if you'd asked me which of the two parks between himeji and conneat lake would be getting new construction vs demolition, I would never have guessed himeji... the day I went there I was the only person at the park and I had to wander around until I found employees to run the rusty old rides for me
rotating around the forward axis is a neat trick I can't particularly remember experiencing. since X2 rotates around the sideways axis, and spinning coasters rotate around the up/down axis, we have now officially completed the rotating coaster set.
up next- all 4 (?) remaining combinations
i am 100% in on spinning trains doing whatever crazy layouts we want. I remember the inversion on the weird-ass one at sega joypolis being an insane moment in an otherwise totally forgetable ride... all this ride to happiness things just look ****ed good
i bet they put the frogs there and then pointed the locals at it
damn, that would actually be a great 'producers' kinda scheme. but then you **** up and the frogs become invasive or something and the local council forces you to actually make hitlerworld, which turns out to be a rousing...
I purposefully organized a 10 hour layover in KL with the express purpose of riding supersonic odyssey. I actually do like it, it's just quite short---it was riding perfectly fine when I was there. There is very little else worth doing in the park though, so it only held my attention for a...
tbh, if any park in the US was gonna make a hagrid-type ride almost as good as the real thing, it would probably be dollywood or sdc. I'm interested in this, even if they already have firechaser, which imo is more kid-oriented than the mid-tier hagrid kinda coaster.