Goofys Sports Simulator Questions

Love2Cruise2015

Mouseketeer
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Apr 19, 2015
My family and I are cruising in March and my time slot to book activities has opened and when I went to book Goofys Sports Simulator for my family I noticed that I could only book it for one person so does that mean only that person can play or are the activities set so that more then one can play? Any other helpful information about the sports simulator would be helpful :)
 

Pixarfans

Earning My Ears
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Feb 11, 2018
Everyone can play! There may be a limit to how many at a time, can’t remember, but I know it can be at least 2 player. It really is just a family reservation not an individual. Have fun!
 
  • Booth44

    Earning My Ears
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    Nov 25, 2016
    You can bring the whole family if you want. Beware, though, the hour goes by very quickly so having only 2 or 3 people max is probably ideal. There is a bit of a 'learning curve' for some of the games in terms of where to position yourself for best results - especially the shooting games like hockey & soccer.
     

    Love2Cruise2015

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    Apr 19, 2015
    You can bring the whole family if you want. Beware, though, the hour goes by very quickly so having only 2 or 3 people max is probably ideal. There is a bit of a 'learning curve' for some of the games in terms of where to position yourself for best results - especially the shooting games like hockey & soccer.
    Thank you for the heads up. We will keep that in mind :)
     

    MichelleCanada

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    Oct 21, 2017
    Another thing to remember is that an adult has to be present. We saw one family arrive with their kids (10-12 years old) to drop them off and were told that the kids could not stay by themselves.

    I agree with Booth44 the time does go by very quickly! Our DS7 loved the game though!!
     

    Love2Cruise2015

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    Apr 19, 2015
    Another thing to remember is that an adult has to be present. We saw one family arrive with their kids (10-12 years old) to drop them off and were told that the kids could not stay by themselves.

    I agree with Booth44 the time does go by very quickly! Our DS7 loved the game though!!
    Thank you for that great advice! :)
     
  • lilsonicfan

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    Jan 20, 2003
    I would also set your expectations low - the games were fun for my kids who were 4, 6 and 8 at the time but would be perhaps a lot less fun at older ages.
     

    Love2Cruise2015

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    Apr 19, 2015
    I would also set your expectations low - the games were fun for my kids who were 4, 6 and 8 at the time but would be perhaps a lot less fun at older ages.
    Thank You lilsonicfan, I will take that into consideration as my sons will be 11 & 13 at the time of the cruise. I have looked up some u tube videos to get an idea of what to expect and will see what my sons think.
     

    Spiffy MacSpiff

    Mouseketeer
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    Jan 16, 2017
    The Sports Simulator is a MacSpiff family favorite! The games haven't changed much over time, but the way that the young MacSpiffs engage with the games has changed. They still love it. They'll be 16 and 14 on our next cruise and they're already issuing challenges and trash talking each other. And for what it's worth, DH and I love it too. :)
     



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