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Hi, I haven't been to movieworld for a few years and I'm very very very excited about Hypercoaster. I'm a fat person and just wondering if any plus size or bigger people have any comments on seat size on the Hypercoaster just so I know what to expect. I'm going to try no matter to squeeze my butt on but a heads up would be appreciated. In the past ive had only minor issues with tower of terror with my chest size, but giant drop, Scooby-Doo the motorcycle one, buzzsaw and green lantern I've had no issues with despite other forums suggesting I would- assumedly due to my squish factor
WB MovieWorld Arkham Asylum Recreation moc Ok so after A did the superman escape I just moved the the AH straight after. It was probably not even 20mins when I started it, but then the hard part of it all would begin. Usually when I start to build a coaster it is always a ctr, or game coaster from the game. So when I started this coaster I just used the floorless corkscrew from the game, and.......... Yeah, it was a terrible looking thing. But after sometime finding either a custom ctr or cfr, I was blown away when I found the identical one from here: http://ridesrct.wixsite.com/ridesrct
It will be the tallest element of the coaster and, well, the only theming we've seen so far in the trailer. The Joker's face above the top of the lift hill featured in the DC Rivals' trailer and it's the topic I want to discuss in this post. What do you think about it? I have to say I kind of dislike it. I just prefer to have a "clean" lift hill and drop. The visual aesthetic of this standout element self-suffices imo, and the added Joker stuff seems unnecessary. I find Superman: the Ride (Six Flags New England)'s flat billboard at the entrance of the drop much better - you can see it start