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Virtual Space Mountain
Website: Disney Quest Homepage
Ride Type: Interactive Movie
Ride Status: Running
Average Rating: 4.1622
TPC Overall Rank: #127 out of 2933 rides.
Reviews: 43
Last Review: 9/5/2008 9:32:00 PM
In User Top 10: 11 times.
User Tracker Count: 129 times.

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5 Rating
-1 Rating Rate Down Rate Up skyedream7 on 4/17/2004 11:16:00 AM
Gotta love making your own mini-coaster and getting to ride it. ^_^

4 Rating
-1 Rating Rate Down Rate Up Yogurt on 4/13/2004 7:06:00 PM
I thought that this was the best attraction in Disney Quest! The concept of being able to design your very own coaster and then ride it is insane! Even though of course it is nothing like the real thing, but just the thought of it was cool. I filled it with inversions because I discovered that the drops were boring. They feel like absolutely nothing. Just put in as many inversions as possible.

3 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up pit77 on 4/5/2004 2:47:00 AM
This is a good idea and a decent ride, just dont go into it thinking that you will get the same experience as riding the real thing. I like how you design your own ride, but the drops are boring. Try to add inversions to your ride because they are the best part of the ride.

5 Rating
-1 Rating Rate Down Rate Up Scaredycat on 3/30/2004 2:01:00 AM - User's Top Ride #17
This is coming from an acrophobic who never really rode a looping rollercoaster until less than a month ago, but this is a BLAST. The Bill Nye thing, as others have said, is corny...but on the other hand, being able to design a coaster and ride it is so cool its almost unimaginable. Again, I wouldnt know whether or not it feels like the real thing since Ive never even BEEN on a good rollercoaster until recently...but this is nonetheless definitely worth your while.

4 Rating
+1 Rating Rate Down Rate Up woofboy111 on 1/9/2004 1:42:00 PM
This feels nothing like a real coaster, and isnt the best thing at Disney Quest because it isnt interactive enough.

It starts out with your host, Bill Nye the Science Guy, giving you instructions, and then you pick your choice of 3 outer space environments for your coaster to travel through. Then you pick the track pieces that you want and name the coaster. And then you go and wait on another line, and then go to a simulator. You tell the attendent the name of your ride, and go in and ride it. This is much better than arcade roller coaster simulators, but of course, nothing like the real thing.

3 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up zzzmikey on 11/28/2003 8:06:00 PM
The attraction itself is a great idea and cool concept, but it just doesnt feel anywhere near as entertaining as the real thing. I understand that its not supposed to, either. Even with that in mind, though, it still lacks the entertainment value usually associated with Disney attractions.

4 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up cordovad6 on 9/29/2003 11:35:00 AM
The ride is ok i guess, but it just didnt cut itt. I mean i have been on other lower quality virtual ries and they have water squirting, or wind blowing on your face, i mean this is Disney, i expected them to do something that actually felt real, but the concept is cool though. By the way, supposedly the record amount of loops that have been able to be done on one ride has been thirteen i believe, though my record was eleven, not too far huh?

3 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up Swimace on 8/30/2003 5:02:00 PM
It isnt as scary as a real coaster but it still is fun. You cant get airtime or anything like that but I like how you design your own coaster. I went on it 8 times the day I went. My coasters had like 10-12 invesions in a row. Dont try to make a coaster with drops though, theyre boring, go for as many inversions as they will allow. The ride operator got annoying though because he thought I was doing my continous inversion coasters as a dare or something and was afraid I was going to get sick (even though I never, and I meen never, get motion sickness) and kept asking me if I would like to ride one of Disneys pre-designed coasters with fewer inversions.

5 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up screamer01 on 7/28/2003 7:13:00 PM
By far the best thing at DisneyQuest, this simulator is great fun even though it doesnt feel like the real thing. I rode it four times and the fourth time I finaly got a 5 out of 5 on the thrill rating with 12, count em 12 inversions. Definately a must see and the wonderful DisneyQuest!

4 Rating
+2 Rating Rate Down Rate Up samael7 on 6/10/2003 7:28:00 PM
Since the dawn of time, many questions have plagued humanity: How did we get here? Who made the universe? How many loops can you put in a row on a roller coaster before your ridemate tosses his cookies? Well, dear readers, at least one of these questions may yet be resolved. Bill Nye guides you through an easy interface to put together the coaster of your dreams (or nightmares). Ive done ones similar to this elsewhere, but by far the interface and choices of the DQ one are superior. What you lack in actual experience of being thrown around while hurtling through time and space (although that little pod does twist a lot, even upside-down -- watch your loose change!), I feel is compensated for in the sheer diabolical creativity you can express during coaster creation. Be sure you give it a good name, too, like "The Upchucker," "The Decapitator," etc.

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