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UNICOASTER BY CHANCE MORGAN
The first Unicoaster ride from Chance Morgan is finished. This brand new ride
features eight rotating arms with two passenger vehicles on each arm and allows
each vehicle’s passengers to control their own spin, both forward and backward.
The machine is reminiscent of the old Allan Herschell Looper, or indeed
Chance’s own Rok ‘n’ Rol, but with an undulating path.
“We were looking for a way to reinvent the rollercoaster but on a smaller
footprint," declares Unicoaster co-creator Bill Kitchen. "The Unicoaster gives riders
all of the thrills of a looping coaster at a fraction of the space and price.”
The Unicoaster is pictured here at the Chance Rides factory in Wichita,
Kansas.
www.chancemorgan.com
LASER FRENZY BY THEME FACTORY
New from Creative Works Theme Factory, Lazer Frenzy is an arcade-style attraction
for spaces as small as 200 square feet. According to its supplier, the game delivers
the same revenue as nearly eight arcade games in half the space.
Players climb inside a black light environment and are confronted with a web of
lasers. The object of the new game is to get from one side to the other in the least
amount of time without breaking any of the laser beams.
The average game lasts around 90 seconds. Multiple game formats and
difficulty levels can be offered. Repeat custom is generated as players are
encouraged to beat their own and their friend’s scores.
www.lazerfrenzy.org
SUSPENDED POLYP BY GERSTLAUER SKYFLYER
The German ride manufacturer Gerstlauer has introduced a new variation of the
BY LINDSTRAND TECHNOLOGIES
Polyp ride, complete with suspended seating. This flat ride features five arms
supporting 40 seats in which riders' legs hang free.
This new tethered helium balloon offers passengers the chance to view 360-
The attraction was developed after Gerstlauer converted an old Schwarzkopf
degree scenery at a height of 120-metres. Up to 16 people at a time can ride,
ride that previously featured looping gondolas. The machine in
suspended in a gondola from beneath an airship-shaped balloon.
question is now touring with German showman Andreas
This balloon is attached to a ground winch on a rotational platform. This
Aigner under the name Parkour.
allows the balloon to face the correct direction according to the wind pattern.
The balloon can
www.gerstlauer-rides.de
therefore fly in near
gale force weather
conditions (up to wind
speeds of 40 knots)
with a full passenger
payload. Ground
space required is 12-
metres diameter.
www.lindtsrandtech.com
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