|Length:3,985 ft||Height:150 ft||Drop:141 ft||Inversions:7||Speed:63 mph||Duration:3:00||Elements:128 ft tall Loop
96 ft tall Dive Loop
78 ft tall Cobra Roll
|Capacity:1,440 riders per hour|
|Categories:||Floorless||Designer:||Ing.-Büro Stengel GmbH||Trains:||3 trains with 8 cars per train. Riders are arranged 4 across in a single row for a total of 32 riders per train.||Facts:||Mirror image of the Medusa at Six Flags Great Adventure.|
Six Flags says: This is how it feels to fly.
Ever wonder what it feels like to fly through the air, without a plane, a jetpack, or even a pair of wings to hold you up? Well, get ready to get airborne. Scream features a totally one-of-a-kind floorless train design. Look straight down and all you’ll see is the ground or the sky, depending on which direction you’re facing. Since there’s no track over your head or under your feet, riding Scream is exactly what it feels like to fly.
You’ll be completely upside down seven times. Combine that with the incredible amount of airtime you’ll feel on the many steep crests and you’ll really start to get the hang of this flying thing. The first drop is a breathtaking 141-footer. Chase that with a 128-foot vertical loop, immediately followed by a 96-foot loop with a rolling twist. Sorry, no time to take a breath, because then you’re blasted right into a cobra roll 78 feet in the sky.
Fly low to the ground then zoom up at 63 miles per hour for a mind-blowing double corkscrew. Completely open to the wind, with your feet slicing through the air below you and nothing over your head, more than any roller coaster you’ve ever ridden, Scream will show you what it feels like to soar.