Back in the early 1980s, the X-Sector was born. It started on its road as the Springfield Centre, with a few attractions installed in 1980, which were mainly the Pirate Ship and Cine 2000. There was also the Springfield Restaurant that offered American style fast-food, which is now occupied by the Oblivion shop, and X-Cite arcade.
On the site of the Black Hole, once stood a collection of model dinosaurs, which were moved to the Log Flume once Black Hole construction was under way. With the Black Hole came a name change to Fantasy World. No major developments occurred until 1997 when all the attractions below Black Hole were removed, or re-located.
The following year, in 1998, the X-Sector was born, and brought with it a child of the 21st century. Oblivion, the world's first vertical drop roller coaster.
In 2001, Energizer was relocated, and in its place came a new ride, Submission.
For the start of the 2005 season, the Black Hole was closed due to escalating operating costs and large amounts of unreliability.
Pay-2-play arcade machines and games
Toilets and Baby Changing Facilities near X-Sector entrance
Designated Smoking Area by Enterprise