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Anime like you mean it. (Japan only, July 15, 1964-present)
Fun like you mean it. (International except RG, June 7, 1990-present)
Shades like you mean it. (Guy City only, November 2, 2015-present)
You better be there! (alternate slogan used since 2016)


Tokyo, Japan
Anaheim, California
Orlando, Florida
GoCity, Florida
Guy City, Republic of Guy
Dream City, Tamagotchi Republic
London, United Kingdom




JP July 15, 1964 (as Drill Land)
CA June 7, 1990
FL March 31, 2001
GC October 1, 2001
RG November 2, 2015

TC November 2, 2015

Operating Season


GoAnimateLand is a fictional amusement park located in Tokyo, California, GoCity, Guy City, Dream City, Orlando and London where guests visit attractions based on GoAnimate. It has become one of the most popular theme park chains around the world, and is dedicated to video games, anime, movies, and TV shows. It was founded by Alvin Hung.

List of attractions

Magical Land

These attractions are seen upon entering the park.

  • The GoCoaster
  • Hall of the GoMirrors
  • Fazbear's Fright
  • The Blade Alley Maze
  • Space Adventures (Parody of Space Mountain)
  • It's a Happiest Place on Earth (Parody of It's a Small World)
  • Block Obby (Based on ROBLOX Obbies)
  • The GoAnimate Pirate Ship
  • Orange Driver (lapless and opponentless, one and a half minute race usually involving a replica of a car with ceiling, which is going too fast. Winners may get bonus tickets if they don't get late, rarely also get money prizes)
  • Princess Peach's Castle (This castle is a gateway to Super Mario Land)

Super Mario Land

  • Yoshi's Carousel
  • DK's Barrel Teacups
  • The Adventures of Super Mario Bros (Parody of The Many Adventures of Winnie The Pooh)
  • Luigi's Mansion (Parody of Disney's Haunted Mansion)
  • Mario's Spaghetti, Pizza, and Ravioli Restaurant
  • Toad's Garage Store
  • Bowser's Doom Coaster
  • Paratroopa Flyers (Parody of Dumbo the Flying Elephant)
  • Yoshi's Eatery
  • Princess Peach's Royal Raceway (Parody of Tomorrowland Speedway)
  • Princess Peach's Castle (Parody of Disney's Princess Fairytale Hall)

World of Igor the Mii

This themed land is based on Igor the Mii and is located next to Magical Land and south of Drillimation Central.

  • Igor and Friends at Mummy Trouble (Parody of Revenge of The Mummy)
  • Igor and Pingy's Splash Drop!! (Parody of Splash Mountain)
  • Igor and Friends Pirate Adventures (Parody of The Pirates of The Caribbean Ride)
  • Igor and Friends: Space Blasters (Parody of Buzz Lightyear's Astro Blasters)
  • Igor and Friend's GoAnimate Mayhem (Parody of Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem)
  • Igor and Friends Roller Mayhem (Parody of The Simpsons Ride)
  • Igor's Philharmagic (Parody of Mickey's Philharmagic)
  • Igor and Friends: Flashlight Seekers (Parody of Monsters inc. Ride and go Seek!)
  • Igor's Space Tours (Parody of Star Tours)
  • Igor's GoAnimate Orchestra (Parody of The Mickey Mouse Revue. Crossing the back wall is the gateway to Guyish Central)

More attractions coming soon!

Drillimation Central

Drillimation Central is a themed area based on the works by Drillimation.

Mr. Driller's Namtendo Blast (Parody of Jimmy Neutron's Nicktoon Blast) 1990, 2003, 2012, 2014, 2015
Konata Izumi and the Escape from King Empty Jay (Parody of Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts) 2004 X X
Drillimation Studios (Parody of Universal Florida's Nickelodeon Studios) 1964, 1990, 2001, 2015

The Drill Stuff (Parody of The NickStuff Store)

1990, 2003, 2012, 2014, 2015

Dueling Drillers (Parody of Islands of Adventure's Dragon Challenge (also known as Dueling Dragons))

1999 X X X X
  • Konata Izumi and the Magical Journey (Parody of Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey)
  • King Empty Jay's Lair
  • Wataru Waitery (clock like spinner)
  • Game Center (a replica of AVGN's game room. People can come out and play video games)
  • Leopold's House (a replica of Leopold's house. It is a hotel and a few people may stay for maximum 7 days)
  • Driller House (replica of the house where Drillimation characters live)
  • Drive with Wataru (a kart race with Wataru as the co-driver. It is actually his plastic replica built in to the car)
  • Mr. Driller's Drill Lasers (Parody of Men in Black: Alien Attack)
  • Drillimation's Sprite Makeup Show (Parody of Universal's Horror Makeup Show)
  • The Drillimation Cafe
  • Drillimation 4D (Parody of Shrek 4D)
  • Drillimation Arcade House
  • Star Trigon: The Ride (Parody of Back to the Future: The Ride)
  • Lucky Star Kingdom (An underwater meet-and-greet attraction featuring the characters of Magical Girl Team Lucky Star)

More Attractions Coming Soon!

Camp PB&J Otter

This section of GoAnimateLand is geared mainly towards children and families and is based on the works of PB&J Otter.

  • The PB&J Otter Ride
  • The Funtastic World of PB&J Otter (Parody of The Funtastic World of Hanna Barbera)
  • Butter Otter's Playful Area for Toddlers
  • Aunt Nanner's Babbleberry Bakery
  • The PB&J Otter Merry Go Round
  • Pinch's Fun Swings
  • Jelly Otter's Gift Shop of Goodies
  • Ootsie and Bootsie's Mansion Tour
  • Peanut Otter's Nice and Delicious Restaurant
  • TGB1's Crazy Rock Climb
  • Noodle Dance Party with PB&J Otter!
  • The PB&J Otter Live!
  • Ootsie's Bumping Logs (This is the same as Bumper Cars)
  • Munchy's Munching Snacks

Peanuts Land

This section is based on Peanuts, a cartoon made by Charles M, Schulz.

  • Snoopy and Woodstock's teacups
  • Charlie Brown's Flying Kites
  • Snoopy: The Flying Ace


Planet Ristar

This section of GoAnimateLand is based on Sega's game, Ristar. It opened on May 1995.

  • Dueling Freon (similar to MagiQuest, where you fight Itamor instead)
  • The Shooting Star Coaster (a roller coaster with the same layout as Sonic Spinball)



This section of GoAnimateLand is based on NAMCO's original game Pac-Man and was opened in May 1998.

  • Pac-Man Maze Madness (This attraction is the same as the original, but with Animatronic Ghosts hanging from the ceiling which has their faces on their both front and back when the guest steps on the power pellet, their faces switch to scared mode, when the guest touches the ghost in scared mode, the ghosts floats up to the ceiling going back to it's area where they started from, when the guest touches the ghost without the power pellet, they lose and they're out, letting the other guest have a turn)
  • Pac 'n Roll: Guest Edition (This is a version of Pac 'n Roll where guests are running in a ball and guiding it towards the correct place)
  • Pac-Man Ghost Blasters


This section of GoAnimateLand is based on Team Shanghai Alice's long-running scrolling shooter game series, a subsidiary of Drillimation Studios.

  • Mima's Evil Collider
  • Cirno's Cold Castle
  • Sanae's Mountain of Faith Carousel
  • Clownpiece's Worm of Heat (a Wacky Worm roller coaster)
  • Hatate and Parsee's Adventure Coaster (a roller coaster with four inversions, a cobra roll, a set of two interlocking loops and an underground pretzel loop)
  • Tenshi's Rock Climber
  • Junko's Evil Blaster
  • Satori: The Mirror Maze
  • Reimu's FunHouse
  • Touhoushop

More attractions coming soon.

Guyish Central

This section of GoAnimateLand is mainly geared towards preteens and young adults and is seen on the center as its name applies. Any age is allowed however age 11 years 6 months is minimum for the Shooting Gallery, and age 15 for the Ultrafast Metro. Based on the works of Blue Mario and his love to color blue. This is the section with the second most attractions listed on the wiki. It is the largest section in GoAnimateLand, the most attended and most influential due to its soldier parade for New Year. Its annual attendance is over a million, with doubling up to 500 million during some months of Q3 2015. A detention center, based on this attraction is located just north of GoAnimateLand, and is an enclave of the theme. Its boundary fences are blue.

  • Get Dizzy and Spinny!
  • Zorbing on Flat
  • Toddler Race (not geared to toddlers however the "adult" is the real person riding it. He/she may ride the toddlers which would never be dead as they are simply plastic replicas)
  • Blue HQ (also a hotel. Its area is total 1,300 square meters)
  • 360° Blue Ship
  • 180° Coaster
  • 360° Fun Slide (a Fun Slide with loops)
  • Control The Ship (centered on a 8,000 square meter area pool. The ship is actually a toy and it is controlled by the rider. It looks like a time battle race)
  • Shiparty (bumper cart like thing but instead uses ships and blue floor)
  • Lift then Fall (an elevator moving people fast, in an up then down sequence, speed is 500 RPM and each ride lasts 2 minutes)
  • Ultrafast Metro (a train riding around a big circle for 1 Mm/h (one megameter per hour, equal to 1,000km/h), each ride lasts 6 minutes)
  • Sneaker (similar to stealth mode in some games, the winner of it gets a prize. The map changes every year during operation to trick people)
  • Dizzy Spinner Revolter 720° (like a washing machine, people spin out in 10 rpm)
  • Shooting Gallery (a firing range like place where people practice shooting with toy guns. Winners usually get a bonus ticket to a ride they choose. A winner is declared one when he/she shoots 85% at least, correctly)
  • Backstream (a futuristic, big cube-like sculpture with an area of 3,000 m². It has lots of staircases and is a maze with staircases-like sculpture)
  • Wallholder (a very very bizarre attraction where people hold their bare hands on ceilings without falling off. Winners get a wild card to Harder Than Ever)
  • Obstacle Treadmill (a treadmill like thing imitating an endless runner game. Riders have to avoid obstacles which are fences, but it is acceptable to jump over them)
  • Baggy Ground (a tearable fifty meter long bridge where riders have to avoid falling down while walking on the bridge. Winners get rights to do that again but on a harder and a longer bridge. There are bridges of 50m (level 1), 60m (level 2), 75m (level 3), 90m (level 4), 100m (level 5) and 200m (level 6). Those who complete level six are awarded with a gold monetary prize of $100,000 and wild tickets to any ride. Balance is not required)
  • Big Brother (the largest attraction ever in GoAnimateLand. As its name implies, it is a replica of a reality show with a sleeping room - and is both an attraction and a house. Contestants have to avoid evicts while attempting to stay in the house of 90 days. Blue City will bypass the largest attraction title on May 5, 2016)
  • Blue City (an under construction park which consists of models of fictional cities making them look like real. It is an attraction which consists of large models, so large that they look like similar to a white model of a city in the film Downfall (2004) noted for parodies. This will surpass Big Brother and its supposed opening date is May 5, 2016)
  • Bandit Plane (an RC attraction. There is a truck with RC controlled airplanes. The goal of the airplanes is to fly through every numbered hole from 1 to 50 in under 5 minutes. About RC control, people climb to the roof of the truck with the RC airplane. There is a chair, with a table and there is a TV with a camera sensor which lets people have easiness while controlling the alone plane. A camera is robotic which follows the plane)
  • GoBoxing (one of the first two boxing rings on an amusement park where guests can receive practices and fight against Harold Slikk and Mary Slikk, including Blue Mario. Knocked-out opponents get first aid at the end of the match and the person who knocked out the costumed person will not be fined. Attenders receive boxing gloves upon Quick-Entry card getting)
  • Orblue Line (a subway that leads to Mametchi's GotchiWorld)
  • Push the Heaviest (a challenge that involves a see-saw with one side being fit with 15 tons of lead. The person is required to push the second side, which is up, down. It is the only ride to not have the Quick-Entry service, opening in 2016)
  • GoAnimate Stadium (a soccer stadium which opened in 2004 and is the park's first sports venue. Fictional teams based on attractions usually play on that stadium and due to its size it is located east of GoAnimateLand, but it's an enclave due to an underground road to the stadium)
  • A giant blue-colored clock, which uses seven-segment displays, has no leading zero (for hours) and uses 24-hour clock (not showing seconds), is located somewhere on the point of all themed area's borders. A large standing part is located in Guyish Central. The clock, along with a yellow one is visible all over the park.
  • Paint Shaker (a shelby paint shaker-like machine, only twice larger. People can come inside the cabin and be vibrationally shaked for a minute. Mametchi's GotchiWorld claimed that vibrating a battery in it is dangerous, so they decided to not make a kiddie version)
  • The Panorama Subway (a non-stop downwards roller coaster going downwards at 45°, and reaching a speed of 120 km/h. It acts as subway between Anaheim and San Francisco. However, there are no GoAnimateLand parks in San Francisco. In that city, the rollercoaster part is called "Travel to GoAnimateLand". It looks like a right triangle with its angles being 45°, 45° and 90°, with the distance from the 45° to another 45° angle being the ground of GoAnimateLand)
  • Dimension 2 (a hidden, purple floor, underground part of the park which is accessible by a hidden trapdoor somewhere near the center. Entering it, the person enters a scary fictional bookshelf with ghosts and fictional books which have titles related to death (e.g. How to Die in 12 Days). After passing the bookshelf, the person goes on a downstairs staircase and then there are 3 doors: the first door leads to a bowling alley, which, upon getting all 10 pins, unlocks a door to the second door. The second door leads to a library with a challenge being to read a whole book under 2 hours non-stop. Doing it, the third door is unlocked. The third door leads to an entertainment venue. Exposure to loud music for an hour is a key to the 4th door. The fourth door leads to a neon curve which is impossible to see. Below it there is a piece of soft floor which protects attenders from accidents. Completing it leads to the fifth door. The fifth door is Harder than Ever, but just without time limit and everything dark. Completing all door challenges gets the person back to the park itself. Regularly, D2's trapdoor is locked, with the key being achieved when completing Paint Shaker and being silent without fear or completing Harder than Ever)

More attractions coming soon.

Capital City

This attraction will look like a city and will be the replacement for both Guyish Central and Drillimation Central as managers of these themes agreed about the opening of Capital City. It will consist of both Guyish Central and Drillimation Central attractions, shops, hotels, bars, casinos, restaurants and solitaires. If it becomes "large as possible" it would be a newly founded city with a governing mayor, which will be the manager of the Capital City attraction. It is supposed to open until January 1, 2018. Construction started in 2009, with Guyish Central and Drillimation Central attractions having to be moved to there somewhere in Q4 2017.

GoCity Neighborhood (Parody of Mickey's Toontown)

  • Meet and Greet Pingy at His Manor
  • Sophie the Otter's Houseboat
  • Igor's Playhouse
  • TGB1's Gold Mine Adventure (Parody of Seven Dwarfs Mine Train)
  • Carkle's House Tour
  • Pingy Animatronic's Crazy GoCar Spin! (Parody of Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin)
  • IA's Battleship

Harder Than Ever

This section of GoAnimateLand is available only for those who complete the GoCoaster without showing a sign of fear for more than a millisecond. It is geared towards people of all ages and is an obvious parody of Sasuke, a Japanese game show unrelated to the Naruto character of the same name. It is sequential and no people would go the latter ride without winning a ticket from one of rides. Tickets can be kept and the next day anyone visits, he/she would directly go to a ride on the ticket, without having to start over. Total time limit is 15 minutes (not for each stage, total time limit. It is always timestamped on a ticket to remind visitors). It is located so far from normal rides in order to make it a special place only.

  • Stage One (a person has to jump two stepping stones, then go through a narrow checkerboard, then walk narrow stairs without fences and/or putting hands to them)
  • Stage Two (a person has to swing while standing on it then he/she must move it manually through a wall. Then he/she has to climb the wall without safety, then to get on a cylinder that spins him when going down, having to avoid things that pull him to water)
  • Stage Three (the whole stage is related to holding cylinders with handles, and is related to moving them manually)
  • Stage Four (the whole stage is related to kart racing. The stage will become more narrow and narrow. See Stage Five for the motion simulator installation.)
  • Stage Five (similar to Orange Driver. On the below day, an option to do a Mario Kart version in another motion simulator was installed as a choice)
  • Stage Six (a huge roller coaster. A person has to ride himself/herself. On the day that the Tamagotchi LIVE! opening was changed, a motion simulator that contained a RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 version of this through the seats was installed as a choice)
  • Stage Seven (a person climbs a ladder without having to fall. It slowly leans, causing it to be very dangerous to people attending it)
  • Stage Eight (a person while holding his hands, attends a park of "elevators" which move the handles. They can also have breaks. This is one of the only three stages that do not use the Quick-Entry service)
  • Stage Nine (the longest: the person has to ride a unicycle through a narrow path. This is one of the only three stages that do not use the Quick-Entry service)
  • Stage X (related to stages 8 and 3: winners get money and ten bonus tickets to ten different rides. This is one of the only three stages that do not use the Quick-Entry service)

R.O.B.O. Land

  • Obsidian's Castle
  • The R.O.B.O Ride
  • R.O.B.O. HQ
  • Scavengers HQ
  • R.O.B.O. VR Quest
  • Deceajer's Evil Dizziness Collider

Mametchi's GotchiWorld

This is a Tamagotchi-themed area that has been open since November 23, 1996 for Japan and January 1, 1999 for California. It is the GoAnimateLand equivalent of Woody Woodpecker's Kidzone. It is the second largest area in the park, due to it giving up of bragging to beat Guyish Central. It is now the second most attended area, thanks to the Boogie Fever dance party that occured on the release date of Minions. It is now also the second most influential area because of its events, Tamagotchi: Mametchi's Dance Party and Mametchi's Night Vision Parade along with a dark ride called The Most Advanced Tamagotchi Ride Ever Made. Its annual attendance is over 10 million, doubling up to 400 million sometime in Q5 2015.

  • Tamagotchi: Mametchi Mayhem (a parody of Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem)
  • Meet and Greet with Mametchi and Friends (a meet-and-greet attraction with costumed versions of Mametchi, Memetchi, Kuchipatchi, Maskutchi, KuroMametchi, Mimitchi, and Chamametchi)
  • The TamaStore (TMM's gift shop that sells Tamagotchis and Tamagotchi merchandise)
  • Mametchi's Go-Coaster (uses the same track layout as Gadget's Go-Coaster)
  • In Search of KuroMametchi (a parody of E.T. Adventure)
  • Tamagotchi LIVE! (a parody of Oh, The Stories That You'll Hear! that plays a live version of Surprise! Tama-April-Fool's Day on April Fools' Day, No Way! Mametchi Gets A Toothache on Wednesdays, and KuroMametchi Finds His Coolness on weekends)
  • The KuroMametchi Jalopy (a kiddie version of Toddler Race which uses KuroMametchi instead of the toddlers)
  • GotchiCade (an arcade which has laserdisc games such as Cliff Hanger and Space Ace along with other games such as Discs of Tron and Baby Pac-Man)
  • Guyish Subway (a subway that leads to Guyish Central)
  • KuroMametchi's Light-And-Seek (a parody of Monsters Inc. Ride and Go Seek)
  • Chamametchi's Shooting Gallery (a shooting gallery where the targets are the stage bosses from Mametchi & KuroMametchi)
  • Carousel of Friends (a Tamagotchi-themed carousel)
  • Mametchi's House
  • The Mine Train of Happiness (another parody of Seven Dwarfs Mine Train)
  • Elevator Madness (a kiddie version of Harder Than Ever's Stage Eight which has video footage during the ride)
  • Invention Central (an exhibit hall in which you get to see every invention Mametchi ever made)
  • KuroMametchi's Lonely Wolf (a Junior Boomerang roller coaster)
  • Oyajitchi's Revenge (a 4D game in which guests try to take on Oyajitchi and his minions)
  • Tamagotchi 4D (another 4D attraction, this time being another parody of Shrek 4D)
  • TamaInn Subway (another subway that leads to the TamaInn)
  • Patchiman vs. Black Hat (a roller coaster with the same layout as Woody Woodpecker's Nuthouse Coaster that also shows video footage during the ride)
  • Mametchi's Fight-A-Bunga (one of the first two boxing rings on an amusement park, see GoBoxing as what this offers is the same as that, except the opponents are Tamagotchi villains)
  • Guyish Observation Tower (an observation tower that allows guests to see what is going on in Guyish Central; it also allows guests to observe both of its soldier parades)
  • The Most Advanced Tamagotchi Ride Ever Made (a dark ride with animatronics of the Tamagotchis and their pets plus making it the most advanced ride in the park)
  • Mametchi's Giant Stadium (the largest attraction in the area, being the park's second sports venue, opening in 2005. It is the largest sports venue in the park)
  • KuroYork (a roller coaster that acts like a subway that leads to New York City, near One Times Square. In that city, it is called "Travel to GoAnimateLand")
  • Another giant clock in Mametchi's color is with the Guyish Central version, so both can be seen all over the park, but have the same qualities. A large standing part is located in Mametchi's GotchiWorld.

Comedy Land

Comedy Land is basically a replica of Lakeside City, the main location in Comedy World. Here are its attractions:

Chrome's Land of Chromeyness

This section of GoAnimateLand is based on Chrome's lifestyle and the show Chrome's Show of Chromeyness.

  • Chrome's Ride of 4D-Motionyness
  • Chromecoaster
  • Nova's Story (a hidden attraction that guests can access if they pick up 5 bowties from the Chromecoaster or shoot all five Nova symbols in Chrome's Ride of 4D-Motionyness)
  • Papa Squeegee (both an attraction and a restaurant -- there is a rollercoaster inside of the building along with two trampolines)

The Underground

This section of GoAnimate is based off of Undertale and takes place entirely underground. There are replica versions of The Ruins, Snowdin and Waterfall while Hotlands, The Core and New Home are under construction. It can be accessed by the FLOWEY XING sign in Chrome's Land of Chromeyness, with some stairs to the left of it.

  • Disproportionately Big Gap
  • The Gasterblaster
  • Ruinscoaster

List of restaurants


  • Steak & Weak (steak restaurant at the central part of Guyish Central)
  • Soup Co. (a chain of restaurants serving soups around the park, including a restaurant in Guyish Central)
  • A McDonald's restaurant in World of Igor the Mii, along with another in Guyish Central
  • A replica of Freddy Fazbear's Pizza. When someone completes Fazbear's Fright, he/she gets rights to enter the restaurant and eat pizza
  • Tsu (a sushi bar in Guyish Central and Drillimation Central)
  • Touhoufood (a variety food restaurant in Touhouland)
  • Pizza, You Say? (a pizza restaurant located near the Pearson family household)
  • A Chuck E. Cheese's near Mametchi's Go-Coaster
  • A Dave & Buster's near Meet and Greet with Mametchi and Friends
  • A replica of the TamaCafé at the entrance of Mametchi's GotchiWorld that serves the food served at Sonic
  • The Broken Barrel
  • A Sonic next to Mametchi's Giant Stadium
  • A replica of the Papa Squeegee from around Chrome's block
  • Dundercafé
  • A Subway near GoBoxing, and another near Tamagotchi LIVE!
  • Stage 257, a replica of the restaurant seen in Chicago, Illinois (found in Pac-Land)
  • Pac M All!

List of hotels

  • Blue HQ is both an attraction and a hotel. There are 2 hotels (top right and lower left sections of the attraction), each having 100 rooms in 10 floors.
  • TamaInn is a hotel that has a gift shop that sells the same stuff as The TamaStore and is the park's largest hotel, having 3 hotels (referred to as the Triple-Stay by the park), each having 200 rooms in 20 floors including a penthouse. They also have an arcade with coin-operated, two-seater versions of all motion simulators that ever existed in the park, even if the main versions aren't in the park.

List of stores

  • uTicket (a ticket store at the entrance of the park and at the center of the park)
  • M2 (a video store located only opposite the Guy City park. It is a chain of Guyish video stores around the country, operating since 2003 and has a specific rental service. Due to its location to GoAnimateLand, it has an underground road connecting the park to the store. It also plans to open a store in Dream City)

Other locations

  • A game show studio in northwest part of the city, somewhere near Harder Than Ever

Park Characters

GoAnimateLand has a variety of costumed characters. They include:

Seen in World of Igor the Mii

  • Igor
  • Pingy
  • Carkle
  • Sophie
  • Mordecai Peterson
  • TGB1
  • IA

Seen in Drillimation Central

  • Leopold Slikk
  • Wataru Hoshi
  • Konata Izumi
  • Susumu Hori
  • James Rolfe
  • Kagami Ochiai
  • CoolGamer23
  • Puchi

Seen in Camp PB&J Otter

  • Peanut Otter
  • Jelly Otter
  • Butter Otter

Seen in Guyish Central

  • Blue Mario
  • Harold Slikk
  • Mary Slikk

Seen in Mametchi's GotchiWorld

12 costumes were produced for each character, 4 for MaGwMaF, 4 for the streets and 4 for the Tamagotchi LIVE! shows. This is a reference to the old cartoon gag about being in two places at once, but taken up to three.

  • Mametchi
  • Memetchi
  • Mimitchi
  • Kuchipatchi
  • KuroMametchi
  • Maskutchi
  • Chamametchi
  • Spaceytchi

Seen in Peanuts Land

  • Charlie Brown
  • Lucy Van Pelt
  • Snoopy
  • Woodstock
  • Linus Van Pelt
  • Sally Brown
  • Pig-Pen
  • Peppermint Patty
  • Marcie

Seen in Comedy Land

Seen in Chrome's Land of Chromeyness

  • Chrome
  • Hope
  • Daccino
  • Nova

Seen in Pac-Land

  • Pac-Man
  • Mrs. Pac-Man
  • Jr. Pac-Man
  • Blinky
  • Inky
  • Pinky
  • Clyde
  • Woofa


Daytime Events

  • Touhou Mountain of Faith Parade (A Parade featuring the characters and the songs from Touhou 10: Mountain of Faith.)
  • The Drillimation Parade
  • The PB&J Otter Parade
  • The Guyish New Year Parade (Day version. More than 1,000,000 soldiers from around the world march around Guyish Central accompanied by soldier music. The parade lasts 4 hours, beginning at 9am and ending at 1pm. This occurs each January 1, and is the repeat of the night verson. Between 8:50am and 2:10pm, all rides in Guyish Central are closed to let soldiers march. Beginning with 2015, the music was set so that it could only be heard in Guyish Central. Signs are put up to attract other sections of GoAnimateLand, which remain open during the show. The MaGwMaF characters also wear military clothing during the parade)
  • Tamagotchi: Mametchi's Dance Party (a dance party in which all street characters dance on the streets while Tamagotchi-related songs play)

Nighttime Events

  • GoAnimateLand Lightworx Parade (Parody of Disney's Electrical Parade)
  • GoAnimateLand's Draw The Night (Parody of Disney's Paint The Night)
  • The Guyish New Year Parade (More than 1,000,000 soldiers from around the world march around Guyish Central accompanied by soldier music. The parade lasts 4 hours, beginning at 9pm and ending at 1am. This occurs each December 31. Between 8:50pm and 1:10am, all rides in Guyish Central are closed to let soldiers march. Beginning with 2015, the music was set so that it could only be heard in Guyish Central. Signs are put up to attract other sections of GoAnimateLand, which remain open during the show. The MaGwMaF characters also wear military clothing during the parade. In the 2015/16 edition, the park had a performance of The Motherf***ers, a Guyish rock and pop band formed in 2015, with soldiers dancing to the band while marching. Before this, the band signed up to perform in MGW. However, employees asked for the band to perform in Guyish Central while WaT? would play in the area.
  • Mametchi's Night Vision Parade (a parade in which the street characters parade around Mametchi's GotchiWorld with lights and glow-in-the-dark vehicles)

One-time events


  • At 11:50pm, on May 4, 1998, the park announced the opening of Pac-Land. 10 minutes later, the yellow ribbon was cut and all costumed characters and ride operators of the area danced to Pac-Man Fever with confetti shot all around the area. When the song ended, the confetti was trashed and all rides started normal operation. This occured in all areas except for Anaheim, California, due to a fixed map plan.
    • For Anaheim, it was only the ribbon cut and Pac-Man Fever. For this, none of the costumed characters were dancing.


  • A concert held by Psy was played live at Guyish Central during the release of the Gentleman music video, which occured on April 13, 2013. It began at 9pm and ended at 11:30pm.
  • An event of mourning for the closure of Toontown Online was held across all areas of the park except Harder Than Ever on September 19, 2013 at 11:59 AM. At that time, two loud sirens were produced from Guyish Central and Mametchi's GotchiWorld at 100 dB, causing other rides to stop functioning and all shows of Noodle Dance Party with PB&J Otter!, The PB&J Otter Live!, and Tamagotchi LIVE! to be interrupted. Guests on rides such as The Most Advanced Tamagotchi Ride Ever Made were allowed to exit when the first siren was produced. The first siren was produced at 11:59 AM and the second one was produced 35 minutes later, for the shutdown of the last server. Guests in Magical Land, Super Mario Land, World of Igor the Mii, Camp PB&J Otter, Touhouland, Guyish Central, GoCity Neighborhood, R.O.B.O. Land, Mametchi's GotchiWorld, Comedy Land and Pac-Land mourned while funeral music made to sound like those from TTO was played everywhere except Blue HQ, TamaInn, all restaurants, the Guyish Observation Tower, all gift shops, all motion simulators, all 4D attractions, R.O.B.O. VR Quest, Dimension 2, etc. An hour later, at 12:59 PM, the mourning ended and the park continued normal operation.


  • A "Boogie Fever" dance party was held at Mametchi's GotchiWorld for the release of Minions in July 10, 2015. The street versions of Mametchi, KuroMametchi, and Kuchipatchi along with several costumed Minions danced along with guests in the area.
  • Qualifications for the 2016 GoAnimateLand Cup were held in all four GoAnimate Stadiums.
  • On November 13, 2015, at 11:59pm, very very loud sirens were heard from the park causing all rides to close, all shops and restaurants to close, while not affecting Blue HQ or TamaInn. It was related to the 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris, which occured on that date. All parks will observe 3 days of mourning, with rides not operating 3 days and they will entirely close on November 16.
  • On April 1, 2015, it was announced that Pac-Land would be changed to a Ristar-themed area after planets like Planet Flora, Planet Scorch, and Planet Freon. This caused a major upset amongst Pac-Man fans, criticizing the park for doing this. The park later told them it was a joke because there was already one.


  • The 2016 GoAnimateLand Cup is held in GoAnimate Stadium in all four GoAnimateLands. During matches, the rides don't operate, all Tamagotchi LIVE! shows are cancelled, and the entrance is locked.
  • The Cross-State Race One will be held with the starting point being GoAnimateLand California and the finish point being the Times Square at the New York City. The race will last eight days and there are 8 splits, which marks the end of an eighth (which lasts one day), due to the length (2,783.6 miles/4480 km). The race is viewable from a giant screen at Guyish Central, enough to be also seen from the GOT.
  • A Watch Me Whip/Nae Nae from Silento occurred in Pac-Land, then Guyish Central, then Chrome's Land of Chromeyness, and finally Mametchi's GotchiWorld. where all the costume characters dance with the guests.
  • At the first second of 2016 (January 1, 2016, 0:00:00), more than 30,000 fireworks, totally weighing 100 metric tons, were displayed at the same time across RG. The park in Guy City launched more than 100 fireworks around its border at 11:55pm and they went off 5 seconds before 2016. At midnight January 1, 2016, the Guyish government banned pyrotechnics except fireworks and party poppers in order to prevent accidents. This set a new fictional world record in fireworks display. The Motherf***ers, at the same time, were playing a New Year's comedic song at the park, only stopping it at the 10 second countdown to watch the fireworks. At 9am on that date, the border line at the California park was cut. The practice was later joined by all other parks.

New Year speeches

During New Year speeches, the entrance is closed, the rides don't operate and all shows are closed. A Gotchish president (in Mametchi's GotchiWorld) and a Guyish or an American president (in Guyish Central) would arrive to the park each New Year, arriving to the park at 10:00pm, and preparing to say the speech at 11:55pm. This occurs since 1999. The speech lasts 4 minutes and 45 seconds, with a 15 second countdown said on radio at 11:59:45pm. At midnight, the clock (which displays 0:00) would blink and then disappear, only to return at 12:01:00am, showing 0:01. The blinking of the clock does not occur on dates except December 31. (Between December 30 and 31, the clock doesn't blink at midnight) This lists only notable speeches. As of now, the current Guyish president is Mark Harper (acting since 2004), with the current Gotchish president being Cosmotchi (acting since 1999).

  • At 11:55pm, on December 31, 1999 all rides stopped in Anaheim, California, due to a New Year speech by the Guyish president Romeo Richman (acted from 1996-2004), who said the speech live in Guyish Central (radios broadcasted the speech which closed all rides) from a president-like table saying that he wishes the park a happy new year. Five minutes after the speech began, soldiers played the Guyish national anthem (identical to Russian, 2000-present, but only text is different, played instrumental, and those in Mametchi's GotchiWorld played the Gotchish national anthem (it can be heard here, and with the original voices)) and after the anthem ended, fireworks were produced from the park and a Guyish and Gotchish band came to the park to hold a millennium concert. At that same time, a special show was shown at Tamagotchi LIVE! for those who were at the venue. After the fireworks ended, at 12:10am, rides continued operation and live shows continued. This was the first speech. Richman died on April 2, 2005 due to natural causes while in his sleep, at 6:35am. At 7am, all Guyish, American, and Gotchish TV stations aired the news piece that Richman died, with April 3 and 4 being two national days of mourning in RG.


  • The GoCity park in 2007 sued the creators of Guyish World, a Guyish animated television series, for negatively describing the city, as Pat Patson and Jane Rock (both fictional characters) rob and arrest Hung in 2015. However, the episode was not banned from airwaves as the park's map itself was not seen during it.

Incidents Occurred in GoAnimateLand

Main Article: List of incidents in GoAnimateLand


  • GoAnimateLand is an obvious parody of Disneyland and Universal Studios.
  • A 5-hour marathon tournament is shown on GCTV during summer, every day (from June 21 to the first day of school). It is aired live, and it is shown at 1:30pm, during when most of GCTV's shows are on a summer break.
  • In 2005, a video game based on the park called GoAnimateLand Manager (called GoAnimateLand Management Simulator for the Mac and Linux releases) was released.


  1. On days of mourning, a park closes all rides but keeps stores, restaurants and hotels open. This depends on country and city.


You can view the park's timeline here.

Park map gallery


You can view a list of commercials here.

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