Progress is claiming one of the first interactive rides, in theme park parlance 'dark rides' at Six Flags Fiesta Texas, News Radio 1200 WOAI reports.
Since 2002, park guests have ridden through a haunted mansion zapping ghosts with light guns in the Scooby-Doo Ghostblasters attraction. At the end of the ride, participants can tally up their scores and compare them with their friends.
Six Flags spokeswoman Sydne Purvis says Scooby-Doo is retiring when the current Holiday in the Park attraction ends on January 8th.
A 'dark ride' is a ride where rather than simply being a passenger, like in a traditional roller coaster, participants engage in activities, or see patterns or challenges appear as they ride.
Purvis says the location of Scooby-doo will be replaced by a new high tech dark ride later in 2018.