Information
USA
48 Inches
Over-the-Shoulder/Lapbar Restraints
High Thrill

Statistics
Opened: June 16th, 2006
Closed: August 24th, 2014
Ride Type: Looping Starship
Ride Height: 84 Feet (During Cycle)
Riders Per Cycle: 50
Ride Manufacturer: Intamin AG
Ride Colors: Red & Silver

History
2006
ACME Rock-N-Rocket is created from the defunct Looping Starship of Six Flags Over Georgia.
  The attraction as Looping Starship at Six Flags Over Georgia.

The attraction as Looping Starship at Six Flags Over Georgia.

Six Flags Over Georgia

ACME Rock-n-Rocket came to Six Flags Over Texas in 2006 as part of an amazing 10-ride package. Perhaps the most thrilling and intense ride of the package, this attraction actually called Six Flags Over Georgia home prior to its installation. This wasn’t the first model of a Looping Starship attraction at Six Flags Over Georgia. The park added the Looping Starship to their park in 1985 (it was removed after one season as part of the Six Flags ride rotation program).

In 1989 a new Looping Starship, purchased from Canada, was installed at Six Flags Over Georgia. The park eventually removed the ride in 2005 to make way for their new Goliath steel hypercoaster, sending the attraction to its final home at Six Flags Over Texas. In the summer of 2014 the park began a full demolition of ACME Rock-n-Rocket to make way for the Justice League: Battle for Metropolis attraction that opened in 2015.


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