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Use Your Smartphone to Play Agent P’s World Showcase Adventure at Epcot

Jennifer Fickley-Baker

by , Editorial Content Manager, Walt Disney World Resort

Attention agents! We have an update on Phineas & Ferb: Agent P’s World Showcase Adventure at Epcot. Instead of using a F.O.N.E., (Field Operative Notification Equipment), guests now have the option to play the game using their own personal smartphone.

In case you aren’t familiar with this game, guests of all ages can join Agent P (a.k.a., the secret-agent alter ego of Phineas and Ferb’s pet, Perry the Platypus) to help thwart some of Dr. Doofenshmirtz’s most daringly evil plots “around the World” – Showcase that is.

Guests get started by visiting a recruitment center at Odyssey Bridge or near the International Gateway to activate their personal device or pick up a F.O.N.E. to guide you on your mission. Missions will direct you to one of the following international pavilions:

  • Mexico Pavilion
  • China Pavilion
  • Germany Pavilion
  • Japan Pavilion
  • France Pavilion
  • United Kingdom Pavilion

Phineas & Ferb: Agent P’s World Showcase Adventure is included in the price of theme park admission.

Have you played the game before? Which international mission was your favorite? Tell us in the comments section below!

Comments

  • Will this work if my phone has no internet connection?

  • Sounds great.

  • This is great as I just got my daughter a smart phone and we had trouble with hitting the wrong button on their devices. Maybe we will have better luck with using our own.

  • We loved the Japan mission, especially the final defeat of the robot baby in the store… other people were in awe at it coming up from the display! And we loved how it was a new facet of Epcot we never knew existed (and I have been there A LOT, but never with my own kids). The Germany one was also cool, but the Japanese special actions were really neat.

    • Japan is my son’s favorite, too! I like Germany, with all the hidden elements.

  • Jennifer,

    So excited to see this option! Any word on if it is an app that we can download ahead of time?

    • It’s not an app, it’s a website you can access in your browser once you enter the park.

  • I did China and Mexico pavilions. I can’t decide what I like better.

    • Oh, Mexico is the only one I haven’t done yet! It’s on my list for this summer.

  • United Kingdom! We laughed the whole time!

  • This sounds great! My son and I have plans to don our Perry Hats on April 10 (the UK is our favorite because of the phone box, golf ball and teabag, with Germany’s singing beer steins running a very close second). Hope to see more details in the responses to the questions already posted!!!

  • how does it work, an app?

    • It’s not an app, it’s a website you can access once you enter the park.

  • My kids enjoyed this when it was Kim Possible and the Agent P version had some nice upgrades. This enhancement is another nice touch.

  • I would like to know how it connects to the smartphone is it an app or do you connect to a server please give more details.

  • We did a few missions on our last couple of visits to Epcot. Mexico, France & China.
    China was our favorite. It was the most interactive from what I recall. It’s (unfortunately) been a few years.

  • This is an absolute favorite activity for our whole family – the teen, tween and 9 year old all love it, especially Germany (look at the clock!) and Mexico (nothing like talking to a bird). We plan to do this next week and the kids will be so excited to use their phones. Can’t wait!

  • I’m curious, is this an app that we can we pre-install before entering the park?

    • It’s not an app. It’s actually a website you can enter in your phone once you enter Epcot.

  • this is great, but please advise how this can be done with your own smartphone. Do you still have to stop at one of the kiosks to get started?

  • I like Japan mission!

  • Oh this sounds like fun! My kids love Phinneus and Ferb. We will definitely try this out on our next trip. Maybe our mission will be to discover the top secret new park hours for Animal Kingdom.

  • Is there an app to access this?