There is only one wooden coaster deigned and built entirely by german companies, and the result is a family friendly Twister style ride that fit´s it´s Park perfectly.
From the top of your head, what would you consider to be a noteworthy coaster that is in a Wildlife Park?Sure, there is the RMC Topper Track Woodie "Wildfire" at Kolmarden Zoo in Sweden, the Vekoma Family Boomerang Racer "Tweestryd" at Wildlands Adventure Zoo in the Netherlands is at least noteworthy for being the, to … Continue reading Germany´s hidden Airtime gem
Most of us probably had a bad day at a Park once, and we usually try to make the best out of it. My visit at Etnaland really was memorable, mostly for the wrong reasons.
Claiming that 2020 was a great year would be lying. Let's hope the next one is better.
You don't hate SLC's you only hate their trains!
Today the Steam Summer Sale began and it will last until July 9th. I want to take the opportunity to give you guys some recommendations on what games and DLC you might want to grab right now. All prices I mention will be in Euro only since that is what my home region uses. Not … Continue reading Steam Summer Sale 2020
Let me ask you a question: Did you ever hear, or even play, a roller coaster simulation called Scream Machines? It was developed by Wounded Heart Interactive and first Demo Versions of it where, judging by the file dates, released in 2001, around the time NoLimits was also released to the public for the first … Continue reading Scream Machines, or why Digital only is a double edged sword
This is the first in a series of Posts that will be covering PC- and Videogames that use Theme Parks and / or Roller Coasters as their central theme. I don't claim that I know or even played all games related, if I missed one, don't be afraid to tell me. While it isn't important … Continue reading A (probably incomplete) History of Roller Coasters & Theme Parks in Videogames, Part 1: 1983-2001
Expedition GeForce is considered to be one of the best Roller Coasters in the World, and it very well deserves that reputation.
Set in a creepy amusement park hiding a dark and sinister secret, The Park is a one to two hour long first-person psychological horror experience focusing on intense storytelling and exploration instead of combat and action.