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PARK DICTIONARY A to M
 
Air Launched Coaster
Using the patented compressed air launch technology, this coaster blast out of the gate to achieve speeds ranging from 55 mph to well over 100 mph in the blink of an eye, and then shoot through an array of twists, turns, and unique track configurations.
 
Bumper Car
Bumper cars is the generic name for a type of flat ride consisting of several small electric cars which draw power from the floor and/or ceiling, and which are turned on and off remotely by an operator.
 
Carousel
Carousel is an amusement ride consisting of a rotating circular platform with seats for riders. The "seats" are traditionally in the form of rows of wooden horses or other animals mounted on posts, many of which are moved up and down by gear work to simulate galloping, to the accompaniment of looped circus music.
 
Combo Tower
The Combo Tower combines the legendary Space Shot and Turbo Drop into one hair-raising amusement attraction. 
 
Disk’O Coaster
Disk’O Coaster is a kind of themed ride which is located in Belgian park Plopsaland De Panne. The riders will experience a speed of 70 km/h up and down a 92 metre long and 16 metre high half pipe track. 
 
Double Shot
The Double Shot launches 12 or 16 passengers through two cycles of positive and negative “G” experiences – back to back. 
 
D’wervelwind 
D’wervelwind, which means work it out for yourself, is the new attraction at Toverland in the Netherlands. Featuring 462 metres of track, it has a maximum height of 21m and reaches speeds of up to 75km/h. Two trains are featured, each with four spinning cars in which riders sit in pairs back to back. The ride experience lasts just over a minute and half, and the hourly capacity is 925 passengers.
 
Eclipse 
Eclipse features 12 twin-seat swings that hang on 8m-long (26ft) chains from the star-shaped structure that is winched up and down the ride’s tower. During the ride, passengers reach speeds of up to 70km/h (43mph) as they turn around and fly out from the tower. 
 
El Loco Coaster
El Loco Coaster is a family-friendly roller coaster offers a steep first drop, barrel rolls, the smoothest track imaginable, a 45-degree outwardly banked turn, and a throughput of up to 960 riders per hour. 
 
Equinox
It is a kind of thrill ride located in Canobie Lake Park, New Hampshire. The ride has three arms emanating from the centre, each with a pair of four in-line “open” seats in a back-to-back configuration. A huge boom lifts 24 passengers into the sky as they revolve around the centre. And then the thrills increase as the boom holding the arms rotates and each arm in turn begins to flip independently.
 
Family Coaster
Family coaster is a steel inverted roller coaster where the train runs under the track with the seats directly attached to the wheel carriage.
 
Flying Ninjago
This ride is attached to the end of a giant slanting arm are 12 single-seat gondolas. Once the brakes are released, passenger can operate levers on wings either side of their seat to change the orientation of the gondola. Comfortable shoulder restraints with fail-safe hydraulic cylinders keep riders in their seats safely. 
 
Free Fly Coaster
Free Fly is a revolutionary concept in the coaster industry. Its longitudinal spins and unique air suspension surprise riders with an innovative weightless sensation, while its exposed seating systems offer an unparalleled cloud-kissing experience for more than 720 passengers per hour.
 
Frisbee
The Frisbee is a type of pendulum amusement ride featuring a circular gondola that rotates as it swings back and forth. Riders are seated on the gondola facing inward or outward depending on the model.
 
Frog Hopper
The Frog Hopper is leaping its way into the hearts of young and old, with bright colors and clever frog designs. The Frog Hopper is a vertical ascent and bounced descent amusement ride that has great visual appeal, utilizes only a small footprint and is a great way to entertain large numbers of children and families.
 
Galaksen 
Galaksen is a highly-themed Air Race featuring giant eagle ride vehicle. It is located in Tivoli, Copenhagen. Passengers experience forces of up to 4G as they are whirled in a propeller like motion on the end of arms that circle the ride’s centre.
 
GateKeeper
GateKeeper is a kind of coaster launched by Cedar Point, where riders sit suspended from the train as if on the wings of a plane, dangling 170ft (52m) above the Cedar Point beach before experiencing a sharp, 180-degree turn and plummeting to within six feet (2m) above the ground. Six inversions and rolling hills help create the feeling of weightlessness. 
 
 
Iron Rattler
This coaster combines a classic wooden support structure with modern track and rails crafted of steel, allowing for smooth and swift over-banked turns and inversions of the kind never before experienced on either a traditional steel or wooden coaster. Seated in 24-passenger trains, passengers plummet down an 81-degree drop from a height of 180ft (55m) reaching a top speed of 70 mph (113 kph), then snake through four wild over-banked turns and inversions. The coaster also features several special effects including fog, water cannon blasts, dramatic, synchronized tunnel lighting and even rattlesnake sounds and vibrations.
 
Junior Swing
The Junior Swing gives every one of its eight passengers the feeling of the wind in their face, as they sit back-to-back for a ride that feels just like a giant playground swing. The ride has been designed with just the right excitement factor for children from 3 to 13, with a maximum swing arc of 70 degrees and maximum G-force of 2.0. 
 
Karacho
Karacho is a looping coaster features a 700-metre custom layout packed full of thrills and surprises. After being propelled out of the station area with the force of a 2,000 hp engine, the 8-passenger train heads straight into a heartline roll followed by four inversions, a mist-filled tunnel, special effects and much more. During the 1 minute and 15 second ride, each of Karacho’s four cars reaches a top speed of 100kmh.
 
Marine Park
Marine Park is a park consisting of an area of sea (or lake) sometimes protected for recreational use, but more often set aside to preserve a specific habitat and ensure the ecosystem is sustained for the organism that exist there.
 
Mine Train Coaster
Arrow Mine Train Coaster popularized by Disney in the 60’s and 70’s, with a new body style that is lighter in weight and an exciting layout the entire family can enjoy. From the first drop over the hill, the Mine Train delivers belly-tickling drops and hills, speedy curves and exciting banked turns.
 
Mondial Turbine
This is a propeller ride from Mondial which featuring the 10-person gondola stands 65-metres tall and seats a total of 20 riders thanks to a gondola on each end of the giant rotating arm. During the ride, passengers experience an intense diving experience, plus the added thrill of the gondola looping and turning horizontally on its own axis.