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Re: NEWS: Santa's Village to become The Azoosment Park

Postby Mr. Corn » Sat Sep 24, 2016 4:48 pm

I would like to see a Switchback clone, with a bigger drop, and then extend the spike taller and tilt it backwards, so you'd fall beyond vertical backwards down the spike. Just imagine that

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Re: NEWS: Santa's Village to become The Azoosment Park

Postby RollingCoasting » Sat Sep 24, 2016 5:32 pm

What if this coaster is actually going to be better than SFGAm's Joker? I wonder how that'll affect crowds

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Re: NEWS: Santa's Village to become The Azoosment Park

Postby DirkFunk » Sat Sep 24, 2016 6:01 pm

There's a lot of wish list stuff happening for something that's probably just an Interpark Zyklon/Galaxi. Y'all need to slow your roll.

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Re: NEWS: Santa's Village to become The Azoosment Park

Postby Mr. Corn » Sat Sep 24, 2016 6:15 pm

DirkFunk wrote:There's a lot of wish list stuff happening for something that's probably just an Interpark Zyklon/Galaxi. Y'all need to slow your roll.


Yeah, we're starting to sound like the people in the Kings Dominion thread....

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Re: NEWS: Santa's Village to become The Azoosment Park

Postby TheJewelOfJool » Sat Sep 24, 2016 6:17 pm

Even though it's pretty lackluster compared to other rides that are about the same size, an Interpark Zyklon would be a good fit at the park. It's cheap, and a thrilling addition for smaller, family owned parks.

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Re: NEWS: Santa's Village to become The Azoosment Park

Postby Geauga Dog » Sat Sep 24, 2016 7:02 pm

Didn't they already have a Galaxi-type coaster that lasted a year and then they removed it? They said it was a big announcement so I think it's something better than that.

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Re: NEWS: Santa's Village to become The Azoosment Park

Postby DirkFunk » Sat Sep 24, 2016 7:34 pm

Geauga Dog wrote:Didn't they already have a Galaxi-type coaster that lasted a year and then they removed it? They said it was a big announcement so I think it's something better than that.


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There's the front of Wade Shows' new Galaxi. Now look at those hints again.

A brand new Galaxi coaster is a HUGE get for a small family amusement park that was abandoned for a few years. Yes: they had a similar coaster from Fun Spot. And that ride had a number of mechanical gremlins that a brand new ride wouldn't be likely to have when coupled with manufacturer support and the like. Sorry to be that dude, but "THEY SAID ITS HUGE ITS GOTTA BE A TREX/EL LOCO" type stuff needs to stop. It doesn't help anyone.

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Re: NEWS: Santa's Village to become The Azoosment Park

Postby RollingCoasting » Sat Sep 24, 2016 7:45 pm

Might have to make it to the park next year if they're getting a new coaster (Regardless of what is)

As of right now, though, I think I'd rather go to Donely's Wild West. Their kiddie coaster has ejector airtime XD

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Re: NEWS: Santa's Village to become The Azoosment Park

Postby DirkFunk » Sat Sep 24, 2016 7:54 pm

RollingCoasting wrote:Might have to make it to the park next year if they're getting a new coaster (Regardless of what is)

As of right now, though, I think I'd rather go to Donely's Wild West. Their kiddie coaster has ejector airtime XD


Credits aren't getting themselves. I'll go - doesn't seem like now is the best time given that they have nothing that is intended for an adult. At least this isn't totally embarrassing to ride without a kid.

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Re: NEWS: Santa's Village to become The Azoosment Park

Postby RollingCoasting » Sat Sep 24, 2016 8:04 pm

If you're talking about Donely's, I didn't go as an adult lol. My 5th grade class (This was quite a few years ago) had a field trip to Donely's and we basically got ERT on the coaster. I was expecting a tame, kiddie coaster, but I found myself grasping the lap-bar. I'd say it's worth a trip, they have a nice train ride as well

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