You should be fine with all the flat/spinney rides etc - the only ones I can't do is Ripsaw and Submission.
"Nightfall" wrote:I don't believe Nemesis has a test seat but the seats are almost identical to those on Oblivion. So if you head for Oblivion and everything’s ok then nemesis shouldn't be a problem either.
"adamtoonarmy""][quote=""Nightfall" wrote:Nemesis and oblivion seats look similar as they are both use osr's however fitting into them is a completely different matter. I use standard seats on nemesis but dont come anywhere near fitting in the standard seats on oblivion[/quote]Good spot.I don't believe Nemesis has a test seat but the seats are almost identical to those on Oblivion. So if you head for Oblivion and everything’s ok then nemesis shouldn't be a problem either.
"Javier19" wrote:If you’re with a load of class mates I recommend crowding round the Rita seat to take a photo but make sure anyone who’s concerned slips into the seat. It's got a bit of a cartoony design so nobody will think twice about a group photo.By the way, I know that AT now has some seats outside you can sit in to try, but come on thats equally humiliating!
"di5ney" wrote:Hi, I was wondering if I will fit on the following rides?
I'm a size 18 in trousers (got chunky thighs) and an 18 - 20 in a top.
"LouLou" wrote:Air - tried the seat outside, couldn't quite close it but he wanted to give it a go. There are bigger seats in Row 4 (seats 2&3). The seat closed but popped open, the attendant came over and said 'don't worry mate I've been getting people into these seats for years'. They got him in and locked it tight with this key thing. He did say it was very tight but he wanted to ride.
The staff there were brilliant, all of them are used to it and are happy to give an extra push. Just don't be embarrassed to ask for help, it means you get the best out of your day.