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''Taxi Game'' was a video game-style attraction at the CommuniCore East at EPCOT, Walt Disney World.<ref>[http://www.lostepcot.com/communicorepictures.html Lost EPCOT.] Retrieved 08 July '17.</ref> It utilized a touch screen, and players used their fingers to guide a taxi cab to various destinations in a city. The goal was to conserve fuel by taking the shortest routes possible.<ref>[http://progresscityusa.com/energy/exhibits.htm Progress City USA.] Retrieved 08 July '17.</ref> It also taught them about how their driving affected the fuel economy.  
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''Taxi Game'' was a video game-style attraction at the CommuniCore East at EPCOT, Walt Disney World.<ref>[http://www.lostepcot.com/communicorepictures.html An image on the website Lost EPCOT.] Retrieved 08 July '17.</ref> It utilized a touch screen, and players used their fingers to guide a taxi cab to various destinations in a city. The goal was to conserve fuel by taking the shortest routes possible.<ref>[http://progresscityusa.com/energy/exhibits.htm An image with a paragraph explaining what the game is about.] Retrieved 08 July '17.</ref> It also taught them about how their driving affected the fuel economy.  
  
 
The CommuniCore pavilion closed on January 30, 1994, replaced by Innoventions, and everything there has been removed.
 
The CommuniCore pavilion closed on January 30, 1994, replaced by Innoventions, and everything there has been removed.

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Taxi Game.jpg

A boy playing the game.

Status: Lost


Taxi Game was a video game-style attraction at the CommuniCore East at EPCOT, Walt Disney World.[1] It utilized a touch screen, and players used their fingers to guide a taxi cab to various destinations in a city. The goal was to conserve fuel by taking the shortest routes possible.[2] It also taught them about how their driving affected the fuel economy.

The CommuniCore pavilion closed on January 30, 1994, replaced by Innoventions, and everything there has been removed.

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