3 New Rides Coming To Fiesta Texas


Three new rides will anchor the Bay Boardwalk at Six Flags Fiesta Texas in 2016. - COURTESY
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  • Three new rides will anchor the Bay Boardwalk at Six Flags Fiesta Texas in 2016.

The ride-designing mad scientists at Six Flags Fiesta Texas are already looking forward to 2016.

The theme park announced that three new rides — the Fireball, Hurricane Force 5 and Spinsanity — will anchor the new Fiesta Bay Boardwalk.

Here's a breakdown of the "mind-bending" rides:

Guests will find themselves looping, spinning, and soaring as they experience the new high-adrenaline thrills on Fireball, featuring a massive 7-story looping frenzy; Hurricane Force 5, where riders take on the power of a storm and swirl round-and-round while soaring high into the air; and Spinsanity, the ultimate whirling adventure for daredevil riders.

In 2015, Six Flags Fiesta Texas brought us Batman: The Ride, a 4D (still not entirely sure what 4D is, but whatever) Wing Coaster challenging riders to "face their fears" while directing their vomit away from other riders. It's a blast.

Fiesta Texas debuted Batman: The Ride in 2015. This 4D Wing Coaster challenges riders to “face their fears” as they flip head-over-heels at least six times along the weightless, tumbling journey. Along the way on this 4th dimension free-fly coaster, thrill seekers experience exhilarating coaster hills and unexpected drops along with an interactive ride experience.

For more information, visit Six Flags Fiesta Texas' website.

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