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Not recommended for those who get sick rather easily. It's the basic Gerstlauer Spinning Coaster with the basic layout.
I love this ride. The line can sometimes be very lengthy, reaching up to an hour. However, the wait is definitely worth it. It is a great coaster, but it is too short.
I luv this ride. It is great for kids and adults too. The first ride can be scary for the slide drop full of spinning and turning. This ride is so thrilling and it's fun for a second, third, fourth,etc. time. the only bad part about this ride is the waiting time and its capacity. Even though they have like 3 carts on the coaster at a time--the line can go by slowly. This ride after your first time can get you blown out of your head after a rush of turns, drops, bunny hills, and you'll be dying to go again. The time i rode this ride, i was scared yet excited, first you might not seem to like the ride, but while waiting it line, you'll see all the fast action and more---this will like make love this ride. the first time i rode looking frontwards---it was okay. My second time i went backwards, it was super duper, both my rides were spinning in full speed, this brought the unique style to this spinning adventure. If this ride had a lot less waiting time-- this ride would be PREFECT! This ride can get you craving to go on again, just as about time to leave, make sure---at least ride this coaster---cuz for my friends and me---it's worth the wait
Don't miss! Got some excellent spins, good speed, and fun bunny hops! 9 of 10 (needs themeing)
My first ever spinning coaster, and fortunitely, I really liked it. It seemed to start out slow, but it gradual got faster, more forceful, and more spins, despite sections that looked like they could be heavily braked. I liked it more than most coasters with inversions. Gerstlauer does not have a great reputation for their spinning coasters, so I am very much looking forward to my first Maurer Sohne spinner later this year.
Its certainly fun, but there are better coasters out there. Lines are always really long so use the single rider line. The spinning made this ride and made the ride unpredictable. The final few drops were great and the helix was cool.
i love this little coaster its really fun and fits well into the area of the park the only down fall is low capacity
Little family coaster+ low capacity= mediocrity. this ride is mediocre. Its spinning is cool but it is too short and the loading is a nightmare.
A nice little family coaster. No more, no less, but one problem I have with it is that many people here say that their coaster did not spin much. Mine didnt either, which is why Im only giving it a 7. The line sucks, too.
Pandemonium is truly a coaster for everyone. I mean its got drops, speed, helixes, and spinning (enough to make the ride fun and unique, but not enough to make those with weak stomachs sick or queasy). Wanting to revitalize their rather dull North End and faced with limited land to install a massive new coaster, Six Flags contacted Gerstlauer who embraced the challenge in constructing Pandemonium, a coaster fit for riders of all ages.
First off, Pandemonium looks excellent. The lime green paint job really stands out and the way that the twisted track occupies the entire area is great and definitely visually appealing. There is one weakness with Pandemonium and that's its horrendous capacity. 4 riders per car at a busy park? Yeah it's a nightmare. Lines commonly are at least 60-90 minutes long even on weekdays! My recommendation is to hit it as soon as the park opens when the lines are calmer, or if you don't mind getting split up, the single-rider line works wonders since it gets me on in less than 5 minutes even on the busiest of days.
I actually have to applaud Six Flags for their loading/dispatching of Pandemonium. The station is diminutive, but very well organized since riders are pre-grouped to limit confusion and make loading as quick as possible. Once seated, the operators apply the restraints (seat belt & lap bar) without any hesitation. Some people find them tight and somewhat uncomfortable, but I don’t find them to be any problem at all.
The ride begins with a rapid ascent up the short 42ft tall lift. But it doesn’t last long and it’s immediately followed by a short, swooping drop that gives some unique sensations, especially if your lucky enough to be riding backwards, as it’s forceful and provides an incredible freefall sensation. Afterwards come some hairpin turns where the spinning generally begins to pick up, enhancing the intensity of this compact, little coaster. Afterwards comes a zippy downward helix where some great spinning typically occurs, and following that are some intense twists and turns where some of the ride’s best spinning occurs.
Amazingly the second half ramps up the intensity and level of enjoyment in my opinion. Beginning with a plunge off the brake run, the ride quickly traverses some small bunny hills that used circle around the now-removed Time Warp and simultaneously, the cars generally spin constantly during this section to provide a very unique sensation. Then after navigating yet another brake run, my favorite section of the ride occurs- the sensational finale. Beginning with a sudden, steep plunge into a pit where some great floater air occurs, immediately after is a sweet bunny hill teeming with gentle floater air, and wrapping up the entire experience is a very powerful upward helix where a good amount of spinning occurs. Afterwards comes the insane brake run. Now you may ask why a brake run can be regarded as insane? Well, simply it’s because the cars just keep spinning during the brake run like a tea cup!
Pandemonium really is a coaster for everyone. It's not that big so it appeals to families, but also its got spinning which makes every ride unique and somewhat thrilling, making it enjoyable for thrill-seekers as well. But the major reason for my love of the ride is the sheer reridability of it, as it’s quite possibly the smoothest, most comfortable coaster I’ve ever ridden, and not only that, but when combined with the unique ride experience, it makes for an excellent attraction that surprisingly claims the title for my third favorite ride at SFNE after Bizarro and Batman. Really my only complaints with the ride are its lackluster capacity and its rather short length since it’s just so much fun from beginning to end. Under no circumstances should this peppy little coaster be skipped on a visit to Six Flags New England since despite its size, it really packs one heck of a punch.
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