Ride Guide

MegaWhirl
By 23/12/2011 Read More →

MegaWhirl

by Gordon Rides/Larson Combining the thrill of a Whip with cars from the classic Tilt-a-Whirl, this brand new attraction from Gordon Rides and Larson International was engineered by Ride Centerline.

Happypillar
By 23/12/2011 Read More →

Happypillar

by Axes Inc It’s a train ride without a track! Operators of the Happypillar simply mark their own track on the floor with paint, gaffer tape (duct tape) or anything else that takes their fancy and the caterpillar-themed train faithfully follows it using sensors in each car.

Blackpool Pleasure Beach – More Than Just An Amusement Park
By 07/06/2011 Read More →

Blackpool Pleasure Beach – More Than Just An Amusement Park

by Professor Vanessa Toulmin This lavish new history of the famous UK park is published in large paperback format, totalling 144 pages.

Santa’s Village Gone Wild!
By 07/06/2011 Read More →

Santa’s Village Gone Wild!

by Christopher Dearman Let this be a lesson to anyone closing their park for good. A titillating exposé like this could be written about your facility!

By 07/06/2011 Read More →

Theme Park Design: Behind The Scenes With An Engineer

by Steve Alcorn This new book published over the winter is packed full of detail, though lacking in pictures.

Tape My Day
By 08/03/2011 Read More →

Tape My Day

Kees Albers, the man behind Tape My Day, reckons his product is different to all the other DVD systems that have come and gone from the amusement industry.

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InaBox Interactive Theater
By 09/03/2010 Read More →

InaBox Interactive Theater

by Alterface Alterface has developed a mobile version of its Interactive Theater.

Drop ‘n’ Twist
By 04/01/2010 Read More →

Drop ‘n’ Twist

by SBF/Visa This new tower ride by Italy’s SBF/Visa Group is available in a variety of different sizes. Each version comes complete with multiple ride patterns including shot, drop and bounce.

Bombay Sky Kopter
By 04/01/2010 Read More →

Bombay Sky Kopter

by BARPL Bombay Amusement Rides (BARPL) recently completed its first Bombay Sky Kopter. The family ride, built to an Italian design, stands 7-metres tall and has been shipped to Indonesia, where it has already proved very popular with children at Jawa Timur Park.

Suspended Polyp
By 04/01/2010 Read More →

Suspended Polyp

by Gerstlauer The German ride manufacturer Gerstlauer has introduced a new variation of the Polyp ride, complete with suspended seating. This flat ride features five arms supporting 40 seats in which riders’ legs hang free.

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