- "Too bad you can't ride the Screamer because what would be better than riding a 100 year-old rollercoaster made out of wood?"
- ―Grand Theft Auto IV Manual description.
The Screamer is a roller coaster featured in Grand Theft Auto IV.
It is located at the Funland theme park in Firefly Island, Broker. The wooden rollercoaster ride was built by drunken Europeans in 1908, and is 85 feet tall. It is heavily based on the Coney Island Cyclone. The player cannot ride the rollercoaster during the events of the game, although at the highest point of the rollercoaster, a Flying Rat can be found.
The ride is mentioned on Tavell Clinton's LifeInvader account, where in one of his updates, he mentions he took a ride on the rollercoaster that day. This could suggest that the Screamer was opened back up between 2008 and 2013.
- The name 'Screamer' is a term used for a person who often screams during intercourse.
- Although the player technically cannot ride the Screamer, there are means of "riding" it with a car. The northern side of the coaster has a section that reaches the ground, and it has no railing, so the player can take a car and "ride" the Screamer.