Here are a few pics from our visit to Adlabs Imagica today...
Adlabs Imagica was a very pretty park. It reminded me much of some of the nicer Chinese parks like Chimelong Paradise or the Happy Valley parks. And again, it's nice to see another country that puts effort in theming, not just slapping down roller coasters. There were some individual rides at Imagica that had more theming than most Six Flags parks.
The front of the park and their signature B&M floorless, Nitro!
Wrath of Gods is a special effects show which reminded me of Posiden's Fury at Islands of Adventure. Very well done.
Elissa hatched from a dinosaur egg? Who knew?
There was plenty of "streetmosphere" around the park.
The Wild West mine train was fun! Great theming around the coaster.
First drop in Nitro was funky and fun!
Nitro was a fun ride. Kind of reminded me of Insane Speed or Batman at Six Flags New England.
The haunted house was amazing! Park dark ride, part live scareactors with a "surprise" ending! Seriously one of the better dark rides we've done!
And for dark ride fans there is also a shooting dark ride!
Deep Space was IMO the surprise of the park! (This and the haunted house.) An indoor launched Premier coaster that felt "different."
Where most of the B&M elements all felt familiar, Deep Space was snappy, quick, and some moments of airtime where you wouldn't expect it!
There was also a little dark ride section before the launch. Really reminded me of Europa Park's Blue Fire!
While it's not OMFG intense, Deep Space really did take us by surprise. The launch was fun, inversions were quick, and while there was one trim brake where I wished there wasn't, it didn't detract from us having a BLAST on the ride! (Literally!)
To round out the focus on dark rides and theming, Imagica's "Jurassic Park" style dinosaur ride was also great! Really felt the park had a nice balance of attractions! Pretty sure India will become a TPR tour at some point in the near future! ;)
Overall, great day at Adlabs Imagica. This park should help put India "on the map" for theme parks. We will have a full report with videos and photos soon!
Last edited by robbalvey on Mon Feb 17, 2014 2:30 am.
That park looks incredible indeed. From the pictures it looks like they really went a 100% on getting decent theming. Do you know if the park is part of a chain/franchise or is it completely independent, because that would make it even more impressive.
That first drop on Nitro does look fun. Do they have that way because of a height restriction? The premier ride looks like a fun coaster and love that it has a little pre-show during the ride. Also, I really want to know what the surprise ending is on the dark ride. The park looks great from the photos posted.
Last edited by Mrlittle on Sat Feb 15, 2014 6:40 am.
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