Thorpe Park Discussion Thread

P. 236: Black Mirror Labyrinth is coming to Thorpe Park
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Postby coasterbill » Mon Oct 14, 2019 1:09 pm

Awesome. Thanks!

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Postby jedimaster1227 » Wed Feb 26, 2020 5:20 am

It has been announced that Black Mirror Labyrinth, a new themed maze experience is coming to Thorpe Park!

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https://www.shortlist.com/news/experience-black-mirror-irl-with-thorpe-parks-new-labyrinth-experience-401899

As most Netflix fans will attest, Black Mirror has undoubtedly been one of the stand-out shows of the past decade.

So, when some bright spark over at Thorpe Park decided to combine Charlie Brooker’s warped world with the realities of a theme park, it’s safe to say they had our attention.

Based on, you guessed it, none other than the dark and technologically sinister show, Thorpe Park’s latest attraction is set to swap g-force for digi-force.

Black Mirror Labyrinth is the world’s first live Black Mirror experience and takes visitors on a journey they describe as a ‘a sensory-defying dimension’.

As the name would suggest, the new concept involves a maze combined with ‘cutting-edge visual technology’ that’s set to merge the lines between fiction and reality.

Set to open at Thorpe Park in late March, the new experience asks: “will you keep your grip on reality or will you lose yourself in the digital mainframe?”

In basic terms, it means that this labyrinth is set to be an experience that will hit a little too close to home.

In addition to the Black Mirror Labyrinth, the park has also announced the return of the park’s Fright Nights - set to scare any self-respecting horror fan.

Set to join Derren Brown's Ghost Train and The Walking Dead: The RIde, Black Mirror Labyrinth will join a host of exciting (and goosebump inducing) rides.
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Re: Thorpe Park Discussion Thread

Postby KBrylczyk » Fri Feb 28, 2020 7:32 pm

I'm curious if this is just a deeply-themed mirror maze or if it will be a larger experience kinda like Ghost Train. I hope it turns out awesome, either way. Black Mirror is great but I'm struggling to see how they can sell their IP as a theme park attraction.
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Re: Thorpe Park Discussion Thread

Postby jedimaster1227 » Sat Feb 29, 2020 9:48 am

^Everything I've seen online indicates that this is replacing the previous The Walking Dead walkthrough experience, so I think it'll be along those same lines.
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