Absolutely! I'd personally love Europe's First Single Rail Coaster (but have the biggest amount of capacity possible for a Raptor and a custom layout but a similar size to Jersey Devil Coaster) or if possible, something like Taiga or Helix would be incredible!
At the start of this season, Walibi Rhone-Alpes gave details on its future "Exotic Island" themed area: 3 new features scheduled and €15 million in investments between 2022-2025. Aqualibi has closed its doors for good. The park also unveiled 2 concept arts! On the second image, there seems to be...
Yeah the original rumours were an RMC Raptor, an S&S Coaster which would be a follow-up to Maxx Force (so this does makes sense as the next S&S coaster in the chain) and a Premier Coaster project, as well as Zamperla family rides and a Screamin Swing.
SFMM - RMC Raptor
SFFT - S&S
Thorpe Park 2022/23:
What is everyone's predictions?
(My potential routes)
- Events Year
- Family Ride(s)
Probably the only routes of investment for next season tbh because 2022 is Gardaland's year, 2023 is Chessington's year, after that, its anyone's guess because you never know.
There are rumours around a Jumanji themed rollercoaster swirling all over atm so it should be interesting. I don't have a specific source but I know Dispatch (Coaster Bot News Channel) on Twitter said this!
In addition, Efteling will be constructing their new coaster in 2022, so we are looking at a 2023/24 opening
Btw there is also a tweet from the park to allow you to guess the name. Gave me an idea for the forum; What name do you all think it will be?
I guessed Falcon's Flyer, because the theme is set to be a major sport franchise locally in Atlanta (already knew that from the original announcement) so...
If the Nickelodeon Land IP is running out at the end of 2021, what is everyone's predictions for replacements of the area?
Plus, with Valhalla reopening in 2022, would they save money and wait till 2023, meaning the area would be closed from public access throughout the season (if the area was...
Its nearly a year since the last post on here, so I was thinking about the future of Blackpool Pleasure Beach. Obviously there is a debate on the future of Nickelodeon Land (Beaver Creek returning), as well as the long term future of certain attractions that could face the axe. Thoughts?
I voted for the Mack Extreme Spinning Coaster, because I think Hershand will want to create a coaster that will be a standout signature investment for the theme park, as a way of stamping their creative genius into the redevelopment of the park into becoming a 365-day amazingly beautifully...