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Thursday, January 18, 2007 10:49 PM
I never played RCT2 until just recently (I played a little RCT when it first came out). Taking a look inside the Coasterbuzz Games section, I see that there is approximately 2500 or so track designs there for RCT2 alone. Obviously I don't want them all, and I really don't want to pick through them 1 by 1 either, so...
Who are the best authors of tracks that I should download?
Friday, January 19, 2007 12:58 PM
Man I keep trying but I just can't get back into this game. I start building a park and just get tired of it. Having to sort thru 1000's of pieces of custom and ww tt scenery doesnt help either. Rct 3 didnt like my computer so I never got into it.
Those Lord Gonchar tracks are great. I have a bunch there as well. Mine are mostly realistic layouts(coasters I think look like they could be built in the real world) with simple stations for plug and play use. I also uploaded many of the coaster at Paramount's Carowinds, again with simple stations. My screen name there is the same here john13601. My parks are the Kimberly Lake parks.
Friday, January 19, 2007 1:09 PM
Also look out for Kick The Sky
I've considered reinstalling RCT2, but I just don't have it in me anymore. RCT3 killed my love for the series. Just brutally unfun to play. I even tried to suck it up and force my way through it at first...I think I made 30 or so RCT3 files when it was released hoping to find a groove or some underlying value to the game and ending up just quitting and uninstalling it.
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Friday, January 19, 2007 1:34 PM
^^I'm still playing & RCT2 & as usal finding myself with a bad case of builders block whenever I start a new park....although the game has taken somewhat of a backseat lately ever since I started playing Chris Sawyer's Locomotion.
Friday, January 19, 2007 2:31 PM
I liked RCT2 (six flags edition). I've played RCT3 and have the waterpark exp, but just can't get into it. I mean, it's riding the rides, but not as good.
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