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  1. As much as I'm not a fan of the names or logos, I do appreciate that LPS are announcing each attraction as they are completed, giving each ride some good attention. I also think the Maloney's Corner area is going to be great - so much going on in one area. It should have some great energy. Only thing I would hope for is a few pieces of decent theming and signage to complete the atmosphere.
  2. Wow, that article was actually really well written and researched.
  3. Based on the logos so far, I doubt there's any intention behind it. Looks like the work experience kid's attempt. All the other recent new rides at LPS payed homage to the 1930's heritage of the park, and did it really well. This is a definite departure.
  4. And just adding to Gazza's response - splash pads are a water activity that don't require staffing as they are zero depth. Obvious benefits there.
  5. Great article and thanks for sharing. Reassuring having Greg in charge. I do think the only thing that could hold him back at the moment is money - but it sounds like they've got a bit more they can dig into. I know this will probably derail the thread, but if DW only builds one new major attraction for 2023 after Steel Taipan, what do you think would be the most 'strategic' option? I'm thinking it needs to be some sort of water ride or flume, it's the freaking GC afterall. Thoughts?
  6. The logo(s) and the names... not good, not good at all.
  7. I heard that after GL came back from the long shut down when it was being painted, it kept faulting with anymore than 2 trains on the track and required lengthy evacs.
  8. It's Fright Nights not Fright Night. Can a mod please change the thread title? My OCD won't be able to cope.
  9. That's just shameful, especially when adding in all of the major ride removals over the last few years.
  10. What an incredible article... even featuring the entire ride layout. Very impressive work from the ABC. Let's hope this all gets us closer to the truth.
  11. Makes sense to me - hopefully things will be more settled then from a COVID pov, plus the Septemeber school holidays I believe have always been a big fave for opening new attractions. Obviously they'll want to get max bang for their buck considering the large investment.
  12. Nope, my understanding is it was predominantly Bikash.
  13. I do think it's useful to know who's responsible for making the big decisions that essentially change the face of our parks. It gives an idea of possible future direction. Just look at the attractions we got when John Menzies was in charge - absolutely world class.
  14. It wasn't the executive claiming credit, it was me suggesting that the comment that a Village executive who is no longer with the company is responsible for the New Atlantis is not correct. I agree that there are former Village execs who deserve a lot of credit for their contributions. But my understanding is that the New Atlantis was decided on and signed off by execs who are still with the company
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