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Ryan P.

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  1. I LOVE Towet of Terrors theme. Its so creepy and wonderful!

    So ToT is my favorite

     

    runners up would have to be:

    Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey (im sorry im a HP nerd) and

    The Mummy.

     

    Edit- okay so i guess i should give something non Disney or Universal

     

    Verbolten was outstanding! It is fun and adventurous, but it also has an eerie story to accompany the ride.

  2. I would love a big El-Loco like the one they just opened at Adventuredome, I think it would fit very well in the space of the Go-Karts and the pirate ship. With some sort of theming, of course!

     

    Id be fine with almost anything (almost ) but they need something! I like the family atmosphere, but other parks have that same feeling and still have some great roller coasters (example: Hershey Park) the park does have potential, heck it has its own hotel which no other six flags park has. If they started getting some smaller coasters now like El Loco they could increas attendance and then slowly get bigger rides like a Sky Screamer or a Mega Lite in place of Seamin' Demon. They should stop focusing on the water park and work more on the theme park. Okay im done with my rant.

  3. A half-pipe coaster with a hump in the middle (basically a disko coaster), that provides up to -1.5 g's every passage.

    Why aren't these everywhere!?

    This sounds fun

     

    And the end spikes would curve far beyond 90 degrees so it's even more negative Gs! Sort of shaped like a giant mustache!

     

    I made something similar to this on No Limits. It isnt a straight coaster, but it does have a giant hump and past 90 degree spikes.

     

    https://nolimits-exchange.com/coaster/inertia/7046

    ^u can download it on the nl exchange (i think it should work, but i cant search my coasters anymore since NL2 came out and they changed the website.)

  4. Looks like another successful family coaster! The scenery is outstanding! I skipped the dark ride section because I'm saving that for when i ride it myself, but the coaster looks fun. Im happy to see the rocking seats move a bit more on the second coaster section. This one actually looks more fun to ride in the back just because it swings more. So now that New Fantasyland is complete, Now Disney can put Avatar and Star Wars into high gear!

  5. ^^^Agreed. Premier has a dual station option (IE: Mr. Freeze coasters) that maybe BGW could be considering. Still won't make it a people eater but who cares? These Premier coasters are a lot of fun and it is better than no addition at all.

    Plus there's no confirmation that is the type of ride/coaster they are getting....

     

    Exactly. I'm a fan of Premier launched coasters, myself; then again, we really don't know for sure yet, do we?

     

    Would it be possible to add an extra car or more seats to the two cars? This would increase capacity on top of the duel station. I am excited for an addition like this. It has a unique look plus an twisty layout.

  6. Ive always wanted to own a park, but the more i think about it the less i would want to. Im not a money person so that would be hard to mange and on top of keeping what guests want and i want balanced would be hard. Yeah i could hire people, but id still have to manage them. So i would rater design the rides. Just knowing that there is a small piece of my imagination multiple places around the world sounds fantastic! Now i would hope id have engineers and other people to make sure the rides are safe. Im a creative person so i would want the credit for the concept not the math.

  7. I guess i was expecting lots of fire with a huge theme and show building. Im still excited, but my thoughts were a bit off so that leaves me kinda disapointed. Im very happy for another wooden coaster and im sure that it will top the wooden coaster lists though. Oh well, i guess ill have to wait alittle longer for a launching wooden coaster and an indoor woodie as well.

  8. I am very disappointed in you Atari! This is just awful and not even worthy of being labeled RCT! If i wanted a mobile game i would want the original RCT not some cheap recreation! Maybe they thought they had no competition with Theme Park Studio or NL2 to create a PC version, but still they could have tried to make improvements. I have followed RCT from the beginning and i have a feeling I'm done with RCT. Atari please fix this awful mess! PLEASE!

  9. Dark rides and roller coasters are starting to blend. Look at The Revenge of the Mummy in Universal. What if a roller coaster and a dark ride turned into a hybrid dark coaster. This would be implementing similar technology of Spider-Man in Universal with cars similar to Mummy. The cars would start off on a roller coaster track but then go onto a track that is attached to a base like Spider-Man's. It would switch to a motion base and then when the ride is ready, the base would align itself with the coaster track and then the ride would go back to a roller coaster. The use of this technology would allow dark rides to become more intense. Indoor roller coasters require much space and more height than dark rides so this technology would decrease space but allow for more thrills.

  10. I love all of universal so to chose one ride is near impossible for me! I guess if I were to go by parks (excluding Forbidden Journey)

     

    IOA- Spider-Man. It was the first of its kind when it came out and it is still one of the best.

    Runner up- Dragon Challenge. I can't make my mind up on which is better since I only rode each side once, but both sides are outstanding. Just wish I could have ridden it dueling :/

    Universal- Revenge of the Mummy. I kinda ruined the ride by watching videos of it and researching it before I rode it, but it is by far my favorite indoor coaster. With all of the special effects and animatronics it is outstanding!

    Runner up- Hollywood Rip Ride Rocket. That vertical lift and noninverting loop! If it wasn't for those elements this ride would be low on my list. The air in the non loop is so great!

  11. I honestly love the design. It is a great blend between the metal and the wood. It does make hard to decide if it is a woodie or a hybrid, but does it really matter. If it is a great roller coaster, it is a a great roller coaster. Even though the lift hill has a metal structure, it gives a more insecure feeling since there are fewer supports around you creating an open feel. I think this is an upgrade not a hindrance to the ride. Cannot wait to ride this when it opens

  12. About this "launched flying coaster" thing... launched coasters have head rests, to give your back and neck full support against the force of the launch. If you were lying down head-first, there would be nothing to support your neck. Imagine someone pushing down really hard on the top of your head, that's what it would feel like. I don't think the people suggesting this are really thinking very hard about the forces involved.

     

    And that's not even taking into account the fact that flying coasters, especially B&M flyers, suck A$$. I mean seriously.

    Those would be similar forces to the ones on S&S Space shot and those are fine so I don't see any problems with that.

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