Idea for a Disney ride?Disneyland: If you could create any ride for Disney,what would it be?
From Marcos RodriguezLet's just say that you got hired to make a ride for Disney.What ride would it be?It can be
Posted August 29, 2010 at 7:37 PM
Any ride as long as you include the height requirement and the type of the ride.
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From Javi BadilloA robot arm roller coaster motion simulator like HPFJ but based off the incredibles in Hollywood Studios
Posted August 29, 2010 at 7:46 PM
From Erik AvilaI think that adventureland at disneyland needs an attraction. would like to see a dark ride based on the Lion King. I would place it where the stores are located across the jungle cruise. would make sure all the amazing music/songs play all through the ride.
Posted August 31, 2010 at 10:41 PM
From Simon CrossI would like to see a ride based around Walt Disney himself. Something akin to 'One mans dream' but on a much bigger scale and using ride vehicals as opposed to a walk through exibition.
Posted September 4, 2010 at 8:10 AM
The ride would be a Spaceship Earth type ride where we start off in Walts childhood with the finale being his legacy, the parks as they are today and what they may be tomorrow.
From Max LaZebnikVery good question- I would personally like to see Mission:SPACE from Epcot in Tomorrowland- hopefully the Innoventions building or maybe an Iron Man somewhere in Tomorrowland- I would also like to see a villains themed area of the park if they have the room (which they most likely don't)
Posted October 24, 2010 at 8:59 PM
From Flavio de SouzaI would love to see a Disney ride based on the Intamin ZacSpin roller coaster.
Posted October 26, 2010 at 9:14 AM
One idea; Millennium Falcon combat. While Captain Solo and Chewbacca are maneuvering the Millennium Falcon, you are at the cannon pod, firing against the Tie fighters.
Take an Intamin ZacSpin roller coaster, put it indoor and add the Toy Story Midway Mania technology, with 3D glasses and blasters. Put a wall over the rail, so someone who is at the right side of the rail wouldn’t see who is at the left side and vice versa. No lights with exception of the ones from the many projectors that will be showing 3D movies of imperial TIE fighters flying towards the roller coaster cars. While spinning and looping in the dark, you should fire and try to destroy the Tie fighters.
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