Welcome to Theme Park Apprentice 7. I wish you all the best of luck in this competition and hope to see some impressive entries in the upcoming challenges. Now, here is your first challenge.
Challenge 1: Child’s Play
The LEGOLAND parks are known as an alternative to Disney for small children. Based on the toy lines, the parks specialize in kid-friendly attractions, often with humorous stories and interactive elements. For their next attraction, LEGOLAND is looking to offer something more unique...an attraction where the experience is dictated by the guests. Your task is to design an interactive attraction, whether it be a ride, show, or walkthrough, for one of the LEGOLAND parks. Your attraction must:
-Be interactive, with the interactive elements having an effect on what happens during the attraction
-Be accessible to guests of all ages
-Be based on a LEGO product line that does not share IP with another theme park company
-Be of appropriate scale for a LEGOLAND park
For this challenge, your proposal should be 3-5 pages (not including pictures) and include the following:
-The name, type, and theme of your attraction
-The location of your attraction, both the park and the land
-A detailed description of your attraction, including a full run-through and the role interactive elements play in the attraction
-Anything else you feel will benefit your proposal
-LEGOLAND is geared toward children aged 3-12, so make sure your attraction is targeted toward that age group.
-A traditional theme park attraction may not be the best option here. Don’t be afraid to look at other entertainment experiences outside the theme park realm.
-Remember to make use of LEGOs in your attraction. Every LEGOLAND attraction uses LEGOs (whether real or fake) in some form.
-If you're completely lost, here are some existing LEGOLAND attractions to research for inspiration:
-Fun Town Fire Academy (also known as Rescue Academy)
-Ice Pilots School
-LEGO Mindstorms/Build & Test
-Miniland (for inspiration on what can be done with LEGOs)
-The Quest for CHI
All proposals must be submitted by midnight site time on Saturday, July 18th.
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