Construction Update November 19th, 2015
A cool looking model of Cobras Curse was on display at the IAAPA trade show. I have also added some new graphics released. And we have some new ride stats released by the park. A unique move on Cobra's Curse is the "outward-banked turn" that puts riders perilously close to the jaws of the monstrous, 80-foot-tall statue of the snake king Venymyss. Instead of a gradual lift hill, more typical of a traditional coaster, each train is instead lifted vertically, to a height of 70 feet, and the top of the ancient temple. During the three-and-a-half-minute ride, the coaster trains speed along at 40 mph, spinning backward, forward and then freely. Guests will experience a new spin with each ride. Each train spins randomly, with frequency and direction determined by the rider weight distribution.