Reverse Freefall Coaster is a shuttle roller coaster, built by Intamin of Switzerland, in real life. That coaster involves riders riding in a large vehicle, whereas it will travel along the straight track and ascend the 90 degree slope. Then that vehicle travels down that slope and return to the station.
Maximum Support Height: 500 feet
Maximum Number of Vehicles per Train: 1
On Ride Photo Camera (Backwards)
On Ride Photo Camera (Forwards)
High-Tech 10-Seater - Same as High-Tech 14-Seater, but slightly smaller and encompasses 3 rows with the back row seating 4 passengers (maximum) and the other rows carrying up to 3 passengers each.
High-Tech 14-Seater - This vehicle was based on the one that was used on Superman Escape from Krypton at Six Flags Magic Mountain, California, USA.
Space 14-Seater - This vehicle was based on what was used on Tower of Terror 2 in Dreamworld in Australia.
Standard 8-Seater - This vehicle was based on the one that was used on the reverse freefall coaster in Roller Coaster Tycoon 3.
Standard 15-Seater - Same as the standard 8-seater vehicle, but has been slightly enlarged to encompass 4 rows, the front of which carries up to 3 passengers, and the remaining rows have a capacity of 4 riders each.
Standard 20-Seater - Same as the standard 15-seater vehicle, but was slightly enlarged to encompass 5 rows, each seating up to 4 passengers.