Originally Posted by Captain Jack
Walt Disney World's Soarin' is a clone of Disney California Adventure's Soarin' Over California. The only difference is the theming of the building and queue (DCA's in own building, WDW's in Epcot's The Land Pavilion) and the number of "theaters" each has...WDW has an extra theater for greater riders per hour. And, both DCA and WDW share the same film, even though California is like 3,000 miles from Florida...an amazing ride nonetheless. However, transitions between scenes could be better, but the music score is AWESOME.
On a sidenote, Epcot's Soarin' is themed like an Airport...it's quite cool.
Now, WHY'S THE RUM GONE!?!?!
Yes it is open right now, so is WDW's...a clone, like the 11 Batman the Rides throughout the Six Flags chain.
1.) A cast member told me it had the extra theater, they are probably wrong and you are probably right, my apologies.Originally Posted by testtrack321
1.) Soarin' at Epcot has two theaters, just like at DCA.
2.) Not all the Batman clones at Six Flags are B&M Inverts.[/
2.) In the Six Flags chain, "Batman the Rides"=B&M Inverts...nothing else. Batman the Escape is an Intamin stand-up, Batman the Dark Knight is a B&M floorless and Batman Knight Flight was a B&M floorless (now is not SF park), and Batman and Robin the the Chiller are Premier dual-track LIM launches. Batman THE RIDE is a clone or mirror image of the same B&M invert track layout of the world's first invert built in 1992 at SF Great America. A little FYI, this layout is so popular, intense, and compact that it has been cloned for Busch parks and other parks worldwide.