Haunt this year is lackluster. Luckily, I'll be going to Halloween Horror Nights to enjoy their event!
Louisiana Scream also has a new location. It's located at International Festival...wherever that is.
Skyhawk looks really cool. I hope Wonderland releases a digital POV video.
How about Six Flags? Justice League: Battle for Metropolis is an amazing dark ride. I think Cedar Fair could compete with Six Flags.
- Aug 17, 2015 9:01 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Wonder Mountain's Guardian - New for 2014!
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This is how I would deal with those three situations: 1. I would do haunted house first because it's exit leads into Cornstalkers (in reality I would never ride Haunted House, so it doesn't matter). 2. I would wait until the end of the night when the lines are not as bad for both the mountain houses...
For clarification, we will get free admission into the park. Correct?
Source for this?
Roller Coaster Tycoon4 is being made. It's called Roller Coaster Tycoon World.
If this is the case, I have to head down to CP next season. I still haven't ridden Gatekeeper.
- Aug 04, 2015 9:58 am
- Forum: Other Amusement Parks
- Topic: Cedar Point - Sandusky, OH
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^If that is the case they should better advertise that waiting for the photo is optional.
I'm not a fan of the photo booth. They just slow down the line. I understand that they aren't going anywhere because they probably make money.
My favourite time of the year! What houses do you guys think are on the chopping block? My guess is Club Bloodl. It just hasn't been the same since they moved locations.
I think it was a water main break. This seems like too elaborate and expensive to just throw us, a small part of the public, off.
droptowerfan wrote:^Agreed very interesting indeed.
Anybody know if this is different from what they normally do for haunt?
It's not happening in late August or September.
To keep you guessing, Drop. That way, perhaps, they could keep this, 'very large project' a secret until we get a bit closer to 2016. If we could see the footers, we'd already have a pretty good idea of what we're getting. Perhaps, this is why we don't see as many stakes as we did towards the end o...