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Friday, March 30, 2012

Interactive Disney Games ~ More Tips ~ Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom

What Fun!  Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom at Disney Magic Kingdom are totally awesome Disney Games!

After going back for more of the fun and addictive interactive game, we find out even more exciting information.

Click HERE for our first post, all about the Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom game!

The SofMK is the new family attraction at the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World.  It takes you around the park on a spell casting adventure.

Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom Poster

As we stand in line waiting for our turn to fight the villains, we are surprised by all of the nice people we meet.  It is a great time to talk about the game and trade extra playing cards.   

One of my favorite things to do while playing is trying out new card combos.  We love to see how the cards will work together and how they don't.

Frontierland Portal in the Disney Magic Kingdom

 Here are some more tips that we have learned playing the Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom.

  • Make sure everyone in your party goes into the Firehouse and gets game pieces.  Even if you don't plan on playing you can give your extra cards to your kids who are planning to play.

  • If you are planning on staying together in a group, and don't want to split up, ask to play together at the same lands.

  • Make sure you stand on the SMK symbol that is on the ground in front of every portal.  It will help ensure that the cameras read your cards properly. 

The Crest to Stand On in front of the Portals.

  • Respect peoples space and be patient.  We are all trying to have fun and play the game.

  • Have fun and talk to the people around you in line at the portals.  Ask if they have any extra cards to trade.

  • You can use up to 6 cards at a time and every time you use the same card it gets leveled up more.  So the more you play the stronger you get.   

  • Be adventurous and try different card combos.  My favorites are Aurora and Prince Phillip, or Lumiere and Robin Hood. 

  • For more card trading fun, visit the Tortuga Tavern, where people sit at the tables and trade cards with you.

  • There are 4 different types of cards.  They can be super rare to common, depending on the symbol in the bottom left corner. 

Check back tomorrow for more information on the cards and the card combos.

Have fun playing the game! 

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