Following in the footsteps of the very popular and fun "Legends of Frontierland" interactive game in Frontierland, Disneyland will now turn it's attention to Adventureland with "Adventureland Trading Company", beginning this Friday.
Unlike the free game in Frontierland, it will be a pay-per-play experience that sends players on one of nine “expeditions”, each one with a special “Juju” that is awarded upon completing the expedition. Jujus are “hand-carved artifacts” that represent the different traditions or qualities of Adventureland’s people. Expeditions require players to buy an item and then complete a task, such as buying Adventureland’s newspaper (“The Daily Gnus”) and tracking clues in the newspaper to earn an elephant-shaped Juju.
Tell a Jungle Cruise-style joke
Drink a “Venomade,” a new boba drink available at Bengal Barbecue
Discover magic by placing the Juju in petroglyph rocks at Tarzan’s Treehouse
Follow clues in “The Daily Gnus” newspaper
Buy a “This Side Up” Pineapple Parfait and recognize fellow explorers for their adventurous traits
Tiki Bird (Observation)
Photograph five birds.
Eye of Mara (Knowledge)
Complete a special “trial of knowledge”
Crocodile Tooth (Storytelling)
Tiki Mask (Friendship)
Buy a postcard and find the missing ingredients for Juju Juice at Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar.
Guests may also trade Jujus with other guests and Cast Members, much like Disney Trading Pins. Guests wanting to trade Juju with a Cast Member will have to share the story of how the Guest earned the Juju they’re trading.
The game will run for a limited one-month engagement and will be based out of the Indiana Jones Adventure Outpost shop in Adventureland, next to the Bengal Barbecue.