MR. FREEZE: Reverse Blast
Go from zero to chill in seconds flat!
Something about this ice cream factory looks a little off, don’t you think? It’s downright creepy. The deeper you venture, the more ominous this demented industrial wasteland becomes. In fact, you’ve stumbled into the lair of MR. FREEZE, BATMAN’s chillingly insane enemy!
MR. FREEZE has some terribly fun plans for you. Using cutting-edge electromagnetic technology, you’ll be launched from the station, hitting 0-70 miles per hour in a mind-crunching 3.8 seconds! And as the name of this ride indicates, you’ll be doing it in reverse. You’ll slam out of the station at 70 miles per hour, backwards!
You’ll immediately be shot into a staggering high “top hat” loop. That means while you’re hurtling up and down the 90 degree slopes of this loop, backwards, your train will twist around the track as you flip remaining upright the whole time. Then you’re immediately hustled right into a 180-degree overbanked turn, a big, glorious arch as wide as the sky. And FREEZE has saved the best element for last: a ridiculously fast straight launch up a 236-foot tower, still riding backwards, which means you’ll be watching the ground disappear as you blast to the top. Then you’ll see that ground rapidly approaching again as you free-fall straight down.
Feeling the chill yet? That’s just the gale force wind blasting you as you prepare to do this entire trio a second time—this time facing forward!
By The Numbers
What Our Guests Say
"The Reverse Blast was great. Going in reverse makes the loops and the vertical climb MUCH more intense and thrilling!"
"The best ride ever if you want to feel "negative g" force... amazing."
"Mr. Freeze goes backwards, twists, goes upside down, and then does all of this in the other direction. The best part is that it's super-duper fast!!! "
"I'm 54, and my daughter didn't think I would ride it . We rode it 3 times. Grandma is still a thrill seeker. "
"You take off like a rocket, while trying to follow where the ride is taking you. By the time you get your bearings the ride climbs, and gives you an amazing view of the park."
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