I've thought that when they said it was gonna have a sound tunnel they might use screens to tell you a story or just make the lift hill more cinematic than just your ordinary lift hill
eeek not screens
would prefer some lighting, sound and smoke effects if they did jazz the tunnel up abit!
Yeah maybe not screens as we all don't want tomorrow to be #what'sinthelifthill but I'll happily have sounds because I'd love something like tribal chanting or even a narration style thing like Hex in the madhouse room
Can I just change the discussion for a sec and say something, For a world where most theme park attractions get built in factories and theming just printing of a machine, It's been kinda cool to have a ride which 95% of t has been built on-site, The theming and the ride itself being built on site by people who are skilled at their jobs, GCI, Universal Rocks, and not to mention the great job Kettle and Talbot have done pouring foundations and landscaping a lake with an old log flume into a completely different environment.
It shows that someone at Merlin cares about the quality of product and aren't just doing what Six Flags and Cedar Fair are doing with Wonder Woman and RailBlazer, Paying little money for a product with everything built in a factory and then assembled on site at a very small price
Well Done, Towers. Whatever happens with tomorrow's announcement you have created a great product which will inspire many for years to come. There is clearly lessons learnt with The Smiler's construction.
(Sorry if anyone found that post too enthuiastic or boring).
I agree, that's what makes AT feel magical