6. X Scream (U.S.) :
It is a ride on top of the Stratosphere Hotel tower, one of the most iconic buildings in Las Vegas.
"X Scream" is close to a large test station in the sky and repeats that a small train with eight people on board went down and up again.
It is about 10 meters away from the building. Just watching the video makes my heart sink.
5. Texas Skyscreamer (U.S.) :
When passengers board, the swing goes up about 122 meters and spins at the top.
He is an "air traveler" with 24 passengers on board, and when he goes up, he can even see the Texas Rangers Falls Park.
4. Eeyanaka (Japan) :
Eeyjanika is a luxury item in Fuji-Q Highland. It rises to a height of 76 meters and falls vertically.
It is a ride that creates extreme fear by making 14 rounds in the air. Highland is also famous for its "Dodonpa," which runs at 172 kilometers per hour in just 1.8 seconds from departure.
3. Sky Tower (Denmark) :
Sky Tower is a game in which passengers wearing safety vests fall freely and fall onto the net.
When an agent pulls a rope connected to a safety vest, the user drops it at about 88 kilometers per hour without any device that reduces the drop speed.
From a height of 40 meters to a net, it falls below 30 meters.
2. KINGDA CAR (U.S) :
The flower of the amusement park is also a roller coaster.
The King's car at Six Flags theme park in New Jersey in the U.S. can reach up to 139 meters.
Launch like a rocket, go straight up along the rail, then turn around and come down. It is also a feature of the fall-ride vehicle "Handerer."
1. Giant Canyon Swing (U.S.) :
It is a super-sized swing that is installed on a cliff that is 400 meters high and moves at 80 kilometers per hour. Four people can ride for 60 seconds at a time.
The ride is located at Glenden Kervon Adventure Park in Colorado, U.S.