Guests and vehicles compete for the highest score in the chosen catagory, and the winners get a "sweet surprise".
I see this type of themed adventure progressing faster than a roller coaster. Younger (and height restricted) individuals can take aim in a quest for a rewarding bounty.
Where Disney's Buzz Lightyear and Paramount's Scooby Doo leave riders knowing they are either the "winners" or the "loosers", Reese's XTREME will garner repeat challangers in their quest to achieve their best!
I'm all for integrated Dark Rides. If Disney would pass out softballs at the entrance to "It's a Small World" (three for a dollar?), life would be sweet!
[Editor's note: Ryan Watts files a trip report and review of SeaWorld's new "Believe" Shamu show, which Jason Moore covered last week. Also, tomorrow I will post a Q&A with folks from Universal Creative about Islands of Adventure's new High In The Sky Seuss Trolley Train Ride. Finally, I'm hoping to get a post from Russell Meyer on the opening of the Italian Job Turbo Coaster at Paramount's Kings Dominion. Busy weekend coming up! Stay tuned.]
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