Very VERY! Amazing idea! You seem to be very into this and and pretty cool.
The one thing that just doesn't seem realistic to me is the final battle scene. That just doesn't seem to me like an attraction thing, that seems more like a show idea.
But other than that, amazing job!
Okay, Dude, they SERIOUSLY need you on board as an imagineer. I think you should seriously look into that career. Imagine your ideas coming to life. Two thumbs up on the idea and the AWESOME concept art! It would be even COOLER if they made the House of Mouse restaurant with it.(I'm going to say this belongs in MGM, the restaurant can take the Sci-Fi diner's place) Again, Awesome awesome awesome!
Everyone contact WDI for me and help me out then. :lol:
personally i think it would make a great restaurant
as a character meal
I'd trade 2 or 3 of the current character meals for one cool one. You say the ride ends where you can look into the theater through a window in a door.... wouldn't it be cool if that theater was really the restaurant? Put them together and you'd have a huge money maker - the ride will get the through the turnstiles, and restaurant money to boot! Best part for Disney, with their current staffing issues, it wouldn't matter what characters were there, because they all fit! Sort of like how the old SoundStage restaurant was.
Although, I'm not sure how much I'd be able to eat after the spinning around with the walls moving in Jafar's part :sick: :hahohi:
Did you have a park picked out for this? Sounds like a great fit at the Studios or at MK near ToonTown.
.... It would go well where Indiana Jones is - Something that, in my opinion, is tired and needs replacing!!
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: Around here, we're LMMEO - Laughing my Mickey Ears Off. G-rated forums! LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ROTFL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
im a little hyper right now sorry lol
Don't be jealous you didn't think of it first :wink::lol:
Anyway, what's wrong with taking the technology of an already existing ride system and souping it up? The Dinosaur vehicle is the same as the Indiana Jones ride vehicle...Journey to the Center of the Earth uses the same technology as Test Track. You don't always have to come up with some brand, spankin', new system for it to be a great attraction.
Just my opinion. :wave:
Note from Sledge: "Small World came before PotC...same thing. The Omnimover is used in Haunted Mansion and Adventures Through Innerspace. The Matterhorn and Space Mountain are very, very similar. Countless 'dark rides' are exactly the same, but with different themes. Dumbo and Magic Carpets of Aladdin are basically the exact same thing in the exact same park (throw Astro Orbiters in there too)."