This is arguably one of the worst roller coasters ever designed. Zamperla's cheap variation of a Flying coaster delivers a rough and brutal ride experience. Individual four-abreast cars navigate almost impossible turns and heartline inversions while beating up those brave enough to board it. For adult riders there are moments when the restraints deliver a quick one–two knock out like punch to each side of your head. The only redeeming quality of Time Warp is the unique spiral lift hill and the awkward step ladder style, continuos loading and unloading of the flying cars. You've been warned so should you decide to ride Time Warp…do so defensively.
2008 – Tomb Raider: The Ride renamed Time Warp.
Features: Spiral Lift
Inversions: Two Heartline Rolls
Opening date: May 2, 2004
Individual car has one row each, seating four abreast per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 54 inches tall
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