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Mr.Six last won the day on September 9 2018

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  1. Mr.Six

    Hurricane Harbor Operating Calendar

    Six Flags Great Adventure just posted a video on their YouTube channel saying “Calypso Springs” is coming in 2019 at Hurricane Harbor. It is set to be a 100,000 gallon activity pool.
  2. The Coca Cola Bear was in the park earlier this month for Guest Greetings. It was in the park last year as well around the same time.
  3. Unfortunately, the ride is very unpredictable in the fact that you might not get wet at all. A “giant” whirlpool, geysers and sprays would be very welcome. The ride course right now is pointless most of the time. Theming or “Interactive” elements would help make the ride enjoyable.
  4. The rumored “Chop Six” for next year will definitely give the dining pass a huge boost (if it was on the dining pass of course). Putting Mama Floras on the dining plan as Primos Pasta was also a huge step. Slowly but surely, I think the park is starting to have more options, on the dining plan at least.
  5. The flames have been removed from the top of El Diablo. Could this just be routine refurbishment or does it mean more? I don’t think the flames have been removed since installed onto the ride. Edit: There’s also a rumor that this could be moving to La Ronde for the 2019 season, but I would take it with a grain of salt.
  6. Mr.Six

    Fright Fest 2018

    Could Reflections of the Dead be turning into this new Holiday in the Park attraction?
  7. Mr.Six

    2020 and Beyond Speculation at SFGA

    What do China and Dragons have to do with Skywarp Horizons? That sentence made no sense at all.
  8. Mr.Six

    willy wonka dark ride

    This never happened. Six Flags never “licensed” those rights. That was just some crap someone came up with on reddit.
  9. Mr.Six

    Fright Fest 2018

    I didn’t think it was as good as last year as well for some reason. It might be the new cast.
  10. I’m still not over how they used Planet Coaster for the announcement. What’s next, Roller Coaster Tycoon 3?
  11. Sesame Place isn’t supposed to be getting these big additions every year. They are the perfect park for the youngest of children, to families and to even thrill seekers (to some extent). Hopefully they expand their water ride selection though. They have a great group of slides.
  12. Mr.Six

    2020 and Beyond Speculation at SFGA

    That wouldn’t work out with the general guests that visit the park. People will think that since they’ve already done El Diablo, they’ve done a new super loop. It’s really hard to market that (While still a new attraction) without backlash from guests.
  13. Mr.Six

    Misc GA Mumblings

    I wasn’t at the park personally but I know people who did see King Cobra disassembled on Wednesday.
  14. Mr.Six

    Fright Fest 2018

    It’s odd that Reflections of the Dead and Wicked Woods won’t be open until September 28th. I’m very excited for the new mazes. This could be one of the best Fright Fests to date, ignoring the crowds.
  15. Tigris will be coming to Busch Gardens Tampa for the 2019 season. This will be a Premier Rides Skyrocket II. A 2020 Gwazi makeover (RMC? GCI?) was also teased. “Busch Gardens will open Florida’s tallest launch coaster in spring 2019, company officials announced Wednesday. The triple-launch, tiger-themed roller coaster called Tigris will hurl riders 150 feet into the sky, turn them upside down and swirl through curves at 60 miles per hour. It will also move backward. Is losing your lunch the park’s new business model? "We like to have a portfolio for every member of the family," said Busch Gardens president Stewart Clark. "But with Tigris, it will only be the bravest members." Clark also revealed that a "big attraction" is coming in 2020 in the space currently occupied by the closed wooden roller coaster Gwazi, a pretty large footprint to fill. The announcements coincide with parent company SeaWorld Entertainment’s promise from interim CEO John T. Reilly to make the parks more oriented toward thrill rides, in addition to featuring animals. This, leaders say, will help the parks better compete with rivals Disney and Universal, which have beloved movies to call on for attraction appeal.” -Tampa Bay Times