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SATURDAY SIX Presents SPOT THE DIFFERENCE: How To Train Your Dragon – Isle of Berk edition

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“Shall we play a game?” – WarGames (1983)

Spot the Difference is a classic puzzle game format which asks the readers to look at two photos and find all the differences between them. We at the SATURDAY SIX blog series began applying this idea to the theme park world earlier this year with a Spot the Difference article featuring the very first images of Epic Universal concept art released by Universal (you can see that article by CLICKING HERE.)

We’re back with volume two and below you will find six pieces of concept art featuring various pieces of How To Train Your Dragon – Isle of Berk. Each piece of concept art will be followed by a second photo that – upon first sight – looks exactly the same, but actually has six differences hidden inside. Can YOU spot all the differences? Keep your head on a swivel because Digital Maestro Scott Walker has made some clever and subtle changes. Remember that clicking on any picture will bring up a larger version, and we’ve also included the answer key for each set of photos at the bottom of each section. Have fun!

# 6 – Isle of Berk Entrance

Walk through the portal and into a world of dragons and Vikings, where natural beauty sets the stage for an epic adventure in the skies. Upon entering the land is the grand reveal of the iconic Viking and dragon statues from the films in a large body of water.

Spot all six differences? CLICK HERE to see them all!

# 5 – Dragon Racer’s Rally

This attraction is themed to the sport of dragon racing. Two large training towers send guests flying over 60 feet in the air as they train to become dragon racers. Guest seats feature controllable wings that allow each seat to determine how intense of a ride they want – from soaring in the sky to performing dozens of barrel rolls. 

Spot all six differences? CLICK HERE to see them all!

# 4 – Fyre Drill

This slow-moving outdoor boat ride seats guests on eight passenger boats as they learn how to triage fires caused by fire-breathing dragons. Each boat is equipped with eight water cannons that are used to spray water streams at over 130 moving targets and other boats. Guests looking to participate on land also have half a dozen water cannons off the ride, but careful warning, guests on board the boats will spray back.

Spot all six differences? CLICK HERE to see them all!

# 3 – Hiccup’s Wing Gliders

Want to fly high above Berk but don’t have your very own dragon? Hiccup has invented a solution for you – launched flying machines, also known as rollercoasters, that go up to 45 mph. Toothless is nonplussed about the whole idea and decides to make some modifications to the ride vehicle and remove the wings. Instead of soaring high above Berk guests careen through the land, skim over the water, and dive under bridges. Along the way, guests will see dragons and other animals native to Berk. 

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# 2 – The Untrainable Dragon

This headliner show retells the story of Hiccup and Toothless using actors, large puppets, acrobatics, drumming, special effects, and a massive digital screen background. 

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# 1 – Mead Hall

Mead Hall is a fast-casual restaurant located in the back of the land, serving as the main dining location for all Vikings. Inside the Nordic-inspired meeting spot are large carved wood reliefs, murals, and a massive chandelier. Food is hearty enough for a Viking and even includes special ales and meads for those who are 21 and over.

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So there you have it: SPOT THE DIFFERENCE: How To Train Your Dragon – Isle of Berk Edition! See you next weekend for the latest installment of the SATURDAY SIX, where we’ll look at something fun from the world of Disney and Universal. If you enjoyed yourself, be sure to check out the THEME PARK ENJOYMENT INDEX, giving a monthly recap of all the theme park news you need to know (and a lot more you don’t need to know, but we’re gonna tell you anyway). You can also follow Your Humble Author on Twitter (@derekburgan).

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