From Sega Retro
|System(s): Large attraction|
|Developer: Sega AM5|
|Number of players: 1-12|
Lost Cemetery (失われた墓地), also known as Horror Ride (ホラーライド), is a large attraction developed by Sega AM5 for Sega's Joypolis indoor theme parks in the late 1990s. It simulates a ghost train-type experience by displaying a four minute long CG ridefilm in front of riders.
Lost Cemetery is best described as a simulation ghost train, making use of an accelerated rail track, six two seater trolleys, and a projected ridefilm. While the trolleys progress through the track, a CG film of a underground graveyard is projected in front of the two riders, with their self-propelled motion speeding up and down in accordance with the film.
First installed at Kyoto Joypolis in September 1997, Lost Cemetery would appear twice thereafter at Tokyo Joypolis in April 1998 and Okayama Joypolis in July 1998. At these locations, the attraction was renamed Horror Ride, however it is not likely that there were many notable differences to the ride's contents. It was later removed from all three parks during the early 2000s.
- Main article: Lost Cemetery/Magazine articles.
- Sega Magazine, "1997-07 (1997-09)" (JP; 1997-08-13), page 15
- http://www.sega.co.jp/sega/atp/atc/lostce.html (Wayback Machine: 2000-08-20 14:14)
- Sega Saturn Magazine, "1998-11 extra (1998-04-17ex)" (JP; 1998-04-03), page 8
- http://www.sega.co.jp/sega/atp/okayama/data.html (Wayback Machine: 1999-10-12 13:21)
- http://www.sega.co.jp/sega/atp/tokyo/ (Wayback Machine: 1999-08-23 15:00)
- http://www.sega.co.jp/sega/atp/okayama/ (Wayback Machine: 1998-12-02 18:35)
- http://www.sega.co.jp/sega/atp/atc/horrorr.html (Wayback Machine: 1999-10-10 00:11)
- https://sbtransr02.wixsite.com/kazuhiko-nagai/my-works-1 (Wayback Machine: 2021-04-10 08:56)