jaws ride at Universal Studios.
Plus you’ll find much more from all your favorite attractions. [Read more…]
By Kevin Yee
The new card-based interactive game in the Magic Kingdom won’t open officially until late February, but you can test it on select days now if you get lucky. This review shows you the process and what to expect, as well as highlights some of the main features of the game, like your ability to play over and over. [Read more…]
The new Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom game is currently testing at the Magic Kingdom park at Walt Disney World. It’s a role-playing, trading card game which has guests trying to defeat Disney Villains who are working to take over the theme park. Armed with magic spells in the form of special cards, players must go to the magic portals throughout the park that lead them to the animated villains’ hiding places.
By casting different magical spell cards, guests can do battle with Yzma, Scar and other ne’er do wells hiding throughout the land. From fireballs to frantic frogs and cyclones, there are spells to bring down each and every villain. But just how many different spell cards are there? (UPDATE: Disney has confirmed there are 70 different cards) And how can you collect them all? Below we’ll tell you all we know about the game and try to compile a list of all the cards. [Read more…]