Seaworld isn't Universal or Disney. This is a coaster park now, and that's great for Orlando.A launched wing coaster honestly sounds pretty fun, especially if it could be decently themed like Fenix at Toverland, though I cringe at the thought of yet another roller coaster taking up almost all of the remaining unused space in the park. SWO's attraction lineup isn't nearly as lopsided as BGT's but it could still use another indoor ride and some flat rides in order to really have all the bases covered. The penguin name is bizarre since the park's centerpiece attraction is devoted to penguins.
What ever happened to the rumors about a Sesame Street dark ride, Wild Arctic flying theater, and general re-theme of the surrounding area? I was pretty stoked about that; those three additions would be a big boost for the park.
After seeing the parking lot's new parking lot-themed entrance arch and BGT's new suburbia-themed exterior, I'm apprehensive about any changes they might make to the park entrance. Whoever's pushing these changes seems intent on making the parks look as generic and utilitarian as possible, for whatever reason, and I would hate to see the beautiful harbor-themed entrance replaced with a vast concrete plaza emulating the entrance to Cedar Point.