Super Nintendo World Mario Kart Ride Has Strict Waistline Limits

Height restrictions have always been a challenge for some amusement park guests, as Safety features on roller coaster rides are not designed for every rider. But Mario fans are flocking to Universal Studios Hollywood this month for the opening Super Nintendo World may not be able to enjoy the park’s most exciting attraction this time because of her waist.

according to a last report in the Wall Street JournalUniversal Studios Hollywood has warned some guests may not be allowed to drive Mario Kart: Bowser’s Challenge, which allows guests to climb aboard a go-kart and experience the popular Nintendo racing game in real life through augmented reality effects and animatronic characters “if their waist is 40 inches or more”. With the average male waist size in America now exceeding 40 inches, this limitation will potentially leave many guests very disappointed after enduring what are likely to be very long lines at the new attraction.

In recent years, theme parks across the country have become more stringent when it comes to safety and restrictions on vehicles, and it’s not just for high-speed attractions like roller coasters that can take riders through inverted loops and steep turns. As indoor rides have become more complex and now offer riders highly immersive experiences, so has the technology they use get more complex… and more dangerous.

Trackless vehicles now deftly meander through attractions such as Galaxy’s Edge Rise of the Resistance with more speed and agility than the vehicles used on classic attractions such as The Pirates of the Caribbean. As a result, while pirates does not hold back riders, Mario Kart: Bowser’s Challenge because there is a serious risk of injury if a driver exits a vehicle before the journey is complete. In addition, there is now even more emphasis on securing smaller children safely in the same seats used by adult drivers, adding further restrictions for larger guests.

Jeff Polk, senior vice president of resort operations at Universal Orlando Resort, told the Wall Street Journal that many of the park’s attractions offer trial seats outside of the rides, allowing guests to test restrictions and capacity in advance to avoid being turned away after waiting hours. But at the same time, some park visitors also said so Wall Street Journal that testing seating in advance can be awkward, awkward, and not always meaningful the actual build and design of the ride.

Some attractions, like Universal’s Islands of Adventure’s The Incredible Hulk Coaster in Florida, now offer designated seating specifically for taller guests. But as pandemic-weary populations resume travel and vacations, theme parks are bursting at the seams with hour-long queues, and there’s simply less incentive for parks to offer rides with seats they might not be able to fill every time the ride is operated. Super Nintendo World Mario Kart Ride Has Strict Waistline Limits

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