PHOTOS: New Disney Parks Perfection Game with Ride Vehicles and Icons Released at Walt Disney World

Jessica Figueroa

PHOTOS: New Disney Parks Perfection Game with Ride Vehicles and Icons Released at Walt Disney World

Jessica Figueroa

PHOTOS: New Disney Parks Perfection Game with Ride Vehicles and Icons Released at Walt Disney World

Can you beat the clock before the pieces pop? Your old school favorite board game––yes, the one that inflicted a lifetime of anxiety onto an entire generation––Perfection is back and better than ever with the addition of ride vehicle and park icon pieces.

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The Mickey-shaped board game comes with 20 assorted Disney Parks pieces and retails for $22.99. The infamous 60-second timer is built into one of Mickey’s ears.

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If you’ve never played this game, the general premise is to pop the pieces into their corresponding slots within 60 seconds or less, or the entire board pops, launching pieces into the air haphazardly.

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This version of Perfection is rightfully a Disney Parks exclusive, with custom shapes like a Mickey Ice Cream Bar, the Partners Statue, the Monorail, Grizzly Peak, and even Spaceship Earth. We found it at Discovery Trading Company in Disney’s Animal Kingdom, but we expect it to be rolled out to all Disney Parks soon.

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3 thoughts on “PHOTOS: New Disney Parks Perfection Game with Ride Vehicles and Icons Released at Walt Disney World”

  1. (Joke don’t take it seriously or personally)
    Clickbait, I cal this clickbait: X Files’ tower of terror is not a ride vehicles

  2. “Disney Parks Castle”?! They can’t say “Cinderella’s Castle” or “Sleeping Beauty’s Castle”? (or are they customizing it per park?)

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