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emily7793

Contributing Member
Jun 7, 2010
621
Orlando, FL
Just out of curiosity, how long is it until the buildings reassemble themselves after they're done crumbling?
I think a few minutes. It looks awesome. I went through New York about 3 times and wasn't able to catch it resetting, but I'll definitely be looking out for that next time I go.
 

Scarletwebslingr

Veteran Member
May 4, 2009
1,862
Windermere
I think a few minutes. It looks awesome. I went through New York about 3 times and wasn't able to catch it resetting, but I'll definitely be looking out for that next time I go.
Once everything goes black it's only about a minute to reset.

I thought this street was too big for its own britches. The scareacters were not into it any of the four times I walked through. There was only one small sud machine making the actual "rain" effect hardly noticeable as it was only sprinkling over the Twister entrance. The projections were neat from a distance but the closer you got the worse then looked so by the time you actually reach the street it's not as engrossing as advertised. If the actors find their groove and more "rain" is added though this street could easily be a contender.
 

Vyrus

The man with the master plan
Premium Member
Feb 11, 2010
6,571
Miami, FL
It looks too bright in the area, they need to turn off some lights, but on video it looks better.
 

batsmouth

Veteran Member
Feb 7, 2010
1,226
Belfast, UK
I think its a great effect to see the library crumble and I think was it the mummy building? I could be wrong though. Props to UOR for this!
 

Octobers Fade

DEAD inside
Premium Member
Jul 10, 2010
6,080
NoRemorse Cemetery
Once everything goes black it's only about a minute to reset.

I thought this street was too big for its own britches. The scareacters were not into it any of the four times I walked through. There was only one small sud machine making the actual "rain" effect hardly noticeable as it was only sprinkling over the Twister entrance. The projections were neat from a distance but the closer you got the worse then looked so by the time you actually reach the street it's not as engrossing as advertised. If the actors find their groove and more "rain" is added though this street could easily be a contender.
How wet is the area supposed to be amd is the "rain" just bubbles? As I said Last year, I am not in to getting soaked at HHNs or any Halloween event.
 

Tbad556

Veteran Member
Aug 17, 2009
7,236
It was still just a bubble machine tonight. Nothing to worry about.

As for my thoughts on the zone, it was simply one of the coolest zones I've ever gone through.
 

Vyrus

The man with the master plan
Premium Member
Feb 11, 2010
6,571
Miami, FL
They should have had it from the beginning, it was weird seeing only 2 chainsaws on the street this year in 7.
 

sierrak5

Rookie
Sep 16, 2010
476
Clermont
Went last night and thought it was a great scarezone. The projection effects were really cool. They do look best from far away though.

The scareactors were really into it as well. I loved the guy with the shopping cart.
 

snoman

Veteran Member
Feb 15, 2008
1,817
Deltona, Florida
Also went last night and the scarezone had improved a lot. It was pretty good for opening weekend IMO, but the chainsaws definitely ramp up the atmosphere and the scareactors were really working it, got some good scares!
 

The_Bled

Veteran Member
Mar 26, 2008
2,718
NEST
They should have had it from the beginning, it was weird seeing only 2 chainsaws on the street this year in 7.
I believe them saying they were going to tone down the amount of chainsaws this year and go for more natural scares.
 
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YETI PINTRADER

Veteran Member
May 9, 2008
2,839
South Florida
I wish that they had done the projections so that the buildings would crumble over time. That way you could go through the zone at the beginning of the night and have most of it still intact and then as the night went on it would slowly fall apart. I liked the effect, but it just seemed strange to see the buildings keep falling and then coming back up over and over.