JNELC’s partner nWave unveils new 4D/3D attraction film “Meg and the Lost Scepter”

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JNELC’s partner nWave revealed a new attraction film based on its latest blockbuster during IAAPA Expo Orlando.

nWave is the leading independent company in 4D/3D animation and they produce feature films, large format films, ride simulation and attraction films.

Brussels (Belgium), Monday, December 5, 2022- nWave announces the addition of Meg and the Lost Scepter, another 3D/4D attraction, to its critically-acclaimed film catalog.

The animation studio unveiled its latest title at the IAAPA Orland convention. Meg and the Lost Scepter is derived from nWave’s ninth animated feature film, Chickenhare and the Hamster of Darkness. The 3D/4D attraction tells the story of the full-length feature but this time through the eyes of Meg.

Meg, a skunk expert in martial arts, embarks on a great adventure after making some new friends, Chickenhare and Abe. Together, they set out to find a forgotten relic, the Scepter of the Hamster of Darkness. Chases, quicksands and menacing piggies armies, the attraction film promises a thrilling experiences for visitors of theme parks, attraction parks, family entertainment centers and more…

“We’re very happy to have launched Meg and the Last Scepter at IAAPA. The enthusiastic feedback we’ve received has been thrilling and we had fun reworking our latest animated feature Chickenhare and the Hamster of Darkness into a vibrant 4D attraction through the lens of our favourite skunk; Meg. Audiences really seem to connect with this intrepid, determined daredevil. Seeing her impact on our community is the best reward for us”. – Alexandre Milazzo, Marketing and Communication Coordinator.

About nWave Studios:

For over 25 years, nWave Studios has been a market leader in the production and distribution of high quality and innovative 4D/3D attraction films, 3D/2D ride simulation films and 3D/2D educational documentaries for giant-screen theatres and digital 3D cinemas. nWave’s award-winning digital animation studio launched its first feature-length film, Fly Me to the Moon in 2008, and is set to release its tenth feature, The Inseparables, in 2023. nWave is headquartered in Brussels, Belgium, with North American sales offices in California.

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For additional information, please contact:

Alexandre Milazzo

Marketing & Communication Coordinator

+32 2 793 79 65


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