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    Power Builder Ride Pictures from Germany
    Hot Bionicle NewsSunday, June 27th, 2004 at 2:19pm by Kelly, BZPower Co-Owner
    [Source: Metru Guard]

    Power Builder ride entrance The recently-opened "Bionicle Power Builder" ride, which opened in Legoland Germany last March, has over a million ride combinations. BZP member Metru Guard recently visited and provided us with a few images and a very brief description of the ride.

    The ride is called "Techno Schleuder" in Deutsch, which is "Techno Centrifuge" in English. Mounted at the end of a giant industrial robot arm, visitors can program more than 70 different moves for more than a million combinations.

    Located in LEGO City, the outside of the building is guarded by Vakama and Nokama, while inside Nuju stands watch over the line of people waiting to take the ride. During the wait, you can also see the trailer for "Bionicle 2".


    Toa Nuju at Power Builder Ride in Germany

    Metru Guard summed up his reaction to the ride in one word: "Awesome!"

    Power Builder in Action Power Builder Ride in Germany

    Legoland Germany is located in Günzburg, Bavaria (Southern Germany) between Munich and Stuttgart.

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