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We had a snow day today so we snuggled in and watched Wreck-It Ralph. If your kids like playing video games then they will surely like this movie. Ralph is the “bad guy” in the video game, he is unpopular because he is big and smashes things. One day he decides he doesn’t want to be bad anymore and wants a medal to prove that he is good. And so the adventure begins.
During his quest, he meets Sergeant Calhoun from the action game Hero’s Duty and Vanellope von Schweetz from the candy-coated cart-racing game Sugar Rush. But then Ralph accidentally unleashes a deadly enemy that threatens the entire arcade. I won’t spoil the ending for you! Both my five and nine years old enjoyed watching this movie. While you don’t have to be a video game buff to enjoy, there are plenty of references to bring you back to the good old arcade days.
In celebration of Disney’s WRECK-IT RALPH release, turn your world into a classic arcade game with these fun 8-Bit projects! Use the printable stencils to jazz up everything from clothes to book covers! Then break out the scissors for a Pixilated Paper Craft and a Picture Puzzler featuring all of your favorite characters!
Are you ready to test your bad guy skills? Flex your memory muscles in the character quote match-up! Now that you’ve proven yourself, get creative and design your very own bad guy! Feeling like a winner? Check out the Ultimate Wreck-It Ralph Quiz below!
Bonus Clip: Sugar Rush – The animators share the original inspiration for Sugar Rush- the architecture of Antoni Gaudi and how concept models of the game’s landscape were made out of actual candy and cookies!
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Disclosure: I was provided with product for this review. All views and opinions with regard to Wreck-It Ralph products or the company are my own and were not influenced by the company.