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Can you name the the rides at Six Flags Magic Mountain?
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Wow! We finally made it to Six Flags! But what a long line for parking! I'm tired of waiting, so I decide to look at an extreme roller coaster to my left. What is it?
At a normal day at the park, the regular wait time for X2 is over 2 hours!
I feel pumped up to go on this ride! But I feel that I should save the best for last. I enter the park and see a fountain. Above I see an orange coaster that appears to be flying!
A stomach-churning pretzel loop is a highlight of the ride, which consists of literally pushing you into your seat.
I decide to also ride it later and walk to the right. I see a high, orange coaster towering over the park! I mention after that I almost lost my head! What ride is this?
Near the entrance of Goliath, Thomas Town features a kiddie-coaster with Percy, which originally was 'Goliath Jr.'.
I am sure ready for another ride! I walk north of the park and head to the right. I see a wooden coaster which appears to be racing. Which ride am I looking at?
Colossus is really not a racing coaster due to a lack of simultaneous launching.
I walk away due to a long line, but immediately see a large blue, yellow, and pink coaster! It also seems as if there is no floor on the car! What ride am I looking at?
This coaster features 7 inversions including a 128 vertical loop, a 96 foot dive loop, one zero-g roll, a cobra roll, and 2 interlocked corkscrews.
Boy am I dizzy! I decide to walk to the back of the park where I see a familiar city that I've seen a comic book. It is a suspending coaster. What is it?
This particular Batman ride is actually a spin-off of the orignal in Six Flags Great Adventure.
I ride. I conquered. I am now very excited to go on the next ride. My friend says, 'I hate Batman.' So we decide to on one of Batman's enemy's coasters. What is this ride?
This ride is unique because you actually stand instead of the normal sit-and-ride.
I feel the need to ride a wooden coaster because I didn't ride Colossus. It seems as if a robot-apocolypse has just taken place. Which ride is this?
In the loading station, a special fly-by section of track speeds above awaiting riders.
I then head over to a green, suspending coaster. It seems as if the coaster has broken down because I see it going backwards! Then I find it is part of the ride? What is this?
This ride was produced by a company called Vekoma. The ride posed many safety risks. This is the only surviving ride out of the three removed from the Six Flags franchise.
I just remembered about the safety risks, so my friends and I chicken out. We leave, then ride Tatsu! After, we reach a white-colored ride with a large loop! What ride is this?
This ride was featured in 'National Lampoon's Vacation' and renamed the 'Whipper Snapper' for the movie.
As we leave the park, we realize that our bags are gone! We quickly run back and ask for directions. We described it as a yellow coaster. What is this ride?
This roller-coaster is actually historical because it was the first roller coaster to be release in the park.
After a long day of surprises and rides, we head home. We then find out someone has hitched a ride with us! It seems like an old bald man with really bad glasses. Who is this man?
Yeah, don't know why but they had to choose the old guy. Thanks for coming with us!
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