The expansion of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise at Disney Parks continues today with Disney’s latest swashbuckling endeavor in A Pirate’s Adventure: Treasures of the Seven Seas. Building upon the interactive games already found at Disney Parks including Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom and Agent P’s World Showcase Adventure, this latest incarnation hopes to put you scalawags into top pirate shape by pitting you against pirate foes like the Royal Navy and even the infamous Captain Barbosa. It’s treasure ye be after on your five potential quests as you scavenge around Magic Kingdom’s Adventureland.
Guests will be armed with a treasure map and “magic” talisman which from the provided concept art seems to be placed inside a skull to activate your pirate life adventures. It appears that you can expect these adventures to be a bit more varied and perhaps more entertaining than with Disney’s previous interactive games. The concept art shows everything from circling shark fins in the water, to cannon fire, talking shrunken heads, battles at sea between ships in a bottle and more! But that is not all we can glean from the concept art and our prior savvy, savvy. We know Shrunken Ned’s Junior Jungle Boats were removed in order to make way for a couple of these new experiences and the concept art bears that out as well. The sharks in the water most likely take place near this area as might the lighting of the tiki torches around the path to the Swiss Family Treehouse. Some of the experiences seem to placed inside the shops near the Magic Carpets of Aladdin, there is a tiki come to life by Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room and if you look closely there might be something to enjoy near the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction entrance itself. It won’t be long before we know more as everyone will be able to embark on these pirate journeys later this year.