Discussion in 'Roller Coaster Construction' started by CrashCoaster, Oct 8, 2017.
Looks like The Blair Witch Project.
Good overhead view of full layout testing.
Someone get in that ferris wheel with a long zoom lens. That view is giving me heart palpitations.
Someone give me a high resolution panorama of the whole ride on a gorgeous, sunny day - I need a new dual screen wallpaper
Amanda likes the look of it too...
bLAcKpOOL rmC GigA!!1
If Amanda puts an RMC of any form into Blackpool Pleasure Beach in the near future, it could potentially become the UK's coaster enthusiast mecca; a Mack launch coaster and an RMC in one park, alongside all of the other cool coasters in Blackpool, sounds like a lot of people's dream coaster park!
She probably just did this because she knew she'd get a lot of attention from enthusiasts about it.
Or maybe she just thought it looked neat?
Hopefully it's an "oh my, what did I just buy"
Aren't all the woodies in Blackpool Pleasure Beach designated as historical landmarks, by the city of Blackpool? If she did indeed buy an RMC I would bet on it being a Raptor to fill Wild Mouse's spot
Or it's an "Oh my, I can't believe how much people read into everything on the internet"?
Jk, she's probably shaken over how drawn out this thing looks.
Well that certainly looks sexy. Hard to tell how the last third of ride will be but most of it looks like a solid pace.
I'm still getting over that someone described a 180ft near vertical wooden coaster with multiple inversions as looking bland.
I think we may have reached peak spoilt coaster enthusiast apathy.
This thing is just gorgeous. And i love the first double up. Sometimes feel RMC go all out weird elements just for the hell of it and this ride seems to incorperate at least a couple of airtime hills (both here and the 2nd entrance to that turnaround after the zero-g) that dont have any weird banking and will give just a good old fashioned airtime party.
After seeing these new test runs at a GOOD speed, I'll take back most of what I've about it. The layout is nowhere near as amazing as it could have been, but the speed it's running at looks fantastic.
Everything about this. And we still don't know if it'll be any better or worse than Steel Vengeance yet.
The woodies, yes. But BPB has this big coaster from the early 90's whose track profiling is a little sub-par by today's standards ... Who says every RMC job has to be a woodie?
Well, all the woodies except for Nick Streak. That isn't actually a listed structure.
Ride is opening next Thursday! (28th March):-
Is... is that an attempted drone POV?
That was fast, though - feels like they only started testing last week.
Can't wait to see a proper POV and start to hear the feedback from riders.
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