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Thoughts on Dark (Chocolate) Ride - concept

 
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wokcreative



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PostPosted: Wed Mar 05, 2008 3:08 am    Post subject: Thoughts on Dark (Chocolate) Ride - concept Reply with quote

Any thoughts on this would be appreciated:

Dark (Chocolate) Ride

Concept

This ride is a wild mouse coaster type journey through a chocolate factory that has been sabotaged by a lower quality cross-town rival. The “Day In The Life Of A Chocolate – The Tour” must continue, to keep the factory alive. The family traditions and worker’s jobs must be saved, but will the tour be safe enough?

Marshmallow (foam ball) gun instructions are given as the cars ascend to the catwalks above the production floor. Help will be needed in fighting off the saboteurs. At the top, the lights go out and there is a loud crash as the cars quickly spiral down, headed toward a giant mixing machine. An evasive turn leads to conveyors and automated loaders throwing nuts and marshmallows. Another turn brings the tour-turned-battle into the extreme heat of the kitchen, with steam blasting from pipes and giant bubbling vats on both sides. As a final blow against the marshmallow attack, the opposition forces the cars to the back of the kitchen, leading to the dishwashing machine, with its powerful mist spraying all around. A final, all out competition can mean victory over the bad guys and escape from getting soaked. The ride ends by following the slow curving, easy rolling path of the chocolate being poured into molds and the end of the assembly line, in the candy and gift shop.

Each car is given a certain number of foam balls for their marshmallow ammunition. A collection system corrals the balls back to an ammo loading station. The track and electronics are shielded to protect them from “spongy confection” damage gumming up the works.

The ride vehicles are also equipped with Light Emitting Capacitor panels on the sides, allowing them to change throughout the ride, as seen in the reflective stainless steel walls. They begin as basic looking factory/tour cars, before changing into cake pans. At the end, they become wrapped candy bars.

The queue and a second floor post-tour area contain more detailed interactive areas where guests learn about the actual process of making chocolate and its history.



(I have a more developed storyline, but this is just a brief concept version)

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Sfan00



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PostPosted: Fri Mar 19, 2010 4:21 pm    Post subject: Re: Thoughts on Dark (Chocolate) Ride - concept Reply with quote

[quote="wokcreative"]Any thoughts on this would be appreciated:

Dark (Chocolate) Ride

Concept

This ride is a wild mouse coaster type journey through a chocolate factory that has been sabotaged by a lower quality cross-town rival. The “Day In The Life Of A Chocolate – The Tour” must continue, to keep the factory alive. The family traditions and worker’s jobs must be saved, but will the tour be safe enough?
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Had you consider approaching someone like Kraft or Hershey with this ?
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wokcreative



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PostPosted: Sun Mar 28, 2010 10:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thought about it, just figuring out the best way to go about everything for getting things out there, and networking in general. I've been working on completing more spec ideas for attractions and working on my "short game" (log-lines...).
Thanks for reading and the thought on that.
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