I was on it in august of 2002. It was fun but, the seats were not at all comfortable enough to handle the strong G's and vibrations at the bottom of the drop. I only rode it twice because I was feeling a lot of strain on my neck and back. Since then, I have been on B&M dive coasters and see that the concept is much improved. When I heard that Tower of Terror was being renovated, I'd hoped it was new cars. It's been down so long though, I have to wonder if they are making improvements on the track also. The G's are quite strong. There is a video of this ride on YouTube though.
YouTube is having technical issues right now so I'll have to look for it tomorrow. i found it by accident though, i was watching clips from Europa Park and it was there in the column of related videos.
I searched youtube for awhile but couldnt find it. The park's website had a little more info about it. Nice to hear your comment on Anaconda Richard...checking out the pics at RCDB, the layout looks like it was integrated very well with the terrain.
I would love to see a video of this ride. I have tried for a long time to find one and have contacted several people about it (including Richard) but no avail. Every time someone was there it was down and so no luck. I too would love to see the video. Please post it to this forum.
I am currently trying to find the video again. I can't remember exactly what ride I was viewing when I found it the first time. It's not listed as tower of terror or gold reef city. It's going to take awhile but, when I do find it, I will post a link.