FYI- anyone going to visit disneyland by Dec.16 and is an annual passholder? There is a link to join and even though I will not be visiting disneyland and am not an annual passholder it let me register. http://ocresort.freedomblogging.com...t-sends-annual-passholders-through-time/3244/ Muppet Experiment sends Annual Passholders on adventure through time December 8th, 2008, 1:00 pm · Post a Comment · posted by Sally French Disney recently launched an online and in park game, available exclusively to Disneyland Resort annual passholders. The interactive game that involves text messages and cell phones, called The Muppet Experiment, opens with the back-story of Dr. Bunsen Honeydews lastest experiment, the Muppet Labs Time Rewinder. The experiment goes awry and the Muppets get lost in time, so players join in the game by becoming test subjects. They are asked to help bring the Muppets back to 2008 through a series of trivia questions, puzzles and more. The first step of the Muppet Experiment is an online version, where players solve four puzzles that relate to the Muppets. After completing the online portion, players go to Disneys California Adventure, where they are sent on a quasi-scavenger hunt. Questions require players to visit various locations throughout the park in search of details, including a stop at Muppet Vision 3D. To answer each in park question, players send a text message with their guess. After successfully answering all the questions, players will be sent to California Adventures newest attraction, the Blue Sky Cellar, to receive a commemorative prize. The Muppet Experiment is reminiscent of the retired Virtual Magic Kingdom quests, which were part of Disneylands 50th anniversary promotion. The game engaging for Disneyland fans and Muppet fans alike. After many trips to California Adventure, the game is something new and unique for passholders, and points out many hidden details in the park. It is challenging enough for even the most devoted Disney fans, but still fun for the casual guest. Some questions are more difficult than others. In particular, the online questions require either intense knowledge of Muppet trivia, or quite a bit of research on the Internet. The in-park questions, however, are easier. The idea of using cellphones is interesting, but does have its drawbacks. When I played the game, there were a few minor technical difficulties during game play with the texting, and those without the ability to text are not able to participate in the in park portion. Through the concept of the Time Rewinder, the game tied in well with California Adventures future plans for expansion, and fit nicely in with the Blue Sky Cellar. The game ends on December 16. To join in The Muppet Experiment, click here. The Muppet Experiment is free to play, but standard text message rates do apply. Tips for playing The Muppet Experiment: Do you have a tip for playing The Muppet Experiment? Leave it as a comment below. * If you get stuck, many Disney fan sights post hints and sometimes spoilers to the answers. * Wikipedia is helpful for finding answers to the online questions. * Ask cast members for help with the in park questions. If you are directed to a certain area or attraction, ask a cast member assigned to that area. Otherwise, ask cast members at the Blue Sky Cellar.