Controversial shooter suspended at Orlando amusement park

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HIS COMMUNITY SAFE WILL BE DEEPLY MISSED. >> A CONTROVERSIAL GAME AT ICON PARK HAS BEEN PUT ON BREAK FOLLOWING COMMUNITY OUTRAGE. IT’S CALLED BULLSEYE BLAST AND ALLOWS GUESTS TO USE WHAT THE PARK USES LASER BLASTERS TO SHOOT AT TARGETS IN NEARBY BUILDINGS IN PARKING LOTS. GUN VIOLENCE ADVOCATES SAY THE GAME GLORIFIES GUNS AND IS INSENSITIVE BECAUSE MASS DRAW HAPPENS WAY TOO OFTEN. PARK SAYS IT USES SIMILAR TECHNOLOGY TO OTHER GAMES BUT SAYS A DEVICE CAN AND SHOULD BE DESIGNED THAT DOES NOT OFFEND ANYONE IN THE COMMUNITY

Controversial shooter suspended at Orlando amusement park

A target shooting game for those riding the wheel at ICON Park has been put on hiatus, according to a statement from the park. It’s known as “Bullseye Blast”, and the object of the game was for riders to use a toy laser gun to shoot. on various targets spread throughout the park. When ICON Park announced the game online, it quickly sparked controversy. Many people have found the game unresponsive due to the recent gun violence. Park said in a statement. “The attractions industry has many similar games that use similar shooting devices, so that’s what we were limited to when exploring the game.” Following the backlash, the park said it would pause the game’s current design as it seeks an alternative. as all electronic games are improved over time, we will pursue a new design that will provide the same level of personalized enjoyment to guests, in a way that the entire community can adopt,” ICON Park said in a statement. since been removed from the park’s website.

A target shooting game for those riding the wheel at ICON Park has been suspended, according to a statement from the park.

It is known as “Bullseye Blast”, and the object of the game was for racers to use a toy laser gun to shoot at various targets spread throughout the park. When ICON Park announced the game online, it quickly sparked controversy.

Many people have found the game unresponsive due to the recent gun violence.

“Some non-guests and community members have said they consider the toy-shooting device to be unresponsive,” ICON Park said in a statement. “The attractions industry has many similar games that use similar shooting devices, so that’s what we were limited to when exploring the game.”

Following the backlash, the park said it would pause the game’s current design as it seeks an alternative.

“Just as all electronic games are improved over time, we will pursue a new design that provides the same level of personalized enjoyment to guests in a way that the entire community can embrace,” ICON Park said in a statement.

Information about the game has since been removed from the park’s website.

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