Remy’s Ratatouille Hide & Squeak is back for the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival. It’s very much the same as last year, though more challenging. I’ve been asked if the pins are the same, they are not – similar, but different for 2016. The price is $8.99 plus tax for the map and the prize (which is the pin), we did receive a discount with our annual pass. This article will be spoiler free until the video, which is full of spoilers for those who want them – and then there are a few spoiler photos too after that.
The Epcot International Food & Wine Festival runs between September 14th and November 14th, 2016.
We picked up our Remy’s Hide & Sqeak map at the kiosk next to the pin station. The line was shorter there than the pin station.
We headed into World Showcase, passing by Chef Mickey on the way.
This is how the Remy’s Hide & Squeak package is presented, with stickers and a map.
We opened the package, and like last year, each corresponding sticker is for a country. When you find Remy, you put the sticker with his food item (vegetable, olive oil, baguette, etc.) on the country you found him in.
Here is a look at Remy with some squash – I won’t say where he is, but this is what you are looking for.
And he also can be found with olive oil. In the first photo of the article, he was with salt and pepper.
Here are the six pins you can choose from. You can buy six maps for all six pins, but it is one pin given per map (while supplies last, and they lasted through the festival last year).
That is it for the spoiler free portion of this article, I very much recommend the game – it is a lot of fun and well worth the less than $10.00 it costs.
We have a video that is chock full of spoilers! So if you aren’t going to be here for the Epcot Food & Wine Festival, you can see where all the Remy figures are hidden.
Close-up on Remy in the UK.
Remy in France, this was a hard one.
Remy at the African Outpost.
And this was one of the easiest ones, Remy in Canada.
If you’ve made it this far, you may not be playing – but it gives you an idea of what to expect if you visit in the future (if Remy’s Hide & Squeak is available). It is very similar to the Easter hunt.