Top 5 Kiddie Ride Games
Kiddie Ride is a small, coin-operated, themed amusement ride designed for children. They are commonly found at county fairs, expositions, and traveling carnivals.
People have a general distaste for these rides because of their perceived safety problems. Even though carnivals and amusement parks have minimum height requirements, kids can still get injured on these rides.
Bing and Talkie Taxi
Bing and Sula discover a new toy at Kiddie Ride Amma’s creche – a talking ride-on car. Bing’s Squeaking Talkie Taxi features Bing on his iconic yellow Taxi from the hit Cbeebies show, made from colourful and chunky plastic, children love to push this kiddie ride around and hear it squeak. At approximatley 18cm tall this is the perfect size for young kids and requires no batteries.
A rock n roll themed ride with stunning graphics and licensed theme music that will be the center piece of any location. The X Pod offers up to 2 seats and has 4 different video tracks creating a thrilling experience that kids will want to do again and again.
Adapted from the award-winning books by Ted Dewan, Bing is broadcast in over 130 territories worldwide. It celebrates the joyful, messy reality of pre-school life and finds the big stories in the everyday moments. Bing is loved by children and their grown-ups and the brand continues to grow and delight across a range of award-winning films, books, magazines, apps, digital, consumer products and live experiences.
Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing
Racing games seem to be a good fit for the speedy Sonic character, and this game is no exception. The characters race around whimsical tracks taken from multiple Sega franchises in a variety of vehicles. Players can choose from cars, motorcycles, bicycles, and gliders, each with different features to make the race a unique experience. There are also power-ups that allow the player to attack other cars in various ways, from running at supersonic speed to knock them over to jabbing them with a hammer or crushing them with a giant egg.
The game was developed by Sumo Digital and published by Sega. It was released in February 23, 2010. The game can be played offline with up to four players, and online with up to eight. It supports a variety of game systems, including Wii, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Nintendo DS.
The game is set in the fictional world of the All-Stars Universe, where characters from multiple Sega franchises race on tracks drawn from their respective games. The game features 27 challenging tracks that take place over medieval castle ramparts, under lush rain forest canopies, and through bustling city scapes. Each character has a vehicle to use, which include Beat’s yellow F-1-like car and quad bike themed after his gang from Jet Set Radio, Aiai’s small cart-esque SUV and a white backwards trike, and a transforming arcade cabinet that changes between OutRun as a car, Super Hang-On as a boat, and Space Harrier as a plane.
Super Mario Kart
Super Mario Kart is widely credited for inventing the kart-racing genre and remains one of Nintendo’s most popular games. The game features a variety of playable characters in karts that race around tracks themed after various locations in the Mario universe. Players can collect power-up items to aid them during races, and can compete in either GP or Time Trial modes. The game also includes a beloved battle mode that affixes balloons around each player’s kart and requires the other player to pop them to win.
The game received critical acclaim for its presentation, innovation and use of Mode 7 graphics. It is often ranked among the greatest video games of all time and has inspired numerous sequels on multiple consoles.
Unlike the original Mario Kart, this game featured dual-screen multiplayer and a more complex gameplay. The players competed against computer-controlled opponents in four multi-race cups, and could use offensive or speed boosting power-ups during the race. The game also included a Battle Mode, which pitted the two players against each other in standard head-to-head matches while affixed to balloons that they had to pop with power-ups.
The game introduced a handful of changes to the series including hang-gliding attachments for the karts, and the ability to use the Feather item to make a large jump, allowing for possible shortcuts. The Grand Prix celebration scene was also tweaked to have the winner of the race interact Kiddie Ride with a bottle of champagne (though Bowser and Peach would drink it in the original Japanese version; this was dropped in later games).
Disney Princess Castle
Disney fans will delight in this castle inspired by their favorite princesses. Designed for storytelling play, this magical palace comes with 3 levels of play, a slide and pool, 25+ furniture and accessories, plus lights and sounds.
This castle represents the home of the most iconic Disney Princess franchises, which include Ariel, Belle, Cinderella, Rapunzel, Snow White, Pocahontas, and Tiana. This regal abode also hosts two popular attractions: Cinderella’s Royal Table, where guests dine with Disney Princesses (requires advanced reservations), and Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique, where kids can be transformed into princes and princesses by their Fairy Godmothers.
The Castle’s imposing structure is a nod to Walt Disney’s vision of a French palace-fortress, and its rounded turrets and graceful spires are inspired by medieval architecture. The castle also resembles several other European castles, including the one in Windsor, England. Its 189 feet tall and is the centerpiece of Fantasyland at Magic Kingdom.
The castle’s walls are made from granite, limestone, marble, and adobe. Its awe-inspiring dimensions are accentuated by its soaring spires and arched windows. The Castle is lit nightly, and guests can listen to a recording of Walt Disney saying “Kiss Goodnight” to the park before it closes. In addition, a magical display of LED lights covers the entire structure each evening.