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Lighting the way in dark rides


Germany’s Wild & Freizeitpark Klotten is home to an exciting new dark ride, Kunibert’s Abenteuer. Created by Lagotronics Projects, only the bravest adventurers dare enter the castle of knight Kunibert and his ancestors. Park World editor, Becci Knowles has the story…


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he interactive dark ride, Kunibert’s Abenteuer, is completely designed in a ghostly castle theme. The story is based on knight Kunibert, a well- known German legend, who has been sent on a mission by his elderly mother to prove that he is a courageous knight, just like his ancestors. He may only return when he has completed his mission, full of dangerous assignments. Meanwhile in the castle, all 64 ghosts (ancestors, family members and friends from the past) have come together to organise a huge ball to honour his return.


Light up the castle with interactive matchsticks During the ride, visitors will discover the ghost life in the castle by lighting candles using a special interactive matchstick, in nine different scenes. The candles are lit by hitting targets (160 targets have been installed). The passengers in the vehicles must work as a team to light all the candles and collect as many points as possible. In return for lighting all the candles, they are rewarded with stunning black light scenes, featuring ghosts, beautiful scenery and other special effects. The more candles that are lit, the more


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