I visited Universal Studios Hollywood yesterday, March 19. The crowds were light and I rode two new rollercoasters. The theming and overall feel to the park was stunning. I am so glad I now own a pass. Expect more Universal Studios Hollywood updates from AmusementVerse!
VALENCIA, Calif. — February 8, 2017 — Six Flags Entertainment Corporation, (NYSE:SIX) and Samsung Electronics America, Inc., the “Official Technology Partner” of the world’s largest regional theme park company, today announced its renewed collaboration on virtual reality roller coasters with the unveiling of a bold, innovative twist on the experience at Six Flags parks. Last spring, the two companies joined forces to introduce North America’s first Virtual Reality (VR) Roller Coasters using Samsung Gear VR powered by Oculus, and now in 2017— for the first time ever, riders will be offered a one-of-a-kind mixed reality experience that only Six Flags can deliver. Another world’s first—complex gameplay, where riders make key decisions during the course of the ride that can affect their scoring at the end. The New Revolution Galactic Attack makes its world debut at Six Flags Magic Mountain, near Los Angeles and Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, near San Francisco, offering park guests a thrilling, fully immersive ride of their lives as they battle to save the planet from an impending alien drone invasion.
I (@ack.studio/@magicmountain360) visited Disneyland for a private event from and had loads of fun with family members and no lines! It was a blast!
I, American Coaster Kings just recently visited Six Flags Magic Mountain. Holiday in the park was fun and put me in the holiday spirit. But the long lines made me leave the park.
KISSIMMEE, FL--Today we are excited to announce a HUGE Florida deal with The Gravity Group, an American based company out of Cincinnati, Ohio. As part of the deal The Gravity Group will custom design a new Roller Coaster that will be built for Fun Spot America's Kissimmee, Florida location.
I, American Coaster Kings, visited Six Flags Magic Mountain on Veteran's Day. Before I begin, I have to give thanks to all of those of have served and are serving our country. But without further adieu here is my trip report.
It is all but confirmed that Mean Streak will be modified by the Idaho manufacturing firm Rocky Mountain Construction for the 2018 season at Cedar Point. According to several sources and photos, steel ledgers and rusty red track as used on hybrid coasters such as Twisted Colossus, Iron Rattler, and Wicked Cyclone have arrived on site accompanied by a crane with the company name and logo. See more construction photos here!