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Theme park fan creates intricate WALL-E attraction concept

by Tharin White

YouTuber Astro Tron has taken the video game Parkitect to another level with an incredibly-detailed WALL-E To The Rescue attraction concept.

WALL-E attraction concept built in Parkitect video game.

This WALL-E ride idea, while not actually available to ride, gives an idea of what would happen if a major attraction like Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance was redone.

Planet Coaster, Parkitect, and before them, Roller Coaster Tycoon, have been consistently good online communities to watch for unique theme park concepts. We previously published an article on 10 amazing Planet Coaster attraction creations and the viral “The Little Mermaid” roller coaster.


Click the video below, and it will auto-start at 16:20, where Astro Tron is explaining the attraction. You can also look back at their previous videos to see the building-of this ride concept.

The Making of WALL-E to the Rescue (Parkitect) Part 3

The attraction begins with a load area laid out like Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure at Epcot. The ride vehicles have a robot in the front, reminiscent of Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance. The difference is the theming, where we can see an abandoned Buy n Large store. Much like in the film, we learn that consumerism and mass capitalism led to an overreach of humankind and the downfall of the planet. This is where our adventure begins.

Buy n Large ride load area for WALL-E attraction concept.

This WALL-E ride is linear, following the same main plot points of the Pixar film. Riders will be surrounded by mounds of trash and garbage cubes as they pass by WALL-E and Eve. Scale is important here, as these trash mounds reach to the ceiling. With all dark rides, especially trackless ones such as this, detail needs to be in every corner.

Large show building room with garbage cubes and trash pile theming.

This attraction concept has large-scale rooms and smaller intimate moments, much like the emotional stakes we can feel in the “WALL-E” film.

WALL-E, Eva and Captain animatronic in attraction concept. Trackless ride vehicles swing by.

@attractions Wall-E at #Megacon #Orlando! This fan favorite #Pixar ♬ original sound – Attractions

While there aren’t any WALL-E rides available right now at Disney Parks, he was meeting guests at D23Expo 2022 in Anaheim, and there have also been sighting of fan-made WALL-Es.

WALL-E at D23xpo 2022
Photo by Samantha Davis-Friedman

These lovable robots bring to life a character we would love to see roaming the parks, hopefully, one day soon we will see WALL-E in Tomorrowland or roaming around Epcot.

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