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Liseberg 2020 Dark Ride Underlandet

JoshC.

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I'm getting some Droomvulcht vibes from that video.

I'll be honest, this completely doesn't appeal to me at all. It very much looks like a 'one and done' sort of ride to me (whereas there's plenty of kid-oriented family rides which I do enjoy and happily re-ride). But it's exactly what the park needs right now, and I'm sure it'll be a huge hit.
 

Pokemaniac

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Interestingly, the attraction's name can be translated in two ways: Either "The land below" which lies closer to what the word means in English, but also "The land of wonders". The pronounciation of the two meanings is a little different, though. Wonder which one the park will go for?
 

Chris Brown

Mr CoasterForce 2016
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Was just thinking about the name, ‘underlandet’ gives off a spooky stranger things ‘upsidedown’ vibe, appreciate its translation is likely nothing of the like as pointed out above but seems a bit dystopian for a kiddie ride to me.
 
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