Category: Reviews

Scooby-Doo: Mystery of the Scary Swamp

Posted on October 11, 2009 in Reviews by

This is one of Six Flag’s 2 interactive dark rides. The other at Fiesta Texas, also themed to Scooby-Doo and the game.

You first wait through a very well swamp-like queue. Scary trees, shrubs, mist, all make you very excited. The station starts outside, but then goes into a building that is also very well blocked off. The whole ride takes...

Desperado Review

Posted on September 20, 2009 in Reviews by

In the hot deserts of Las Vegas, lies a massive steel monster.  Standing at over 200 feet, this coaster sends you plummeting downward into a mind blowing tunnel before sky rocketing upward.  From here the ride goes through many twists that will send you to the edge of insanity.  Desperado is the name, and scaring the pants off you is...

World’s Fastest…in 1978

Posted on September 18, 2009 in Reviews by


Built in 1978, Gemini was built as the world’s tallest and fastest roller coaster. It has a hybrid wood structure with a steel track. Many might think from the midway of the ride, that it is old. So people would assume the ride was rough. But that is totally not the case. The coaster glides over the track as one...

Verticle Velocity…3.2.1…Good-Bye!

Posted on September 16, 2009 in Reviews by

One of the most thrilling coasters at Six Flags Great America happens to be Verticle Velocity, also known as V2. It also happens to be my 2nd favorite coaster at the park.


Verticle Velocity launches you from 0-55 mpg in less then 4 seconds. Now this may not sound fast, but it does get pretty intense. Once the cart moves back on...

Choose your flyer!

There are 3 main types of flyers that you can ride all over the world. Some prefer this type, some prefer another. Lets see what they have to offer!


The first flyer we will take a visit to are the super-compact Zamperla flyers. These coasters arae not fot the senstation of height and speed, so do not expect them while riding....

Where has Laser gone?

Posted on September 15, 2009 in Reviews by

Many people have been questioning about the recent removal of Laser at Dorney Park in Allentown, Pennsylvania. The good news is, I got the answer of where it has been moved!


Laser was a classic Schwarzkopf looper built at Dorney Park in 1986. Its original name being Colossus with a red tracked white support color scheme. No one knows when the...

Sierra Sidewinder (Knotts Berry Farm) Review

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In 2007, Knotts Berry Farm introduced Sierra Sidewinder, a fast paced, spinning famil adventure.  Winding through the woods of Camp Snoopy, this one of a kind spinning coaster features sharp curves, helixes, and even a few drops that all come unexpected due to its spinning nature.

The ride begins with a turn out of the station and up the lift hill. ...