Doesn't it though? When I think it about, the attractions are like very large complex programs/applications. They require constant checks after it closes. But computer programs don't require check ups every night since they are non-physical programs. But patches and fixes are addressed to fix most of the bugs and problems much like rides. Even for Universal Studios Hollywood and other theme parks around the world.
Disneyland has many refurbs in the past and to the present. Refurbishments are like large patches that fix the ride's problems as well as replacing and adding new props and parts. Also (PC game) Modding to the attraction is adding total-conversions or partial conversions to the classic attractions like Disney did to HM, POTC, and Star Tours. Same to adding total mod conversions to classic PC games like Command & Conquer series, Starcraft, Warcraft, and Total War series.
The movie-tie ins are partial conversions instead of replacing everything for POTC. The HM's new attic scene is another partial mod conservation. Star Tours became a total conversion, becoming Star Tours: The Adventures Continues.
Don't y'all think so? I'm a gamer, so it's fun to think about it. If you know computer game modding like for Skyrim, Oblivion, Morrowind, Neverwinter Nights, etc, etc. Then you'll know what I'm really talking about it.