Mandrill Mayhem • Chessington World of Adventures
Score of 63,7%Ranked #489 in the world
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Liv B. 4 hours ago
Comfort Launch Hangtime Capacity
Chessington's brand new for 2023 coaster!! This ride is perfectly themed and places you right into the World of Jumanji. The station has fantastic theming and even the audio as the first launch starts just wants to make you laugh as you ride. Throughout the layout you get some good pops of airtime, especially at the front of the train on the left side while dropping into the backwards spike. The inversion has some great hangtime and the launch gives a great kick to bring you through the layout!! I noticed a bit of a rattle on the ride and it is worse on the right side of the train but doesn't take away too much from the ride itself. Mandrill Mayhem is the perfect addition to the Chessington line up and it is definitely worth a visit to Chessington!
Leonardo S. 3 days ago
Theming Hangtime Rattle Too short Capacity
GOOD FUN FOR FAMILIES, NICE THEMING and a surprising amount of HANGTIME on the inversion but was WAYYYYYY TOO SHORT! I also noticed a SLIGHT RATTLE on the ride.
Will G. 19 days ago
Theming Launch Hangtime Too short Capacity
A great first thrill coaster for the younger thrillseekers! The launches through the station, the rear spike (especially on the back row) and the hangtime as you roll over the entrance to the area are highlights (the latter is helped by the fact that the vests don't clamp down like those on older B&Ms). The helix around the jaguar statue has decent intensity on the lower parts and stalling out at the top whilst banked 90 degrees is a unique sensation. It does feel very short, having the train fly backwards through the station and up the rear spike a second time after the return journey would've been fun and it feels like the train would definitely have enough speed to allow for this. The main issue with this coaster is it's capacity, as a wing coaster which can only run a single train, dispatch times are slow despite the best efforts of the ride staff. This is made even worse by the fact that the airgates are not tall enough and therefore guests are not permitted to wait behind them while the train is flying though the station at speed. Guests are batched outside of the station and only allowed to enter once the train has parked which adds considerable delay, especially for those batched on the right side of the train who are only allowed to cross the bridge over the track once the train is parked! On a coaster which was always going to have capacity issues, the decision not to use full-height airgates is frankly baffling. On opening day the virtual queue system was doing a good job of keeping the physical queue time down, but it remains to be seen how the coaster will cope with peak summer crowds, especially if the park ever discontinues the virtual queue.
Michael Hagan 1 day ago
Tom B. 7 days ago
Fabrice Lizin 9 days ago
Ben S. 13 days ago
Jeff Down 16 days ago
Joe Candish 18 days ago
Nathan Durringer 19 days ago
Will Booth 19 days ago