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IAAPA 2019


Veteran Member
Feb 25, 2014
Another year has flown by, so it's time for IAAPA 2019!

As usual, there's gonna' be a lot of coaster vehicle reveals, hopefully a nice amount of new concepts and way more VR stuff that'll only be really viable in entertainment centers and cruise ships.

At the moment, I think the most exciting thing to look forward to is more info from S&S's new Axis coaster concept. It's one of the more unique ideas to come about, and I can see Six Flags snatching up one or two of them.