On my visits to The Walt Disney Studios and Walt Disney Animation Studios, I’ve noticed the life-sized FIX IT FELIX JR. machines (perhaps the same machine) in two different locations. Built to promote the release of WRECK-IT RALPH back in 2012, the FIX IT FELIX JR. games are based largely upon DONKEY KONG JR., and present a true throwback to classic arcade gaming. The girls and I recently made a Papercraft FIX IT FELIX JR. machine using printer paper and a template found on DeviantArt (an alternate plan exists on Disney’s official site). The end result is a little sloppy, but it’s perfectly-scaled for 3 ¾” action figures, and inspired this photo. “Meanwhile at The Walt Disney Studios Offices…”
It was a typical afternoon until the ruthless Bounty Hunter, Boba Fett, racked-up a new high score on FIX IT FELIX JR. Baymax stood watch, as Darth Vader and Robert Downey Jr. (in his AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON Iron Man suit) decided they wanted a play, only to be thwarted by Baileywick, who somehow had aligned himself with Fett during a recent adventure in Enchancia. Toward the rear of the room, Mr. Smee and Sheriff Callie couldn’t understand what all the fuss about as Mickey Mouse and Kermit the Frog had a heated discussion as to “who was here first.”
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