I hoping the excessive price tag is going to mean more of a decent lenght than an over priced gimmick.
Funny how Alton's ride's have gone downhill since thenneo said:Candy Holland is the Creative Director of Merlin Entertainment’s Park Development Team. She is responsible for overseeing the creative design of all Merlin’s latest attractions and has been working with Merlin/Tussauds since Oblivion.
It means they're going to build a clone, then go around the world and trash all the others, so that it's the only one left. My money is still on a big apple.Brookes said:I think it's interesting how it says: "We are going to be working extremely hard to make sure this ride is the only one of its kind in the world."
They actually said not so long ago that they weren't interested in Woodies, as the public see them as an 'old' coaster.Not to repeat myself but it could be a woodie with a beyond vertical drop.
Oh, but that sounds AWESOME! <3LiveForTheLaunch said:it will be a flying coaster that dives into the English Channel, and then morphs into a 4D coaster halfway through the ride, emerging from the English Channel into Paris, where it then loops around the Eiffel tower and then comes back to England.
This...Jake said:I really have no ideas of my own, but I'd say the most realistic would be some sort of gimmicky water coaster type thing where the flume is. Nobody REALLY cares about it any more, it takes up a lot of room and quite frankly, it's had it. It's funny how after the Thirteen fiasco there are people who are hyping this up already, then they'll be the first to kick up a fuss when it's a 'dissapointment' again.
PLEASE don't expect too much and you can only be pleasantly suprised. As much as I'd love a 500ft launched 4D coaster that gives me a prostate massage for the whole ride, I'm not counting my chickens yet.