Discussion in 'Roller Coaster Construction' started by roomraider, Jan 18, 2017.
So looks like they're potentially utilising the same tech as the wand experience in Diagon Alley?
Toverland taking inspiration from Universal? Unheard of
Toverland has had the magic house which utilised this tech from pretty much opening day so if anything Universal were inspired by Toverland
^ I know, and I've done that one - but this is very much more akin to Uni than their own by the looks of it. Especially in shop windows and such.
One week left till the opening for public.
These are the most recent and probably last pictures of the areas before the VIP-opening on the 5th of July.
Another update :
The other pictures are too big to upload.
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Wow, it's looking fab. I think the Merlin area will look far better once the vegetation grows. A little sad I don't have a visit planned for this year now.
Fenix takes it's first passengers:-
Pictures were made today by toverlandfans.
It looks so pretty already! I'm really surprised at how well and quickly it's come together, especially after spending so long worrying it wouldn't be ready on time! Definitely something that needs to bed in a bit more with vegetation growing, etc.
Really looking forward to going through the area next Thursday!
I look forward to hearing your thoughts along with many others' @JoshC.
Last update before the VIP-opening tomorrow evening which will be broadcast at 7.15pm on YouTube:
The whole thing looks simply stunning!
Today VIP Opening Livestream 19h15 :https://www.facebook.com/Attractiep...Rteyu22imJV66VJdhdUu7tNlTnh14y7_uj8o20k0FsEAM
Wow. Everything about this is just beautiful. Toverland has moved so much higher on my list of parks to visit because of this. Thank you so much for the updates everyone.
Looks pretty good! Not sure if it looks like the best wing in Europe in terms of layout, but it definitely looks awesome!
I have to say, this looks like the best wing coaster beside Parrot Coaster. The POV looks properly intense and the overall theming and land look very solid.
Here is the full Toverland stream of the soft opening of the areas:-
Fenix doesn't have a pre-show. The whole transfer area is pitch black, and the final brake run doesn't have the nicest of views either. Here is a POV of the right side of Fēnix by Parkerlebnis.de - Freizeitpark-Magazin:-
Well, they pushed everything a little too much to open in time. Considering how pitch black and especially blank the transfer-track area is, it will definitely get something eventually, probably for 2019 then. Same with Port Laguna, where the show-stage is not ready yet and scheduled to open next year as well.
I guess it‘s okay for now as it allows for higher capacity during the opening weeks, but I gotta say that‘s quite a bummer.
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