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I was thinking of a crazy idea, why not mix this:

 

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With this(?):

 

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My conclusion is, the first Intamin 4th Dimmensional Impulse coaster, as you head up the first spike, your seat would flip making you face the ground, and once you came back down your seat would flip a full 360 degree turn heading towards the second spike where this time your seat would flip BACKWARDS making you face up and flip your seat in the air while coming back down. It would do this for a few circuits until the ride ends like a regular impulse coaster.

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Crazy Idea:

 

A small theme park in Niagara Falls NY that is outdoors during the summer, but indoors during the winter. It could be covered during the winter using an inflatable "golf dome," which is then removed and put in to storage/rehabbed during the summer.

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Herschend Family Entertainment will announce their acquisition of Cedar Fair and the immediate re-branding of all parks to Silver Dollar City. Outlaw Run clones and Ride the Ducks up-charge attractions will be added to all parks for the 2014 season.

 

That will be short-lived, however, because Six Flags, after having already bought Seaworld, will soon thereafter purchase Herschend, Merlin, Universal, and Busch Gardens in their quest for world domination. They will install Batman clones in all parks, except in parks where a clone already exists, they will install a mirror image Batman clone, paint it different colors and call it Goliath.

 

Disney will respond by adding 5 more character meet and greets per park including a special adults-only after dark "meet and greet" with Mary Poppins called Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious - by appointment only.

 

Lurking in the shadows, an unexpected super power: Santa's Village Azoosment Park, having secretly amassed about a third of the country's GDP, will pay off government officials and perpetrate the world's largest hostile takeover in history, thereby gaining control of Six Flags and Disney in one fell swoop and becoming the world's largest theme park company.

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Makes plenty of sense. The bordering go kart area (which was also removed) would be an ideal location for the station of the ride, as well as to devote an actual queue area rather than the one SoB had that was just sort of "there" on the path to Flight Deck.

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I don't think I posted this in the thread yet, but a solid source told me to expect something similar to Leviathan for Kings Island in 2014.

 

I had an interesting thought about this. I recall in the IAAPA interview, when Walter Bolliger was asked why we had not seen inversions on a hyper coaster that he did not want to discuss that point. I cannot help but wonder if that could be related to SOB's replacement.....

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I don't think I posted this in the thread yet, but a solid source told me to expect something similar to Leviathan for Kings Island in 2014.

I had an interesting thought about this. I recall in the IAAPA interview, when Walter Bolliger was asked why we had not seen inversions on a hyper coaster that he did not want to discuss that point. I cannot help but wonder if that could be related to SOB's replacement.....

MOAR B&M SITTING COASTERS NAO.

 

In all seriousness, I think that a Behemoth-Leviathan relationship would be okay for Kings Island so long as the new coaster uses the standard trains (I would want the new coaster to use the standard trains regardless). Plus, you won't have the public complaining that the new coaster is a ripoff of Millennium Force.

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I had an interesting thought about this. I recall in the IAAPA interview, when Walter Bolliger was asked why we had not seen inversions on a hyper coaster that he did not want to discuss that point. I cannot help but wonder if that could be related to SOB's replacement.....

 

He most likely did not want to discuss that because he felt the question was unnecessary.

If a park wants a hyper coaster sized ride with inversions, there will be one. It's not really B&M's decision.

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