On your next visit to Pixar Pier in Disney California Adventure at the Disneyland Resort you’ll want to stop by the Games of Pixar Pier. Tucked in a corner of this newly reimagined land you’ll find four colorful and whimsical games: WALL•E Space Race, Heimlich’s Candy Corn Toss, La Luna Star Catcher and Bullseye Stallion Stampede.
This nostalgic midway has taken classic games and themed them Pixar stories and characters. Are you ready to test your skills and try your luck?!
WALL•E Space Race is designed after the inspiring dance scene in space from the Disney•Pixar film “WALL•E.” In a game featuring pals WALL•E and EVE, guests will aim their water cannon at the target to propel them higher and higher, until they reach the top! Winners can claim a large plush WALL•E or EVE, small WALL•E or the loveable M-O as their prize.
The hungry and adorable caterpillar, Heimlich, from the Disney•Pixar film “a bug’s life,” has made his way to Pixar Pier in the Heimlich’s Candy Corn Toss. To win, players will need to toss giant candy corns into Heimlich’s open mouth. All the while, a gallery of “bug” characters cheer you on from his side. Prizes may include a plush Heimlich, Flik, Francis or Candy Corn.
The Academy Award-nominated Disney•Pixar short “La Luna,” comes to life in the fishing game, La Luna Star Catcher! Using a magnetic fishing pole, players help Bambino, Papà and Grandfather Nonno catch stars from the lunar surface. Staying in theme, the prizes include a variety of plush toys: stars, the moon and even Bambino.
And finally, Bullseye Stallion Stampede brings back all the fun of racing to the finish line. Make your horse move by rolling balls into just the right hole. If your horse crosses the finish line first, you can win a plush Bullseye, Woody or small pony to call your own!
These are pay-per play games. Guests will need to purchase a special play card with prepaid credits at a dispensing machine located near the booths to play.
Which game are you going to try your luck at first?!
Source and Photo Credit: Disney Parks Blog