Well that's stupid. That looked like a kick @$$ ride!
It was stupid that Hershey backed away from a potentially bad business deal?
How does Interactive Rides stay in business? I was looking at their website and the rides they offer, and other than the TWO rides on the Stratosphere Tower, I haven't ever seen any of the other ones. To date, no one's purchased/built a Frequent Flyer, right? I just can't understand how these guys stay around (if having a website represents staying around).
No frequent faller, however besides the 2 on top of the Strat, there are at LEAST 2 X-Scream-like rides they've sold (the "official" name escapes me at the moment and I'm too lazy to go out to their website.) The ground-dwelling cousins don't look near as "Xtreme" (I could resist..lol). One is at Knott's in/near the kiddy section. The other I've ridden is at Rye Playland in NY.
A couple of their rides (Enterprise, Condor, and TopSpin come to mind) sold like hotcakes EVERYWHERE. Then you have some others like the giants that have sold either none (Did they sell a Giant Jump2?), 1 (Giant TopSpin), or 2 (Giant Frisbee)
Schwarzkopf shuttle loops...The most possible fun in 36 seconds.
Edit - Upon further thought, isn't there another Tomb Raider installation at one of the Paramount parks? So they've sold more than 1 Giant Topspin as well. *** Edited 11/12/2006 5:31:01 AM UTC by Infamy***
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