think another spinning mouse review would be pretty near the bottom
of my list of rides I'm going to review in the European section,
even at a kids park where it's the most thrilling ride there. This
one is of special note though, or at least it's a first for me.
Instead of the standard layout found on about every non Chinese
spinning mouse I've ridden, this one has a more compact layout that
makes it worthy of notice, at least if you haven't already tried out
another copy of this version, like the one at Botton's, Skegness.
One thing I noticed is visually it's not a perfect fit for the park.
It doesn't look bad, with some nice artwork and even a little
decoration, but the fact it's on a flat concrete plot makes it stand
out in a park where almost
else is nicely landscaped.
What's it like to ride? I would rank it slightly ahead of the more
familiar version of the spinning mouse. It helps that the layout
feels a little less generic and predictable, but what really helps
is the spinning. For a start it's free to spin at the start of the
ride, meaning you're spinning throughout, and I found it spun more
regularly than the more familiar version. It's not enough to make it
a stand out ride, but it's worth a go if you're visiting the park.