Some say history's largest arachnid--a prehistoric beast of Jurassic proportions--still exists to this day on an uncharted tropical island. Nobody can confirm its existence because those who have claimed to have seen it have never made it out alive, and those who have have been labeled as liars, crackpots, and to a lesser extent, donuts.
Like any giant spider, this monstrous beast features a total of eight inversions--a cobra roll, a barrel roll, two vertical loops, a sidewinder, and a batwing. No spider roll, unfortunately, because that's a type of sushi, not a roller coaster inversion. When asked why they replaced the "i" with a "y" in the name, they replyed that yt makes the ryde more excytyng. We don't know how or "y" that makes any sense.
See fynal screenshot for ratyngs.
- Twister Roller Coaster
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