It is awesome looking, but it is no Heisse Fahrt... Where are the ridiculous airtime bumps? I'm surprised I don't see one bunny hop. Anyway it should be fun, I'm considering going to Movie Park Germany after TPR's TR...
Nickelodeon and film and entertainment theme park Movie Park Germany announced the renewal of their strategic partnership around NICKLAND, the popular NICK-themed 50,000 square-foot interactive adventure area at Movie Park Germany in Bottrop-Kirchhellen. Under the new, six-year licensing agreement (effective April 2012), Movie Park Germany will retain theme park rights to incorporate Nickelodeon’s beloved characters into attractions and features at its theme park.
Since it opened in April 2007, NICKLAND (the first NICK-themed adventure site to launch in Europe) has offered kids and families several immersive attractions based on Nickelodeon’s wildly popular children’s TV programs, including SpongeBob SquarePants, Dora The Explorer and Jimmy Neutron. The renewed partnership between Nickelodeon and Movie Park Germany will include the development of re-themed attractions, co-branded merchandise and expanded marketing campaigns in Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands.
“We’re thrilled to continue our strategic partnership with Movie Park Germany," said Patrick Alders, Managing Director, Nickelodeon Germany. “NICKLAND has been such a thriving and exciting destination for kids and families to interact with Nickelodeon’s brand and characters, and we’re really looking forward to expanding the Nickelodeon experience there over the next six years.”
“We are more than happy with the extension of the partnership with Nickelodeon. During the last year, NICKLAND has played an important role in our success story and it is an everyday pleasure to see kids hugging SpongeBob or Patrick. We are looking forward to welcoming new Nickelodeon family members during the next years,” said Wouter Dekkers, General Manager of Movie Park Germany.
“We’re always excited to offer kids and families around the world unique and innovative Nickelodeon entertainment experiences through world class partners such as Movie Park Germany. NICKLAND will continue to offer the ultimate interactive Nick experience and remain one of Movie Park's most popular attractions,” added Gerald Raines, Vice President, Nickelodeon Recreation Business Development.
Change the scheme, Alter the mood! Electrify the boys and girls if you would be so kind!
Eine neue Achterbahn für eine zweistellige Millionensumme plant der Movie Park in Feldhausen. Am Donnerstag, 31. Mai, werden die Pläne dem Bottroper Stadtplanungsausschuss vorgestellt. Dieser muss über das Vorhaben entscheiden, weil dafür eine Änderung des geltenden Bebauungsplans nötig ist.
Alle Bauten über 18 Metern Höhe erfordern im Park eine zusätzliche Genehmigung – für die neue Achterbahn direkt hinter dem Eingangsbereich des Parks möchte man eine Erlaubnis für 60 Meter Höhe. Das entspricht der Höhe des Free-Fall-Towers. Ganz so hoch werde die neue Achterbahn allerdings nicht, verspricht Park-Chef Wouter Dekkers. Er geht von rund 45 Metern aus: „Wir wollten aber nicht eine neue Genehmigung einholen müssen, wenn es dann am Ende 46 oder 48 Meter sind.“
Benötigt werde die neue Attraktion, um sich gegenüber der Konkurrenz besser aufzustellen, so Dekkers. 2001 wurde die letzte große Achterbahn im Movie Park eröffnet, seitdem haben etwa der Freizeitpark Efteling, und vor allem auch der Heidepark kräftig aufgerüstet. Bei einer Umfrage unter den eigenen Besuchern gaben im Movie Park nur 65 Prozent an, dass der Movie Park eine einzigartige Attraktion zu bieten habe. 40 Prozent wünschten sich ein Fahrgeschäft mit „Thrill“-Faktor, also etwas Aufregendes.
A new roller coaster for a two-digit million sum of Movie Park is planning Feldhausen. On Thursday, 31 May be, presented the plans to the city of Bottrop Planning Committee. This has to decide on the project, because this an amendment to existing development plan is necessary. want for the new roller coaster directly behind the entrance of the park is a permit for 60 meters - require all buildings over 18 meters in the park, an additional permit. This corresponds to the height of the free-fall tower. Quite as high as the new roller coaster will not, however, promises park chief Wouter Dekkers. It starts from about 45 meters, "We did not have to obtain a new permit if it then at the end of 46 or 48 feet are." If a new attraction going to get better against the competition draw, said Dekkers. In 2001, the last big roller coaster at Movie Park opened, since then about the Efteling, and upgraded especially the Heidepark strong. In a survey of our own visitors at Movie Park reported only 65 percent said the movie had to offer a unique park attraction. 40 percent wanted a ride with "thrill" factor, something exciting.
Movie Park Germany also posted this photo on the web .....
Foto Montage Neuer Achterbahn Movie Park Germany .....Movie Park Germany is planning a 45 meter tall roller coaster near the park’s entrance to open in 2014 and has submitted plans to the city to obtain the zoning permission. The news article also talks about possibly using a catapult / launch system coaster design, but this has not been finalized. The cost of the proposed coaster will be over 10 million Euros.
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