Optimizing the guest experience is the number one development priority for Disneyland® Paris (read more here). One of the ways we pursue this strategy is by constantly developing new tools and services to make every visit unique. Read on for the first in a series of articles exploring some of these exciting innovations.
Time flies when you’re having fun
Waiting in line to board an attraction is an inevitable part of any visit to a major tourist destination, especially one with attractions that are such a hit as those at Disneyland Paris. To keep these waits in check, we have come up with a number of measures to reduce them (read more here), and whenever possible our imagineers think of new, creative ways to optimize guest wait times. Enter the mobile game now available only in the line for Crush’s Coaster. No download necessary, no operating system restrictions—the game is available directly through a web browser, and the covered waiting area is equipped with hotspots installed specifically for the game.
Learn more about the game here.
You’re connected, we’re connected
Crush’s Coaster: The Game is an innovation that aligns with the changing profile of our guests. Ever more connected, parkgoers are clamoring for new experiences and more active ways to wait for their turn to enter an attraction. The teams at Disneyland Paris are constantly working to come up with innovative responses to those demands, drawing on all that the new digital landscape has to offer.
Riding the mobile game wave
Within the broader and massively successful mobile gaming market of recent years, Crush’s Coaster: The Game fits neatly into the growing casual gaming trend: easy to pick up, accessible for any age or skill level, and without a time limit. The platform-based game has five levels of increasing difficulty, where players must avoid obstacles while collecting as many starfish as they can to become the top surfer on the East Australian Current. Crush’s Coaster: The Game debuted in September 2014 and is free for all guests.
Stay tuned for Part 2 in our series on digital doings at Disneyland Paris: a look at the new PhotoPass+ service!