We had a great time on our recent WDW trip with another couple and their daughter. The child just finished kindergarten and had never been to WDW. Our friends had been when they were kids but not as adults. My husband and I are in our 40s and do not have kids. So I'm just wondering. Have any of you had the experience where a child would rather just stay in the room and play on the computer than go out into the parks? She was excited and engaged and had fun on the trip (except for Space Mountain and Tower of Terror ), but on numerous occasions every day she brought up a game called Minecraft and talked and talked about it. This was not necessarily when she was tired and needed a nap. A DIS friend that we met up with on the trip told me that he had the same thing happen to him when they went with some family friends a few years ago. She was not a problem at all on the trip and was very well behaved, but several times in the parks she begged me to get some games on my cell phone for her to play or would indicate that she couldn't wait to get back to the room to play the video game. We took a 2-3 hour mid-day break every day. One afternoon after nap time she said she wanted to play on the iPad and I asked her if she'd rather just stay in the room all by herself to play on the computer, and she said "That would be fun!". This isn't a couch potato family. They're runners, campers, gardeners, raise chickens, and they don't let the child watch an overabundance of TV. But they in their very early 30s and are techie types. Has a new term been coined (like "couch potato") for being addicted to computer/video games? I guess Disney is on top of this with all the "interactive" stuff they now have, that really doesn't interest me much at all. I just don't "get" video games unless it's from the Ms. Pacman era where you start a game and it's over 5 minutes later. I admit that on our last day I did tell my husband that I was ready to be home and just watch TV. So I'm not really judging. I'm more just curious and kind of sad that playing video games is more fun to a fully awake child than going to a Disney park is.