I had the idea at King's Dominion after I got off Anaconda (clearly I was not in the right mind!) Why can't Intamin scrap the track and redo it RMC type style? Keep the same basic layout but it'd be much taller, faster, smoother and could do some more. While at it, Dominator is such a waste of potential to me. Instead of the turn into the MCBR there should be a zero g roll, and some more elements after it.
And...remove the trim hill on I305 and smoothen the end out, add another launch to Volcano and lengthen that ride. Basically make me KD Czar for one year
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If and when Disney ever decides to create another Tower of Terror, may I suggest a theme and more importantly, where to put it? Shanghai Disneyland ~ (new) Toy Story Land, at the "back of it" ~ Back structure of ToT bldg. is towards the actual Toy Story Hotel itself.
Call it (wait for it) The "NEW" Toy Story Hotel ~ Entire show building a bit smaller, and made up with toys that "build" things, like building blocks, timber logs, K'Nex, ConstruX, with other toys as detailing. On that back exposed wall too, so the actual TSH guests can see toys at work, lol.
Backstory: " This is the brand NEW HOTEL that the toys themself, have built for their fans to come and 'actually stay in Toy Story Land,' etc. But as it is with such things, and these toys, things go wrong, and the Hotel has been under construction since it supposedly "opened." But guests are still given tours of the Hotel, in hopes that they will still decide to stay there." And still, everything goes funnily wrong, including the drops, rooms upside down, Animatronic toys within the levels' structure and maybe on each vehicle, as well?
Could be. I think it would be awesome if they could actually create and build a Tower of Terror that is actually..... funny and happy, for families as well as thrill riders, like Toy Story Land.
^ Actually, it would be kind of fun if they could create a smaller version of it (make it just two drop zones?), and place it at the back of the new Toy Story Land in Hollywood Studios, facing towards The Original? All "toyed up" and looking like it does? Works for me!
P.S. I also believe, putting the Shanghai ToT in TSL would help draw some of the crowds at Soarin' over to the other side of the park, better. As well as TRON. Worth a try, hmm? As well, if they "toyed up" the back of TRON, it would be a Bonus View, to those staying at TSH with that view!
We had this thought with my dad while queuing for 1h40 the other day (yeah, Flying Theaters have quite a low capacity...): What if, instead putting shops at ride exits, we put them right in the queue line? Instead of fences, you have shelves filled with products! And buying items will make you go at a cash register and cut throught one switchback! The more you buy the less you wait!
(note: this is obviously a sarcastic idea... but I somehow feel something along those lines will come sooner or later anyway)
KingRCT3 wrote:We had this thought with my dad while queuing for 1h40 the other day (yeah, Flying Theaters have quite a low capacity...): What if, instead putting shops at ride exits, we put them right in the queue line?
Don't they have something like that in the Smiler queue?
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Confirmed by the park, but not yet officially announced: new roller coaster at Oaks Amusement Park for 2018, replacing their Pinfari ZL-42. So far, it's only been described as "extreme," plus a seeming hint from the park that it'll be better than Looping Thunder. I'm hoping the full announcement comes on August 16.
More likely: an El Loco, Eurofighter or similar ride. I'm guessing the ride will have at least one inversion, since it wouldn't seem right to replace Looping Thunder with a non-inverting ride.
Possible: a first-of-its kind compact coaster. You never know what they might've seen at IAAPA...
Less likely: a new-school compact wooden coaster. There's an old rumor that the park (or its owner) was not interested in a traditional woodie, but it'd be perfect for a classic amusement park that's had three wooden coasters.
Less likely: a spinning mouse (seems like a good fit for the park, which had a classic wild mouse before Looping Thunder...but doesn't seem "extreme" enough and probably wouldn't invert).
Very unlikely [crosses fingers]: a non-coaster flat ride marketed as a coaster. They already have a Disk'O, and I'm hoping they wouldn't do that to us...but there's still the possibility of a Larson looper or somesuch...
I'm also making an educated guess that it'll take up the space of Looping Thunder, but that's not a given...
I'd love to see an enormous S&S Screamin' Swing. Like, not 120 or 130 foot swings. How about, 300+ foot swings? Or even bigger? Just imagine how utterly terrifying it would be to be on a giant swing that swings as high as a giga coaster?
The two limiting factors, I imagine, are the G-forces exerted on the riders when swinging downwards and the amount of stress the structure can handle. I'm going to school for civil engineering, so maybe one day...
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