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The Mailboomer is an attraction at Disney's California Adventure at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California. It is an S & S Power "Space Shot" design, meaning it launches from the bottom of the tower, rather than being lifted to the top and dropped from there, which is used in S & S Power's other design, named the "Turbo Drop."


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Disney's California Adventure -- etixland.com (445 words)
The lofty towers of Maliboomer are themed to resemble the old Test Your Strength hammer game, only with sophisticated hydraulic, high speed lift motors replacing the hammer-slamming carny patron, and DCA guests replacing the rubber "bullet" that hurtles up to hit the bell at the top.
Maliboomer accompanies your up-and-down bouncing finale with sounds of giant springs BOINGING until you finally settle back on solid ground.
Otherwise, Maliboomer is a fun nerve-tester which provides an instantaneous thrill and adrenaline rush.
Maliboomer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (241 words)
The Maliboomer is an attraction at the Paradise Pier section of Disney's California Adventure at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California.
It is an SandS Power "Space Shot" design, meaning it launches from the bottom of the tower, rather than being lifted to the top and dropped from there, which is used in SandS Power's other design, named the "Turbo Drop." The ride is pneumatically powered, with all three towers having independent ride systems.
The concept is that muscle men try to test their strength by hitting a mallet and ringing the bell, to impress their dates by winning them a large stuffed animal.
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