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Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin

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At A Glance Interactive shoot-em-up virtual reality video game.

A journey through Buzz Lightyear's hyper-imagination awaits Magic KingdomŪ guests as the computer-animated world of Disney's "Toy Story" magically transforms into reality at the newest Tomorrowland attraction, Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin.

The new video game inspired space adventure lasts for 4.5 minutes and features 10 interactive scenes in which guests can zap targets with twin laser cannons and activate sound and light effects.

Note that the wait time for this attraction can be quite long, mainly because it's one of the newer attractions in the park and everybody wants to try it out, but also because it is a very good, and in the classic genre of video games, very addictive, attraction which people tend to want to try again and again.

Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin occupies the location of the former "If you had wings" attraction, which in turn was previously Dreamflight (sponsored by Delta Airlines) and Take Flight.



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