Help settle the two ties from Nate Region, Round 1 by AJRitz | Jul 17, 2018 | DISDads Podcast, Walt Disney World | 2 comments Which attraction should advance to the second round?8) The VOID (Star Wars VR)9) Mickey's PhilharmagicVote Which attraction should advance to the second round?(Remember - attractions were drafted & seeded before Toy Story Land opened)5) Soarin' Around the World12) Slinky Dog DashVote TweetPinShare10+110 Shares 2 Comments David Adams on July 18, 2018 at 9:42 am How in the world is the VOID losing to Philharmagic right now??? My mind is blown!! Nate on July 18, 2018 at 12:00 pm Having Done the VOID, and Ridden Slinky Dog Dash… Void vs Philharmagic… The VOID was an excellent experience using new technology, and was allot of fun. The $30 price point for 15-20minutes may be a little steep, and it is something I will do again. HOWEVER, Mickey’s Philharmagic I have long said… is one of my favorite attractions at MK. No matter how many times I’ve attended a showing… kids and families always applaud, and laugh at the Donald falling thru the wall at the end (spoiler alert). While it may be my 100th+ showing… it’s almost always someones 1st. the show is solid, entertaining. Something that is a great time filler when you need that one more thing to do before your next Fast Pass window arrives. Soarin’ vs Slinky Dog… I said it when I picked it in the selection show, I’ll take Soarin’ (but only in the middle seats). Soarin’ Over California was an awesome show which set up this remake of Soarin’ Around the World. However, the new version suffers in several spots from Concave screen distortions, the further (left or right) from center you sit, the worse the distortion becomes. Most notably on the Eiffel Tower, but can also be seen on the Matterhorn, Neuschwanstein Castle, Taj Mahal (totally CG scene); even the Buttes in Monument Valley. This is a Major detractor. Slinky Dog Dash is a winner in my book. It’s a Totally fun ride from beginning to end, heck even the queue was fun and had many things to look at that kept my mind occupied while waiting. It’s thrilling enough to make it a must do, but also tame enough for most children and grandma to ride also. It fills a much needed void in the Disney Coaster arena. And is a good step toward making Studios a viable option for a full day. (not yet, but getting there) Submit a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.