The Pocket RockIt Rollercoaster Setlist
- #: 208617
- Price: $0.99 In Apple Store
- Category: Travel
- Updated: 2009-10-01
- Current Version: 1.0
- Size: 0.40 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Dead Parrot Software, LLP
- Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.0 or later
- © 2009 Dead Parrot Software, LLC
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Universal Studios Orlando recently debuted it's newest rollercoaster, the Hollywood Rip, Ride, Rockit. This is a unique, thrilling coaster that travels up to 65 miles per hour, throughout the streets of Universal's backlot. Universal turns the thrills up to 11, by cramming the lastest technology in audio, lighting and video into each train car. For the first time ever, each and every rider is able to pick their own soundtrack for the ride, choosing from a selection of the biggest Rock/Metal, Country, Hip-Hop/Rap, Electronica, and Pop/Disco hits. Onboard speakers and cameras create a unique, high-octane riding experience for each rider. At the end of the experience, each rider is able to purchase a music video starring themselves ON the coaster with THEIR soundtrack.
In addition to the 30 Official song selections, it has been discovered that there are lots of secret hidden Bonus Tracks. The Pocket RockIt Rollercoaster Setlist provides you with the instructions on how to get to this hidden menu. Once there, the train car will prompt you to enter a 3-digit code, thereby choosing your song. Through trial and error, riders discover which code will bring up a specific song. Using The Pocket RockIt Rollercoaster Setlist, we take the guess work out of your experience. You can browse by Artist, Genre, or Song title to discover the unique code needed to play your song. Wait times for this attraction during peak times have been observed at 90 minutes and higher. Why wait in line for that long only to pick from a measly 30 songs? Take your time in like to browse the entire collection. Add your favorites to your own list and see how others have rated the tracks. If you've got an iPhone, you can even preview the song in iTunes while you're in line - it's just one touch away!
Feeling adventuresome? Many songs have yet to be discovered. Enter a new, undiscovered code and see if you know what it is. If so, you can add it as a new submission, and help complete the database, right from within the app!
The Pocket RockIt Rollercoaster Setlist is a fan-based app and neither it nor Dead Parrot Software, LLC has any official affiliation with Universal Studios Florida, or Hollywood Rip, Ride, Rockit.
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Rated 5/5 based on 3 customer reviews.
Scott Hennessy write:
Very cool idea. I love the fact that there are so many secret songs that you can listen to on the ride. There is no way you could ever remember all the codes to each song.
What a cool app! And a fun way to impress friends with all the hidden and secret songs!
This app ROCKS my socks off!
If you love the Rip Ride Rockit at Universal and you have an iphone then this app is a must have! It not only lets you find your favorite song to play but gives helpful directions on how to use the coasters keypad! This is a must have for anyone visiting Universal Studios Orlando!
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