Scream (Six Flags)

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For the roller coaster of this name at Six Flags Magic Mountain, see Scream (roller coaster).
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Scream at Six Flags Fiesta Texas
Six Flags Fiesta Texas
Area Rockville
Status Operating
Opening date March 13, 1999 (third tower opened May 28, 1999)
Six Flags New England
Area Main Street
Status Operating
Opening date 1998 (2 towers added in 2000)
General statistics
Attraction type Space Shot, Turbo Drop
Manufacturer S&S Worldwide
Model Combo Tower
Height restriction 52 in (132 cm)
Flash Pass Available at both Six Flags parks.

Scream! is a tower ride at Six Flags Fiesta Texas in San Antonio, Texas and Six Flags New England in Agawam, Massachusetts. Designed by S&S Worldwide, Scream! shoots riders up in the air, drops them half of the way, brings them back up and drops them again. Both rides are nearly 20 stories high.

Six Flags Fiesta Texas[edit]

Scream at Six Flags Fiesta Texas in San Antonio, Texas opened on March 13, 1999, in the Rockville section of the park. It first opened with two towers, then on May 28, 1999, the third tower opened.[1] It was the very first combo tower from S&S Power, combining the ride actions of both a Turbo Drop and Space Shot in one ride cycle.[2] The ride was fabricated by Intermountain Lift, Inc.[3]

Six Flags New England[edit]

Scream with Pandemonium in the foreground at Six Flags New England

Scream! at Six Flags New England in Agawam, Massachusetts opened in 1998, in the Main Street section as Hellevator, as painted red. Then in 2000 they expanded the ride to feature two more towers and painted the ride white. The two new towers can feature a Turbo Drop, Space Shot, and Double Shot modes, while the original tower can only operate the Turbo Drop mode.


  1. ^ Fiesta Texas history
  2. ^ Baldwin, Tim (2008). "Fiesta Texas Turns Sweet Sixteen". RollerCoaster! Magazine 30 (1): 32. ISSN 0896-7261. 
  3. ^ "Amusement". Intermountain Lift, Inc. July 30, 2011. Retrieved September 5, 2014. 

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