The list was a scrolling queue of names.
Carnival tents, a tremendous Krusty-themed entrance, and extended clips and new ride-exclusive animation can be found throughout the queue and preshow areas to help guests feel like they are a part of Springfield.
It certainly is quite convenient to rent Serenity, The Exorcism of Emily Rose, Shadow The Hedgehog and Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance all at the same time, from the same service, using the same queue.
Wait times have recently improved, however, because of the "Fast Return" system, in which the next game in your queue is shipped out as soon as the postal service has scanned your return into their system.
Instead of the space port theming in the queue line, the narrow hallways have been painted with fluorescent paint and blacklit to provide a mild 3D effect, and riders can purchase 3D glasses if desired.
In the queue, you can also see how available each title is (as indicated by a red bar that gets filled as the more copies of that game become available for rent), as well as whether a particular title is available for purchase.
Because of the coaster's uniqueness and popularity as one of the park's newest attractions, lines can be several hours long and guests should be sure to seek refreshments or restroom breaks before entering the queue.
During the course of the ride, including the preshow area and queue, more than two dozen popular Simpsons characters make appearances either as park guests, vendors, game operators, or in other Krustyland-themed roles.
It is a simulator attraction with an extensive preshow and themed queue area that sets up the story of the ride and puts riders in the fun frame of mind to visit Krustyland, the setting for the ride simulation.
The queue to get in here is longer than you'd guess.