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The Beast
05-10-2001, 04:47 PM
Does anybody have any ideas for new theme parks? Like companies that are already famous, building theme parks (eg. LegoLand.)I think a NintendoLand would be great. Just think Donkey Kong's River Adventure, F-Zero Raceway, Kirby's Dream Flight, Mario's Pipe Coaster, and Ganon's Revenge. All of those rides would be great. I seriously think they should take it into consideration. What do you think?

franklelock
05-10-2001, 05:18 PM
that's an awesome idea. here are some of my ideas for "nintendo land"
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<BR>donkey kong tree power tower.(shaped like tree with seats looking like DK)
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<BR>suspended single rail: Kazooie's flight(with appropriately shaped cars)
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<BR>dark ride: Bowser's castle, climbing to the top where Mario saves the day in a climatic final battle
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<BR>interactive shootemup dark ride: Star Fox Starcruiser( first inverted interactive ride)
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<BR>Bomberman's Bumperboat bay-bumperboats
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<BR>Diddy Kong Prix- gokart track designed with the cartoonish look of the game's cars
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<BR>steel wild mouse- Mario Kart 64 feet high(each car different)
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<BR>kiddie dumbo ride- Yoshi bouncers
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<BR>and the big coaster- The Legend of Zelda: the Rollercoaster of Time(looping coaster with every different type of inversion possible)
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<BR>now those are some ideas!
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The Beast
05-10-2001, 06:48 PM
Great ideas! One small problem with the Bomerman one though. Nintendo doesn't own the rights to Bomberman. The Starfox thing would be really cool though, but how about a Perfect Dark shooter? All the kindie rides could be on Yoshi's Island. And at the basement of Bowser's Castle could be Bowser's Arcade with every Nintendo game ever made, availible to play free of charge.

Tyler Eaves
05-10-2001, 06:52 PM
Well, Segas amusement park concept didn't exactly burn the house down...

The Beast
05-11-2001, 04:33 PM
Well thats Sega. Nintendo has always ooutdone Sega at everything. Think about it, who's more recognizable, Mario or Sonic? Plus where was this Sega park located again? And how much money did they spend on it? If Nintendo tried they could easilt pull this thing off.

Medusa1861
05-11-2001, 05:30 PM
That is a good idea but I don't think Nintendo makes enough money to do that.The most horrible thing would be a sony park. I would want to go to Nintendo Park with those ideas how about a floorless called Luigi the final battle or something with Luigi or with Super Smash Bros. one of the most selling games in the world

Medusa1861
05-11-2001, 05:35 PM
Wait i know a whole section filled with Pokemon stuff like pikachu's Thunderbolt. A drop Tower called Siezmic Toss

The Beast
05-11-2001, 08:13 PM
Nintendo definitaly has the money. Video games are a big selling business, and Nintendo's games are always at number one on the top selling charts. I think they have enough money to do this just from all the Pokemon stuff.

DBCooper
05-12-2001, 10:38 AM
(Frankly, I'm surprised Joe McNally hasn't pulled the magic lever and sent this one to parks, but what the heck. <IMG SRC="/phpBB/images/smiles/icon_wink.gif">)
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<BR>I'd like to see a full-on Warner Brothers/DC Comics park. Oh, sure, Six Flags has the rights, and has named and themed some coasters, but have they given WB or DC the same treatment Universal's IOA gives Marvel? Hardly.
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<BR>That's what I want. I want to be able to visit the Daily Planet... try on a prototype suit of armor at Lexcorp (Perhaps virtual reality--perhaps MIB-style... or perhaps something else)... see what it's like to run as fast as the Flash... wield the ring of the Green Lantern (here, I'm thinking biofeedback or brain wave induction).
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<BR>You know--simple stuff. Since a WB theme park would have to have coasters (at least in my world), how about a few characters that never seem to get their own?
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<BR>Animaniacs: The Warners Escape
<BR>Batman Beyond
<BR>Hysteria! (nah, just kidding; I hate that show)
<BR>Freakazoid!
<BR>Aquaman: Go Talk to the Fish (kidding again)
<BR>Aquaman: Fight for Atlantis (serious this time, and you KNOW it would be a coaster with some water)
<BR>Lex Luthor's Lex-Mover (A WEDWay People Mover prototype that doesn't quite work out?)
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<BR>There's all sorts of untapped potential for dark rides, wild mouse tracks, entertainment shows, 4-D, water rides, food, merch, the whole schmear.
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<BR>Does anyone have about $4.3 billion I could borrow?

The Beast
05-12-2001, 12:54 PM
Good ideas, but does anybody really have that much interest in comic books these days?

CoolCoasterKid
05-12-2001, 01:09 PM
Cool Idea. I would like it if they had a dueling steel coaster, called Mario and Luigi. That would also be cool if they had a three-tracked racing wooden coaster, each one named after one of the fairies in Zelda.

Tyler Eaves
05-12-2001, 01:13 PM
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DBCooper
05-12-2001, 05:38 PM
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<BR>Good ideas, but does anybody really have that much interest in comic books these days?
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<BR>Interest in comic books waxes and wanes, but DC Comics tend to stay popular--as does animation (which also waxes and wanes, but less so, as far as I've seen).
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<BR>Comic sales have peaked as of the end of 2000, but the collector's market remains strong. As always, DC, Marvel, and the better independents will survive the inevitable purge that's just about due.
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<BR>Getting back to the idea of theme parks, DC Comics characters are basically part of pop culture, just like Marvel's characters. I mean, if you mention Superman, Batman, etc., most people instantly know what you mean.
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<BR>Backed up with really well-designed rides (especially dark rides with good story and interaction, not to mention massive special effects), and you have a potential winner.

The Beast
05-12-2001, 06:21 PM
True, however most of this has already been done. Each Six Flags psrk has there own super heros area and IOA has an island for them. I think a whole new theme park will confuse people. When you say Batman they'll say "wait, you mean the one at six flags or ..." you see what im saying

DBCooper
05-12-2001, 08:45 PM
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<BR>True, however most of this has already been done. Each Six Flags psrk has there own super heros area and IOA has an island for them. I think a whole new theme park will confuse people. When you say Batman they'll say "wait, you mean the one at six flags or ..." you see what im saying
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<BR>Please read my original post. IOA only handles Marvel super heroes. Six Flags has done very little, except for ride signs and keychains, from what I understand... or is there a Six Flags park out there that takes you <i>into</i> Metropolis or Gotham City? I'm talking about taking what Universal did with Marvel and going further with DC. Also, and this keeps getting missed, I would have an area featuring the most popular Warner Brothers characters--old AND new. So in addition to the Looney Tunes ride signs currently employed by Six Flags, I would build entire areas based on, say, the Animaniacs.
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<BR>I understand that Universal's Islands of Adventure have Toon Lagoon and Marvel Super Hero Island. However, Toon Lagoon is based on the Universal Syndicate comic strips and cartoons by Jay Ward (Dudley Do-Right, Rocky and Bullwinkle) and Elsie Segar (Popeye and Bluto).
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<BR>Don't get me wrong. I like Jay Ward, and to a lesser extent, ELsie Segar. But certainly there's room for this level of theming with better-known cartoonage.
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<BR>Imagine an interactive Freakazoid! adventure. (And yes, I know, the premise of having a kid's computer turn him into a superhero was lame. But FZ himself is reasonably nifty.)<BR><BR><font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: DBCooper on 2001-05-12 20:52 ]</font>

Longhorn
05-13-2001, 04:49 PM
They should make a simpsons themepark

The Beast
05-13-2001, 09:04 PM
I like Longhorn's idea. Simpsons rule!!!

Tycoon
05-13-2001, 09:33 PM
My younger brother and I once tried a Nintendo-themed park in Roller Coaster Tycoon. It was pretty cool. The main attraction was a dueling inverted coaster called TWINROVA (Zelda: Ocarina of Time).

The Beast
05-15-2001, 09:29 PM
I think we should write a letter to nintendo and get this thing going, it would be soooo cool if they actually did this.

ChrisFL
05-15-2001, 11:01 PM
There was a brief rumor about a Simpsons ride going in somewhere at Universal, but it was shot down quickly as bogus.

shallowdays
05-16-2001, 12:15 AM
matt groening (creator of the simpsons) was asked in an interview what he would do if futurama was sucessfull to which he replied he would build a theme park

The Beast
05-16-2001, 04:37 PM
Sweet!!!

The Beast
05-21-2001, 03:30 PM
Its not very successful though

franklelock
05-21-2001, 03:53 PM
Simpsons would be cool, and i think an entire nickelodeon park would be kinda cool (so i'm too old to watch it? who cares!)

The Beast
05-21-2001, 04:06 PM
I still think that Nintendo would definitaly be the best.

Billenium Force
05-21-2001, 05:09 PM
I think the coolest theme park would be a "sands of time" park, that took you inside all the cool stuff you see in the movies and on tv. basically, it would have scenery and attractions based around what you see in movies like Gladiator, or the Mummy, with themed areas for each era or time period. Like a lifelike model of Rome during its glory days, Medieval castles for the middle ages, pyramids and egyptian stuff from that era. You bring it into the 20th century and have a small section for each decade, or just the roaring 20's or 50's or something. If you wanted, you could make a future section that could have futuristic technology and stuff. I recently watched the Mummy returns and Gladiator and I thought of how cool it would be to go into one of those palaces or tombs. I just think it would be really cool. Add in some world class coasters and it would rock!

FreakEBear
05-22-2001, 03:33 PM
Since my birthday is Halloween and it's my favorite holiday, I would love to see a park, or at least a ride, themed to Tim Burton's "The Nightmare Before Christmas". I know Holiday World already has a Halloween themed area but you really can never get too much Halloween, can you?

franklelock
05-22-2001, 03:46 PM
nightmare before christmas would make a great dark ride. <IMG SRC="/phpBB/images/smiles/icon_smile.gif">

The Beast
05-22-2001, 04:08 PM
I hear they're transforming the exterior of Haunted Mansion to a Nightmare Before Christmas theme.

The Beast
05-23-2001, 03:48 PM
Although I think there could be a better name for it, I think the Sands of Time idea is great!!!!!!!!! That would be so cool. The only problem is, who's going to build it? Universal sounds like the only possibilty.

Diehlin
05-23-2001, 05:22 PM
Porno World <IMG SRC="/phpBB/images/smiles/icon_wink.gif">

DBCooper
05-23-2001, 07:28 PM
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<BR>Although I think there could be a better name for it, I think the Sands of Time idea is great!!!!!!!!! That would be so cool. The only problem is, who's going to build it? Universal sounds like the only possibilty.
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<BR>Actually, since Paramount also runs a chain of parks, they could also build something like this, but only if they decided they wanted to really go in for heavy theming. I've never been to a Paramount park, but from the discussion I've been reading here, they don't really rely much on scenery. I find that odd coming from Viacom (Paramount's owner), which tends toward immersive experiences (that can be merchandised every which way).
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<BR>By the way, Paramount also produces Star Trek... shame the only themed attraction that capitalizes on this is Star Trek: the Experience. I mean, I hear it's great, but it would be really nice to see other stuff themed on Star Trek.

NITOR
05-23-2001, 07:46 PM
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<BR>Porno World <IMG SRC="/phpBB/images/smiles/icon_wink.gif">
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<BR>Werd. I think you would ride more than the coasters there, too.

The Beast
05-23-2001, 08:15 PM
Please stop being stupid

Billenium Force
05-23-2001, 10:26 PM
It would certainly be a massive undertaking.
<BR>But wouldn't it be awesome??
<BR>Being transported back into history would be so cool.
<BR>Sands of Time is pretty corny, I admit. Its just what I came up with off the top of my head.
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<BR>Maybe if they built this in Nevada, close to the CA border, they could have casinos that would create enough draw to get people there. The casinos would ensure cash flow as well. They can also discourage people, though.
<BR>Maybe someday we'll see something like this.
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The Beast
05-27-2001, 04:53 PM
Yeah

Skittlebrau
05-27-2001, 06:03 PM
Tear down Elitch Gardens in Colorado and replace it with South Park.
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<BR>-Big Gay Al's Big Gay Water Flume
<BR>-Wooden Racers: Mr. Hat vs. Mr. Twig
<BR>-Twitch (mad mouse coaster)
<BR>-Cartman: The Ride (Hyper with a big Cartman sign on the lift hill structure, like Mickey on California Screamin')
<BR>-Timmy's Two-wheelers (bumper cars shaped like wheelchairs)
<BR>-Cheesy poofs and chocolate chicken pot pies sold at every food stand
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<BR>and last but not least
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<BR>-Kenny (a dark ride with EXTREME head-chopper effects, if you know what I mean)
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Nosk8er
05-27-2001, 06:10 PM
what was segas park idea?

ltngrcr9051
05-27-2001, 06:45 PM
I think that a DC Comics park to the degree of IOA's Marvel would be great, like having better theming, and actual stories. Plus, the possibility of a Harry Potter park tickles my fancies, except for all of the overprotective parents at the gate protesting, partially because they've never read the darned books, and don't know them at all.

The Beast
05-27-2001, 07:43 PM
What would they be protesting about?

DBCooper
05-28-2001, 12:07 AM
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<BR>What would they be protesting about?
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<BR>Unfortunately, some people have a big problem with Harry Potter because they believe the series promotes "Satanic beliefs" and other utter nonsense.
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<BR>Interestingly enough, a "Reader's Digest" reader wrote a letter printed in the March or April issue that mentioned a "news" story in a magazine called The Onion about the "fact" that series author J.K. Rowling admitted that the series is actually Satanic.
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<BR>The "Reader's Digest" letters editor had to break the sad news to the writer that The Onion is the nation's largest humor newspaper, and that every article is satire.
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<BR>However, I would agree that a Harry Potter themed area, or even an entire park, would have a lot of entertainment potential.

The Beast
05-28-2001, 12:31 AM
Yeah

junebugg
05-28-2001, 01:29 AM
Anheuser-Busch has done a great job with both BGW & BGT. They've done Europe and Africa and now I'd like to see them do Asia and the South Pacific. Imagine rides themed after Shogun Warriors and conquerers like Genghis Khan! The possibilities would be endless.
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DBCooper
05-28-2001, 12:01 PM
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<BR>Anheuser-Busch has done a great job with both BGW & BGT. They've done Europe and Africa and now I'd like to see them do Asia and the South Pacific. Imagine rides themed after Shogun Warriors and conquerers like Genghis Khan! The possibilities would be endless.
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<BR>Wow! That is a great idea. In addition to the obvious ride themes, there's the exotic food and entertainment possibilities...
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<BR>Perhaps even an adults-only themed area based on Thailand! Oh, wait. This is A-B we're talking about. Ah, well.

The Beast
05-28-2001, 01:58 PM
Yeah, that would be great. I'd like to see Australia too!

The Beast
05-31-2001, 03:40 PM
Any other ideas?

cewldre
05-31-2001, 10:35 PM
I really liked Nintendo land. I would like to add a few things:
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<BR>Pilotwings: the ride - suspended coaster
<BR>Mario Party: Launch coaster that twists and turns beyond belief, like someone would do at a party.
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<BR>I think the best idea for a thrill park would have to be Dragon Ball Z. Or any anime for that matter but mostly Dragon Ball z. You could have:
<BR>Gokuvs.Freiza- dueling coaster
<BR>Super Saiyan: the ride- a launched coaster
<BR>Krillin land- Kiddie land (lol)
<BR>Cell Games- 3D view of you verse cell
<BR>Hyperbolic Time chamber- Water ride that takes you up and around for what seems to be an eternity and then drops you.

cewldre
05-31-2001, 10:45 PM
Oh and by the way I dont care if you dont like my DBZ idea, I think it would be an awesome park and I would defiinetely go there.

DBCooper
05-31-2001, 11:26 PM
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<BR>Oh and by the way I dont care if you dont like my DBZ idea, I think it would be an awesome park and I would defiinetely go there.
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<BR>DBZ would be a hit with kids and young adults, but I'm extremely unsure the appeal would last. I mean, I'm a huge Space Cruiser Yamato and Gatchaman fan, but I don't think they are as appealing to today's youth as they were to my generation.
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<BR>There's probably enough pop to turn the show into a themed area at a particular park or parks.

theriddler
05-31-2001, 11:45 PM
DBCooper, at SFMM they have Gotham City Backlot, which has Batman the Ride, and a few flat rides. Its themed to Gotham City.

DBCooper
05-31-2001, 11:49 PM
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<BR>DBCooper, at SFMM they have Gotham City Backlot, which has Batman the Ride, and a few flat rides. Its themed to Gotham City.
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<BR>I'll have a look at that when I have the money. Is it close to what IoA has done with Marvel?

Matt M
06-02-2001, 12:01 PM
A park themed to the four seasons.
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<BR>Winterland, summerland, springland, autumnland, u get the idea.

Anaconda
06-02-2001, 12:54 PM
I think a Pokemon Theme Park would be cool.
<BR>Some ride ideas:
<BR>Pikachu's Thunderbolt: A classic Woodie
<BR>Solarbeam: A launched coaster like Hulk
<BR>Flight of Fearow: A Vekoma or B&M Flying
<BR>and some others, I just can't think of them right now.
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theriddler
06-02-2001, 03:06 PM
dbcooper-
<BR> ive never been to ioa, but i doubt its as ieractive as ioas marvel themed areas. still, it is basically a lifesize small area of gotham city, and i think they themed it nicely, thought theres only like 4 things to do there.
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SFGAdvGal
06-02-2001, 07:24 PM
cartoon network should make their own park
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<BR>some ideas for rides:
<BR>a B&M launched flying (they'll make one someday)themed to the powerpuff girls. each row would have a seat for blossom (pink seat and red restraints), Bubbles (blue seat and yellow restraints, Buttercup (green seat with black restraints),
<BR>and the Professor (white seat with black restraints)
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<BR>it would start off in the powerpuff girls home. They'd recieve a call from the mayor telling them that all the villians of townsville are causing havoc through the town. Then you'd here blossom say, "lets go girls!" BOOM! launch up the lift hill into a zero-g roll. Next to each terrifying element, a villian would be laughing menacingly. After the brakerun, the girls spring into action. Interlocking corkscrews would be the battle between the girls and the villians. a helix would tie them up. Back into the station. As you walk out through a pink and red striped heart shape tunnel, you hear the narrator saying, "The day is saved, thanks to the powerpuff girls!" out of the tunnel would be a humungo powerpuff girls store.
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<BR>mojo jojo's tower drop ride
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<BR>dumbo like ride except with bubble's stuffed animal octi
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<BR>dexter's invention gone mad impulse coaster
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<BR>johnny bravo's hyper in the red convertible
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<BR>courage the cowardly dog dark ride through a haunted house
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<BR>mike lu and og's log flume
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<BR>sheep in the big city simulator through the city that would include falling off a skyscraper
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<BR>thats all for now but i'm bound to think of more soon
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DBCooper
06-02-2001, 07:30 PM
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<BR> ive never been to ioa, but i doubt its as ieractive as ioas marvel themed areas. still, it is basically a lifesize small area of gotham city, and i think they themed it nicely, thought theres only like 4 things to do there.
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The Beast
06-14-2001, 03:51 PM
anybody else?

coastergenius100
06-14-2001, 08:45 PM
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<BR>That sucks becuase that show is awesome and hilarious.

OrlandoCoaster
06-14-2001, 09:10 PM
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<BR>On 2001-05-28 13:58, The Beast wrote:
<BR>Yeah, that would be great. I'd like to see Australia too!
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<BR>As someone who has been to Australia, and don't get me wrong, but it is very similar to the USA. I would suggest instead of going to a pseudo Australia theme park, save your money and go to the real thing!

DBCooper
06-16-2001, 12:06 AM
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<BR>On 2001-06-02 19:24, SFGAdvGal wrote:
<BR>cartoon network should make their own park
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<BR>some ideas for rides:
<BR>a B&M launched flying (they'll make one someday)themed to the powerpuff girls. each row would have a seat for blossom (pink seat and red restraints), Bubbles (blue seat and yellow restraints, Buttercup (green seat with black restraints),
<BR>and the Professor (white seat with black restraints)
<BR>
<BR>it would start off in the powerpuff girls home. They'd recieve a call from the mayor telling them that all the villians of townsville are causing havoc through the town. Then you'd here blossom say, "lets go girls!" BOOM! launch up the lift hill into a zero-g roll. Next to each terrifying element, a villian would be laughing menacingly. After the brakerun, the girls spring into action. Interlocking corkscrews would be the battle between the girls and the villians. a helix would tie them up. Back into the station. As you walk out through a pink and red striped heart shape tunnel, you hear the narrator saying, "The day is saved, thanks to the powerpuff girls!" out of the tunnel would be a humungo powerpuff girls store.
<BR>
<BR>mojo jojo's tower drop ride
<BR>
<BR>dumbo like ride except with bubble's stuffed animal octi
<BR>
<BR>dexter's invention gone mad impulse coaster
<BR>
<BR>johnny bravo's hyper in the red convertible
<BR>
<BR>courage the cowardly dog dark ride through a haunted house
<BR>
<BR>mike lu and og's log flume
<BR>
<BR>sheep in the big city simulator through the city that would include falling off a skyscraper
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<BR>thats all for now but i'm bound to think of more soon
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<BR>The only things I would add would include:
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<BR>Ed, Edd, and Eddy's Shell game (sort of a Super Scrambler, but more so);
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<BR>The Time Squad History Quiz;
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<BR>I Am Weasel: The Ride;
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<BR>and punctuation. <IMG SRC="/phpBB/images/smiles/icon_wink.gif"> (Sorry...)

Matt M
06-16-2001, 08:01 AM
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<BR> What about a Pepsi or Coca Cola Land?
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<BR> Already have Pepsi Max Big One in another park in Europe! HEHEHEHEHEHEHE!

LoCoSuMo
06-16-2001, 09:55 AM
I think Michigan needs another park so I think they could get Kellogs to sponser it. All Kellogs would need at the park is a couple people dressed up as cereal caracters. It's not the most imaginitaive idea here but it is the most logical. Nintindo would be cool to have, but in between systems they get pretty low on cash. At one time there was talks of Sony buying them out.

The Beast
06-17-2001, 10:02 AM
With all the Pokemon merchandise selling out, I think they have the cash.

CPFan
06-17-2001, 02:01 PM
Maybe a nintendo land. Another movie company would probably make a park, since there are movie themed parks already out there. Maybe even a hotel chain, because Marriot built a park an Gurnee Illinios. Then the park was later bought by 6 flags.

Matt M
06-17-2001, 07:15 PM
<BR> Person who wrote Porno World, im 13, usually my mom is in the same room as me, for my sake please keep that to urself, *****also, that might actually make money, Clinton would be the sponser*****

Matt M
06-17-2001, 07:21 PM
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<BR> What about president land?
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Nosk8er
06-17-2001, 10:33 PM
what about a back to the future park, there could be different lands from different times, and if they could do an updated simulator it could rival spidey

Inferno
08-11-2001, 11:05 PM
There needs to be a new major park chain other than Six Flags, Busch, Cedar Fair, and Paramount(the main US chains).

X-Flight Knight
08-11-2001, 11:19 PM
Ahhh...let's not limit ourselves to Nintendo. Let's see...


1. Interactive Shoot-Em-Up Dark Ride- RESIDENT EVIL: THE RIDE

2. 350 Ft. Tall Gigacoaster- CRASHCOASTER (Crash Bandicoot)

3. 170 Ft. Tall Flying Coaster- SPYRO'S DRAGON FLIGHT

4. State-of-the-art bumper cars- TWISTED METAL

5. 600 Ft. LIM-Inducted Launch- SONIC'S SPEED RUSH

-And last, but not least, for the best video game series ever-

6. Kicka**, tall, fast, super-looping, most awesome coaster you can imagine (for me, it would either be flying or inverted)

FINAL FANTASY: THE EXPERIENCE


Which isn't to say I love Nintendo. Zelda kicks a**.

robot152
08-12-2001, 12:29 AM
nintendo land would be a great idea. one cool attraction would be a game area that has every pokemon character lined up and you're given live ammo to blow the sh** out of them. that would be so kewl!
P.S. you can tell i hate pokemon right? ALL POKEMON MUST DIE!!!!!!!

ghosta
08-12-2001, 10:31 AM
nintendo doesnt have the funds for a theme park right now. They are working on game cube and game boy advance.
But maybe in a few years. YOu know i think im goin to go ask nintendo

John Fitz
08-13-2001, 01:39 PM
An amusement park with a Star Wars theme would be interesting. The only problem is you would have to pay George Lucas zillions of dollars before you could even start to think about building rides.