1400ft tall RMC HybridWednesday, March 6, 2019 10:23 AM
Too short. Needs more scenery.
Kidding, of course. That's insane. I don't own Planet Coaster, but I can appreciate the crazy amount of time this must have taken. I find it hilarious that it takes a full 3 minutes just to get to the first big (like, impossibly big) drop. Do you have any aerial screenshots of the entire coaster? Will it even render everything when trying to get the entire thing on the screen?
What exactly is the time commitment to build something like this?
Ill have to take some aerial shots.
Eh, one trick pony.
Quick! Call Busch Gardens Tampa before it’s too late!
What's your cell-phone policy?Last edited by OhioStater, Wednesday, March 6, 2019 8:50 PM
We have a place for you to mount your phone to shoot a POV of your ride.
Games like Planet Coaster are great for those who want to build fantasy coasters that would never be built in real life. I can appreciate that.
I like the floating mountains.
It would be fun to try and figure out how much money a coaster like this would cost to build in real life. We'd have to use current technology for the floating mountains, of course. Maybe "hang" some vines on them of something. The bubbles, and the shark, could be projections onto a sheet of smoke or fog. We'd need some kind of technology to cool the wheels during the ride, especially after a drop like that.
I wouldn't think that five billion would be too much to guess.
I actually assumed the underwater effects were done basically how you described.
That looks like fun. I'd ride it.
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