Stalker Adventure, at CP. You follow a "popular" webmaster around all day until the big finale, where he slugs you in the chops and tosses you into the lake. Free pancakes at the exit didn't hurt either!
Spiderman, easily, is the most impressive 3-D motion simulator I have ridden. Since I am a huge fan of 3-D, one of the main things that makes the ride for me is the technical aspect of the 3-D and how it is presented.
Sponge Bob has some good 3-D effects but in all honestly, if that movie wasn't in 3-D, I wouldn't ride it. I guess I just don't understand the characters enough to find it funny.
I have developed a new found respect for Days of Thunder. There is no other simulator more fitting than that one in my opinion. You know how some simulators go out of the way just to move you or jolt you around, but DoT doesnt have to. It has to be one of the most realistic simulator out there!!
Non-stop action, Pure satisfaction(spl??)!! *** Edited 7/21/2004 2:29:08 AM UTC by coasterbruh***
I dig Spiderman in part because, well, it's Spiderman. The first spin I had on it was at the IAAPA social in '01. Rode it with Mike Graham from (at the time) CCI. He was convinced enough to ride it twice, and after that I caught the folks from Setpoint raving about it. Hey, if you can impress engineers, it's good enough for me.