Disney Parks Around the World Celebrate 50th Anniversary of ‘it’s a small world’ with Global Sing-along, April 10 – Yahoo Finance
Plenty to Do: From fishing, planting, running your own cafe and fighting ghosts with a magic wand, theres plenty of things to do in Disney Magical World. The Bad: Takes a While to Get Going: The first hour of this game is a tedious and annoying linear experience that could rob years from your gaming life. A Blatant Animal Crossing Rip-Off: From a gameplay point of view, Disney Magical World is as close to Animal Crossing as you can get without Nintendo getting peeved. Think Saints Row and Grand Theft Auto. Even Donald Ducks attitude feels borrowed from a certain Animal Crossing Character. The Bottom Line: For all of its shortcomings, Disney Magical World is a fun Animal Crossing-inspired title that makes the most of its license.
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Guests are encouraged to call their local Disney Store or visit DisneyStore.com to confirm participation and details. SmallWorld50.com Activities Benefit UNICEF The activities at the Small World 50th Anniversary website have inspired fans everywhere to join in the fun of the anniversary. Visitors have designed digital dolls with distinctive native headdress and jewelry, and recorded songs on their own or with friends and family, to benefit UNICEF’s work for children. Celebrities also recorded the song for SmallWorld50.com, including actress and producer Salma Hayek and the co-hosts of ABC’s “The View.” Fans have visited the website from more than 150 countries nearly 80 percent of the world’s nations including Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Egypt, England, France, Germany, India, Japan, Kenya, Kosovo, Mexico, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, South Africa and Sri Lanka. Visitors to the site have recorded the “It’s a Small World” song in multiple languages, including English, Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese and Traditional and Simplified Chinese. The Walt Disney Company’s relationshipwithUNICEF began in 1964 when Walt Disney was creating “it’s a small world” for the New York World’s Fair.
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