First, the results are in, and here are the standings for the audition round. They don't mean anything, they are just to give you an idea of how you did.
1st place: Realms of Imagination (47 points)
2: Nintendoland (42 points)
3: Disney's Age of Discovery (38)
4: Lost Kingdom (35 points)
5: Disney Space (33)
6: Disney Time (21)
7: Americana 1900 (17)
8: Lands of Wonder (15)
9: Whovia (14)
10: Disney City (13)
Now, On to the challenge!
In this challenge, you will be required to design a dark ride for your theme park. This ride will fit into the mold casted by your audition. You will have to give a full walkthrough of the ride (and pre-show, if applicable), as well as tell us where in the park it is located.
What is a Dark ride? I hope you know. If you don't a dark ride tells a story. It's basically any ride in Fantasyland. If that doesn't help, here's Wikipedia's definition.
"A dark ride ... is an indoor amusement ride where riders in guided vehicles travel through specially lit scenes that typically contain animation, sound, music, and special effects.
A dark ride does not have to be dark. They are enclosed, so all illumination is artificial, and most use special lighting to achieve theatrical effects. Selective use of darkness helps hide the ride mechanisms and increase the visual drama of the experience. Disney's "It's a Small World" is an example of a brightly lit dark ride."
The deadline is Saturday night at Midnight site time. Good luck!Tweet
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