I say, the Giant Top Spin.
Me and my baby from the PNW:
You still have Zoidberg.... You ALL have Zoidberg! (V) (;,,;) (V)
Rest of them include:
Yo-Yo's that tilt nicely
Huss regular Frisbee Top Spins are so boring. The Giant Frisbee is okay (Max Air). *** Edited 7/18/2007 9:58:06 PM UTC by Spinout***
Long live the Big Bad Wolf
A Tilt-a-Whirl amazing and/or unique? Granted they can be fun, but amazing? And again, a Wipeout?
My unique choice would be the Huss Flipper owned by Reithoffer Shows, because you won't find another one in the United States.
My amazing choice would be Street Fighter (also known as Extreme) made by Technical Park. It destroys all other inward-facing pendulum-based rides. The airtime is insane.
2022 Trips: WDW, Sea World San Diego & Orlando, CP, KI, BGW, Bay Beach, Canobie Lake, Universal Orlando
Don't ever ride one with anything in your pockets that you will ever need to see again. :)
I remember the old boomerang from Bertrand Island. I never rode it but I liked to watched it. I've heard about a few more of those things and have wondered if any still exist in storage somewhere.
The were impressive to watch, impressive to ride, family friendly and solved the solution of loading time on a ferris wheel.
It is a shame that they all have been removed, yet the horribly slow loading giant wheels like Cedar Point are still operating instead of these wonders.
I also like the Huss Magic at Marineland. I haven't seen another one anywhere. It is nothing intense, but provides some fun floating and diving sensations.
Huss Flipper and Huss Tri-Star are 2 flat rides that i would like to experience. I hate that i didn't get to Idlewild before they removed their Tri-Star.
Are there any cuddle ups left in the US now?
*** Edited 7/19/2007 2:06:42 PM UTC by super7****
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