Mom And Son Giraffe
  • On Mar 8, 2012
    Pam Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    We are interested in playing Epcot's Kim Possible (or Phineus & Ferb) game in October. We are going to be a group of two families with a total of three kids and four adults. Would it be better/easier/funner to split up and play the missions separately

    Hi Kim,

    My family LOVE doing the Kim Possible World Showcase Adventure missions during each and every visit to Walt Disney World.

    I don't think that you would enjoy the quests more if your two families split up although the children would obviously have to take turns in holding and entering information into the kimmunicator. 

    Missions are designed with groups in mind and can last anywhere from 30 to 45 minutes. As many as 2 to 4 agents can share a Kimmunicator. Kimmunicators even recognize when a team has broken away from the action—even secret agents need ice cream breaks—and will alter your mission accordingly.

    There are seven different missions to try each taking place in a different pavilion of the World Showcase. If you do decide to split up into two teams, I would ask that you are each given a mission in Countries which as located near each other so that you don't end up miles away from each other.

    Wishing you a magical trip filled with memories which will last a lifetime!
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