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Also visited the other week. Have to say I agree about the polish queue jumpers. Certainly runner up in that field only to Port Aventura for me! But such a great atmosphere in the park it didnt ruin it for us. 

 

Shame about Hyperion. I only rode on the inner seats as if heard it can be rattly and found it extremely smooth. It think il only ever ride the inside now. 

 

What was wrong with the chicken place? I found my family bucket I had almost to myself rather tasty. 

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13 hours ago, Mattgwise said:

Also visited the other week. Have to say I agree about the polish queue jumpers. Certainly runner up in that field only to Port Aventura for me! But such a great atmosphere in the park it didnt ruin it for us. 

 

Shame about Hyperion. I only rode on the inner seats as if heard it can be rattly and found it extremely smooth. It think il only ever ride the inside now. 

 

What was wrong with the chicken place? I found my family bucket I had almost to myself rather tasty. 

I had one of those 'red burgers' and the chicken inside was about 3 inches long, had to ask for a new one 2 more times, the bun was 5x the the size of theh chicken inside haha

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So we all know that EnergyLandia like to expand and we all knew that they were getting the Sweet Valley area for 2022. They only go and surprise everyone even further revealing in their 2022 brochure the following two new additions. 

 

1. A 16 slide tower for the waterpark (looks to be 8 slides duplicated symmetrically) 

2. A huge new big wheel of 54m in height. 

 

Let's not forget that they plan to build huge hotels and a full indoor waterpark complex in the next few years too. Crazy! 

 

Link to brochure. Only the polish version has been updated... https://energylandia.pl/cennik/grupy-i-firmy/

 

 

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8 hours ago, Coasterfan22 said:

Do we know what’s coming in 2023

 

Nothing confirmed yet, but it's been known that the park are planning to get a new version tilt coaster from Vekoma. A test model is currently being built at Vekoma's headquarters, so Energylandia's one could feasibly open in 2023.

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+++ BREAKING NEWS +++

The next coaster for EnergyLandia will be a TILT coaster! 😱

Now the rumors that we kept publishing here have been officially confirmed. EnergyLandia gets the first tilt coaster in Europe. This will be the 2nd generation of Vekoma Rides Manufacturing B.V. be.

An official sign now hangs in the park. This 20th coaster will cost PLN 50,650,000 (almost EUR 11 million), of which PLN 19,998,300 (EUR 4,316,178) will be funded by the European Union.

Until now you had to go far to Asia to ride a tilt coaster, but now this type of coaster will soon be riding in Poland.

These are the specifications of the TILT Coaster:

a. Twisted Vertical Drop
b. Reversing camelback
c. Upward Zero - G Roll
I.e. Triple Downe
e. Twisted Camelback
f. Upward helix turn
g . camelback
H . barrel roll
I. highsider
j. Flat carousel turn
k. Twisted Bunny Hop
1. Bunny Hop Technical
a. Track length - not less than 850 meters
b. Structure height - not less than meters 45 m
c. Speed - not less than 85 km/h
I.e. Number of inversions (360 degrees rotation) - not less than 2
e. Maximum G - force +4.5G
f. Minimum G - force -1 G
g . Number of trains - at least 2
H . Number of wagons per train - not less than 6
I. Number of passengers per train - not less than 24 people
j. Growth restriction - from 120 cm.

📷 FOMO coasters
 
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Just now, Coasterfan22 said:

 

+++ BREAKING NEWS +++

The next coaster for EnergyLandia will be a TILT coaster! 😱

Now the rumors that we kept publishing here have been officially confirmed. EnergyLandia gets the first tilt coaster in Europe. This will be the 2nd generation of Vekoma Rides Manufacturing B.V. be.

An official sign now hangs in the park. This 20th coaster will cost PLN 50,650,000 (almost EUR 11 million), of which PLN 19,998,300 (EUR 4,316,178) will be funded by the European Union.

Until now you had to go far to Asia to ride a tilt coaster, but now this type of coaster will soon be riding in Poland.

These are the specifications of the TILT Coaster:

a. Twisted Vertical Drop
b. Reversing camelback
c. Upward Zero - G Roll
I.e. Triple Downe
e. Twisted Camelback
f. Upward helix turn
g . camelback
H . barrel roll
I. highsider
j. Flat carousel turn
k. Twisted Bunny Hop
1. Bunny Hop Technical
a. Track length - not less than 850 meters
b. Structure height - not less than meters 45 m
c. Speed - not less than 85 km/h
I.e. Number of inversions (360 degrees rotation) - not less than 2
e. Maximum G - force +4.5G
f. Minimum G - force -1 G
g . Number of trains - at least 2
H . Number of wagons per train - not less than 6
I. Number of passengers per train - not less than 24 people
j. Growth restriction - from 120 cm.

📷 FOMO coasters
 
image.png.4f5276ab3a1f8046be5d805562c8be7f.png
 


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