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  1. Check out these videos of the new Diagon Alley, Some of the cast of Harry potter getting a sneak preview inside diagon alley, it looks awesome! [youtu_be] [/youtu_be] [youtu_be]http://youtu.be/tdLvGNjtpPs[/youtu_be] Animatronic Kreacher house elf peeks from Diagon Alley window at Universal Orlando [youtu_be] [/youtu_be]
  2. Sorry to change the subject but since the haunt season is coming up and dorney has problably one of the best haunts on the east coast. I found this information on accident figured I'd share because it's pretty interesting . Sounds like they are going big for their 5th year, And if anybody is Intrested they are having a few zombie events, Edit: I realized that the new dinosaur alive has taken the place of one of last years haunts "The BackWoods at Camp CUDie" so I'm not sure how their going to handle that situation considering they are gaining In the number of haunt attractions not loosening any, and how cool (and easy I may add) to turn dinosaurs alive into a haunt attraction, sure its an up charge but so is the admission into the haunt and even if the animatronics are off I still think the silhouettes of the dinosaurs at night time in the woods would be creepy , lol well only time will tell , just my 2cents.
  3. Some new ideas added into a B&M Invert, What do you guys think? Its Possible,
  4. I say the guy is building the coaster the way he wants- and that is all the reason that he needs to build it that way. If he likes the supports, so be it. Personally, I like the look of it- as the way it is built fits the plot, has structural differences that require some different measures, and overall it's one of the better custom B&M hypers I've seen in the exchange in a LOOOONG while. In a nutshell: Let the man build his ride the way he likes- and stop beating a dead horse. All I can see from your post is bitching about the way he did it. R.D. Games Forum Moderating Team Wow thanks , not to put this website or anybody down, but more positive people like you need to be on this forum. I mean i feel like a coaster enthusiast is a rare breed, therefore we should all be positive and realize this forum is made for us to work together.
  5. Thanks for the advice, but i just want to mention that it isn't a "trim hill" I know its confusing but I just used the brake section to put cat walks next to the track, so looked a little more like a bridge, lol And in all honesty i spread the supports out to make it look nice, kind of like cheetah hunts supports.
  6. Thanks for the criticism, but i do disagree, How is a coaster that spans around the entire no-limits boarder tightly compacted? With the support interacting with the track situation your right. That was my mistake that i forgot to fix, but that's only on the launched track not on the Giga track. Finally the only over supported area is the bridge structures that need to support the track over the water, but since when is an over supported track a big deal? its not. Thanks for your 2cents tho. I agree with the whole MCBR area, but when I realized the coaster was already over 5000 feet long and I wanted it to be able to run 3 trains so i figured it needed a MCBR, might not be as exciting as the rest of the coaster but it would be fun to say the least.
  7. Wow thanks I appreciate the comment! I was thinking during the design, I wanted to keep it simple. So I ask myself ," is it necessary to always go up high." When I thought it would be just as fun, if not more, to just keep them low to the ground. Therefore you can have an intense airtime on the hills with the extreme high speeds.
  8. POV Video. Lift: Roller Coaster: Lusca Classification: Roller Coaster Type: Steel - Sit Down Make / Model: Bolliger & Mabillard / Giga Coaster Capacity: 1440 riders per hour Length: 6075' Height: 333' Drop 323:' Lat Gforce: +4.8 -1.6 Long Gforce:+1.2 -1 Inversions: 0 Speed: 96mph Duration: 2:16 Elements: Unique Bridge Support Worlds Tallest B&M Worlds First 90 Degree Drop on a Giga Coaster Worlds Longest B&M Trains: 3 trains with 9 cars per train. Riders are arranged 4 across in a single row for a total of 36 riders per train. Restrictions: Riders must be 54" or taller to ride. Built by: Bolliger & Mabillard ________________________________________________________________ Launch: Roller Coaster: Lusca Classification: Roller Coaster Type: Steel - Sit Down Make / Model: Bolliger & Mabillard / Launched Coaster Capacity: 1600 riders per hour Length: 5725' Height: 147' Drop 137:' Lat Gforce: +4.5 -1.6 Long Gforce:+1.1 -.6 Inversions: 0 Speed: 95mph Duration: 1:43 Elements: Unique Bridge Support Worlds Longest B&M Worlds First Launched B&M Launch: 2g Trains: 3 trains with 9 cars per train. Riders are arranged 4 across in a single row for a total of 36 riders per train. Restrictions: Riders must be 54" or taller to ride. Built by: Bolliger & Mabillard Lusca Lift in Game Exchangehttp://youtu.be/bD6O5ixiWKA Lusca Lift.nltrack Lusca launchh.nltrack
  9. -Yes Thats a B&M Giga, -Yes Thats 9 cars long, -Yes Thats 90 degrees straight down, -Yes the forces work. -Yes its Sexy. -Yes there is no supports, -Yes Thats a B&M double down after MCBR, -Yes it has a long @$$ brake run, -Yes the MCBR is taller than the first hill, -Yes there are two trains in the picture.
  10. So I was thinking, outside the box, and I figured if Theme Park Review was going to update its page why not add a new feature. Honestly I am not a web designer so not sure if what I am thinking of is possible or feasible but this is what I came up with, Would it be possible for a members account to learn and remember the way each member uses TPR, Meaning if I visit say a certain park on the Park index, or the six flags magic mountain thread frequently then I figured it could show the new updates to those places on a certain spot on the home page, this is also a perk for people to sign in every time to their account instead of just using a guest account, or create a new account if need be. I also thought it would be neat if the web designer could add something fun like an Easter egg , you never know what could happen while your browsing TPR, Just my 2 cents.
  11. Having read the screamscape speculation i turned to Google maps to see if it was even possible, this is what i came up with. hmm? Possible? I'd say so.
  12. Sorry to bump and double post, but i just wanted to thank everyone for viewing hit just over 2000 views this week! Thanks guys.
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