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Conny-Land prepares for a darkride Dino-Attack T


he dark ride Dino-Attack at Conny-Land has been transformed into the Lost World; a new themed experience for all the family. Originally developed by Zamperla, the ride has been updated by Dutch company


Lagotronics Projects, visitors can expect a new backstory, a new interactive system, additional lighting, audio and video effects, and a new highscore hunting scoreboard. According to Mark Beumers, CEO of Lagotronics, Dino-Attack was due for a


makeover. Not only had the technical interactive system become outdated, the ride also needed an exciting new storyline. Beumers conceived a new and challenging storyline, matching the existing ‘Dino-theme: Lost World’ as well as some surprising technologies designed to enhance the story even further: a brand new interactive system and additional show elements like lighting, audio, video and special effects.


where dinosaurs are still alive. The special climate of the cave even means the dinos are reproducing, and Van Grotto is certain that the cave is full of eggs and must be protected. Van Grotta asks the children to help him find and protect the eggs, along with their mums and dads, in special cave-jeeps and ‘Egg-Markers’. The ride has nine four-seat vehicles, the two front seats of each vehicle are equipped with two special ‘Egg-Markers’. At the end of the ride a big LCD screen shows the individual scores of the visitors.


Located in Wäldi, Switzerland, Conny-Land is a leisure park aimed at both young and old visitors, offering a wide range of activities for all generations. It contains around 50 attractions, rides and live shows.


Ridgedale climbs high with new Big Cedar Lodge ropes course


Interlink share details on two new water rides


Water ride specialist Interlink has announced various new ride projects recently secured in South East Asia. In Indonesia, two new water rides are in the works – a rapid river,


and the “world’s first” Immersive SuperFlume. Both rides will be located inside shopping malls. The Immersive Superflume is the result of a Technical Collaboration


between dynamic media attractions specialist Simworx and Interlink. It will feature a motion base and immersive screens added to a SuperFlume 16-seat boat ride, which features a 12 metre vertical lift and chute/splash, along with other special effects. Elsewhere in the region Interlink will be building the first of their


newly re-designed Panoramic Sky Towers. The Tower will be 110 metres high with a 60-seat rotating passenger cabin. It will also feature a Skywalk and unique IP Signology. The company’s used ride division is also very busy and has recently


purchased five family rides from Europe which will be moving to a new home in the Indian Ocean region.


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Big Cedar Lodge, a wilderness resort located 10 miles south of Branson in Ridgedale, Missouri, in the heart of the Ozark Mountains, is debuting an outdoor Sky Trail Explorer ropes course early this summer. For those new to high ropes courses, the multi-level attraction stands over 40 feet tall and contains over 60 different elements including activities such as a rolling log, swaying ladder, and narrow balancing beam. Every participant wears a safety harness that is inserted into an overhead tracking system to assure a safe adventure. Without ever unhooking their safety harness from the system, participants can grasp ropes and railings as they make their swaying way through the course. The four-story Sky Trail Explorer ropes course is located on the back of the Fun Mountain on 4,600 acres (1,862 hectares) settled on Big Cedar Lodge. It includes two electronic Sky Rail zip lines that allow participants to zip over the attractions below. Participants can also try the ever-daring QuickJump free fall from a platform at the top of the ropes course. This course joins the kid-sized Sky Tykes course that was built last year on the site and is specifically designed for smaller children ages 2-7 or under 48 inches (122 cm) tall.


The ride’s story follows the discovery of a cave in the Alps by explorer Van Grotto –


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