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Revenge of the Mummy: The Ride at Universal Studios Singapore

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User rating:
Your rating: None Average: 3.2 (285 votes)

Park:

Land:
Egypt

Type:
Roller coaster

Opening Date:
Mar 18, 2010
(Confirmed)

Length:
2200 feet

Maximum speed:
45 mph

Manufacturer:
Premier Rides

Model:
Launched Coaster

Minimum height:
48 inches

Revenge of the Mummy: The Ride is hybrid dark ride-rollercoaster that is named after the second movie in the popular The Mummy franchise. It is virtual clone of the Universal Studios Florida version, although it features a slightly changed queue line and an even more brutal ending.

After exploring the interior of an anicent Egyptian tomb (complete with props from the movies), riders board trains that resemble cars. They then traverse the opening dark ride section, in which they are terrorised by some of the evil Imohtep's minions, before encountering the mummy himself. Linear induction motors are used to propel the train to speeds of up to 45 miles per hour, before it races through a series of twists, turns and drops. The surprise elements from the Florida version are all in place here - expect to get very hot in the final scene!

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Reviews of Revenge of the Mummy: The Ride:

All time fave
Submitted by Solsetur
on Sunday, September 01, 2013 14:36

I rode the one in Florida, and this is a ride I will always go for in Singapore. One of the best theming in USS.

It is indeed almost exactly the same as Florida's, but (spoilers) no Brendan Fraser (is that what the ride summary was hinting to), entrance way more majestic and the 180 degree rotation is anti-clockwise instead of clockwise (which I read is a quirk you find in carousels too).

5

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