Here's how to get a high score on Universal Orlando's Men in Black ride
Universal Orlando this morning dropped a short video with some tips for bagging a high score on
Men in Black Alien Attack
Men in Black long has been one of our favorite interactive rides, for its well-decorated practical sets and engaging gameplay. We
talked with the ride's creative director, TPI member Dave Cobb, several years ago, and we've shared our own tips for high scores on Men in Black before. But here's the official word, from Universal: VIDEO
Remember, on Men in Black Alien Attack, you're not just scoring as individuals. Your car is competing with its counterpart on the track, too. With its 3x3 configuration on its six-seat cars, Men in Black Alien Attack also offers a single rider option that makes it easy for individuals to rack up a lot of rides — and a lot of practice — in pursuit of a maximum score.
What's been your high score on Men in Black Alien Attack? Have you earned "the suit?"
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Highest legit score was 632,000(Don't remember the last three numbers).
I have maxed out (999,999) on both sides multiple times.
There is a giant identical holding a "gun" hanging out a second floor window that moves up and down slowly. Shooting a small sensor just above the barrel of the "gun" is big points. He is after the crashed ship and before the photo op where the aliens says "Six against one?".
I regularly score 999,999, but never found the appeal of attempting with multiple guns. What's great is that even if you do get so good at the game, there are many ways to make it more interesting/challenging. After maxing out a few times, I'll challenge myself by deliberately seating myself in the middle of the row, making it more difficult to shoot targets behind you. I'll also challenge myself by attempting to max out without shooting the known high-value targets (difficult, because you get into a rhythm/habit that's hard to break once those competitive juices start flowing). It's also more challenging if you're going through the ride with multiple expert players that deactivate high value targets, and are really good at hitting the exhaust port, causing your vehicle to spin.
I've actually never done the preshow and queue, just express and singles. Last time I rode in 2015 I got 200,000 however after getting 836,000 on Buzz and almost maxing out the Reese's Cup Challange at Hersheypark plus the addition of a Justice League to my home and most frequently visited park Six Flags Great Adventure I'm sure I'll have tons of practice for my next MIB ride.
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