• Nathan F

    Airtimes Ejectors

    Lightning Run is an unassuming little ride that packs insane ejector airtime. I got the chance to ride in the back row, and this thing was relentless, even riding early in the morning. This ride has no business being as insanely fun as it ends up being.

  • Nathan F

    Airtimes Masterpiece Ejectors

    RMC never misses. Storm Chaser isn't RMC's best work by any means because it's on a small scale, but it has some wild ejector airtime. The barrel roll drop is memorable here, and the ride feels like it's much bigger than it actually is. This is a fantastic coaster.

  • Nathan F

    Duration Rattle Discomfort

    This ride is incredibly similar to the Hurler from Kings Dominion and Carowinds. I never got to do the Kings Dominion one, but the Carowinds one is much better. This one is rough and painful. One and done. No airtime. Not a whole lot going for it.

  • Nathan F

    Discomfort Lap Bar

    T3 is not good. The SLC layout is a really fun layout, but this thing herks and jerks all throughout. It's big enough that it's gotta be done once, but the restraint makes the ride worse than other SLCs.

  • Coaster Nut

    First Drop Inversions Launch

    This was so much better than I thought it would be. I love this coaster. It rotates at various places so you are facing forward, sideways and backward for different parts of it. I found myself laughing most of the time because I was having so much fun. The first drop out of the station was surprising and intense. The launches, inversions and airtimes are great. Ride it multiple times because each seat gives a new ride experience. My favorite ride was where I ended up facing down for an overbanked turn.

  • Coaster Nut

    Location Layout Duration Rattle

    My favorite wood coaster, hands down. The trip through the woods just makes this so much fun. The layout is nicely done, and the closeness to the terrain makes it feel like it's going faster than it really is. I'm not a huge fan of wooden coasters because many are too rough for my tastes, but this is one of the smoothest wooden coasters I've been on. Lines were pretty short when I was there, and I was able to ride it 11 times in two hours. There was one small hill near the end that was pretty jarring, but they've apparently fixed that part since then. I made a special trip to Lake Compounce just for this coaster, and it was worth it.

  • Jake H.

    First Drop Theming Fun Rattle Layout Intensity

    Great little Vekoma SFC inside a dark-ride show building, themed to an ancient civilisation. Inside, you'll find lighting effects and theming that will simply blow you away. The ride experience is absolutely made by the theming. The coaster itself is nothing to write home about, except for some great leg-choppers, use of trenches and a first drop that does wonders in the back row with the lap bars. Aside from that, it's all about that incredible dark ride experience.

  • Jake H.

    Inversions Launch Intensity Capacity Harness Dead spots

    Wrath of Zeus was perhaps the highlight of my Phu Quoc trip in terms of the ride itself. The launch is absolutely rapid, the airtime is spectacular, the inversions are great and it's an intense ride with G-forces that made me grey out. It loses a little bit of momentum in the latter half of the ride, but makes up for it with some twisted airtime hills that are loads of fun. Theming is great, operations are atrocious. Between the train returning to the station and being dispatched for the next ride is often 5-10 minutes. A bit of a let-down, the ride itself is great!

  • Jake H.

    Theming Capacity Fun Discomfort Dead spots Lap Bar

    A very simple Vekoma Family Boomerang. The theming around the attraction is fantastic, although it's a relocated ride that operated in the park under a different name, so the train doesn't fit the theme at all. It's a fantastic little ride, with the interesting note that the turnaround is entirely powered by gravity, and there is only one wheel lift. I felt this made the backwards leg rather slow-paced actually.

  • Jake H.

    Airtimes Harness Intensity Too short Launch Layout

    A very simple Intamin Surfrider, but with lap bars instead of over-the-shoulder restraints. This adds a whole lot more upper-body movement and gives you some good airtime if you swing in the right position. These coasters are nothing special, but freeing up the restraints is a good touch. Definitely the least impressive of VinWonders' coasters.