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Visitors to Sidescroller Park enter through a small door into
a narrow, straight passageway. This passageway is so
narrow, in fact, that it prevents movement in any direction
but forwards and backwards. Inside the passageway are a
variety of obstacles, platforms, and motorized enemies
can only be stopped by jumping on top of them.
Scattered throughout the platforms and obstacles are token
coins that can be collected.
The end of the passageway opens up to a castle that
contains a food court and arcade games, along with other
rewards for finishing the first level. Coins collected
during the run can be redeemed for food and games. But
the fun doesnt stop there. Beyond the first castle are more
levels, with more enemies, longer jumps, and gaps in the
floor filled with water. Every time the player touches an
enemy or falls in a gap, they lose a life. Extra lives can
only be purchased with cash at each castle. Castles contain
better rewards the farther you go.
Visitors who make it to the end of the last dungeon have to
face off with a big, fire breathing boss monster in order
to obtain the ultimate prizefree admission to the sequel!
The walls of the levels are painted one-way mirrors, with
hidden cameras following the players' every step from the
side. Visitors can purchase videos of themselves completing
the level, or making a speed run.
Definitely not kosher [pashute, Aug 29 2010]
||This is uncanny. You have described Stansted Airport
||+ In Hebrew its called "The Brave Rabbit". My kids still
play it even at age 19, I think it reached version 12.
||See link, for what I found when Googled for Rabbit