Since this quarantine business is keeping us all home for some time, I've dug deep and got back into working on my park despite claiming I was "done with" the game. I still work at a snails pace when it comes to building things (being a perfectionist and all) and I'm still a long ways away from finishing it. But I've come to terms with my insecurities about my work compared to the truly ungodly creators out there. SO, even if this doesn't get much traffic on here, I figured what the hell. Might as well share it with other coaster nuts who are desperate for resuming to our normal enthusiast lifestyles.
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Current state of the park:
Finished the inverted coaster "Nova". The custom supports took a while.
Finished the Antique Cars
Took me forever to get this building design to where I was happy with it.
The pizza restaurant attached to it.
Another area that took me a while to figure out. Almost done in this area.
The "boardwalk" section is coming along.
The spinning coaster "Whirlpool".
I wanted to go for a midway game feel with this even though they don't have midway style games in the.....game. Would be a cool future update.
The Western area is still a work in progress but the log flume "BuzzSaw Plummet" is done.
The "action zone" section. This will take a while for me to figure out how I want the whole area to look. But making progress.
Every park needs an S&S combo tower. Even though the game version of the ride doesn't use compressed air (it uses a huge piston.....which is weird to me).
Decided to make another entrance.....because why not?
The tower ride is based off a Huss model which didn't really make its way over to the US, which is why it looks weird to us.
Anyway, your attention to detail is amazing. All of your rides are extremely realistic. I hope you upload that to the workshop soon!
Never knew that about Huss. I know Frontier Development is based in the UK so it makes sense as it did when RCT1 came out with a lot of popular European rides, coasters and parks.
As far as when my park will be on the workshop, I wouldn't count on it for a while. I don't really work on it for long periods of time and I usually work on it when I get an idea for an area or an attraction. But thanks, I try to stay within a realm of realism with my layout and rides.
The Board Walk section is almost done. Loving how the area is shaping up.
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