Operated: 1961 - 1982
Skull Island was a multi-functional playground attraction (and its own area) that was eventually removed completely as the park's Tower section expanded. Credit: Six Flags Archives
Operated: 1961 - 2002
An Eli Bridge Scrambler attraction. There were multiple versions of the ride. The last version, which was located in the current Superman: Tower of Power location, was removed in 2002 and relocated to Six Flags Magic Mountain. Credit: Amusement Planet
Operated: 1982 - 2007
Known by three different names (Wildcatter, G-Force, Cliffhanger) during its time at Six Flags Over Texas. Was a First-Generation Intamin Freefall attraction that was imploded when removed. Once occupied the current Pandemonium location.
Operated: March 17, 1990 - November 1, 2009
The Texas Giant was first constructed in 1990 as the world’s tallest and fastest wooden roller coaster. In 2009 the iconic roller coaster was closed. During the 2010 season the attraction underwent a hybrid transformation to eventually become New Texas Giant.
Operated: 1973 - 2016
Good Time Square was first introduced at Six Flags Over Texas in 1973 and was the first location in the park to feature games of skill. In 1989, with the addition of Flashback!, Good Time Square was transformed into Goodtimes Square: a 50s-themed section. Much of the area was transformed into Gotham City in 1999. For the 2016 season Gotham City was expanded once again, engulfing the remainder of Goodtimes Square. Many debate that part of the area still exists near Texas SkyScreamer and Judge Roy Scream though no physical evidence indicates otherwise.
Operated: April 28, 2006 - January 7, 2018
A Huss Troika attraction. From 2006 through 2015 the ride was named Crazy Legs while that area of the park was still Good Time Square. In 2016 the ride was renamed Harley Quinn Spinsanity to fit the newly-expanded Gotham City theme.