Love that they included priority passes as part of the game, but a little disappointed that even at the highest level of priority, they still mix a few of the regular poor people in. I want a setting that drains the priority line before letting the regular folk pass.
Because I'm a dick like that.
Looks realistic to a degree they are grouping People Together. They ask how many is in your group in the priority line and the fill the other open slots with the Stand By Line. That's how I have seen things run at the Haunt at Worlds of Fun.
As for Lord Gonchar the Ride. It's a Stand By Only ride. Sorry!Last edited by Sawblade5, Monday, January 9, 2017 5:12 PM
Have you seen the thoughts at the info stand about the passes? They're hilarious.
I'm still playing around. I haven't even found guest thoughts yet.
Open the box for the info stand. It's on the first tab. Usually something about passes are for suckers.
Macho Man in the blue bandana is pissed. He's gonna jump on this forum and complain any second now.
The only thing I don't like about the priority passes is that you can't charge a ton of money for them. It's usually around $10 until they stop being profitable
Hey, let's ride (random Intamin coaster). What? It's broken down? I totally didn't expect that.
I almost wonder if its something that works better if the price of admission is high, and the cost per ride is low. This way, you're going to have long lines in your park, and its more worth their while. And, guests might not like buying a priority pass on top of paying for expensive rides.
I think that priority passes work similarly to the way they do in real life, but the caveat is that its odd that you can't charge much. Very few people buy them in real life as well, despite how cool they are. So in a sense, it gives you a little extra revenue that you wouldn't be getting otherwise, and it seems like nobody gets angry or jealous of the people who use it in the game. And I'm not sure if the game engine is this advanced, but it might help optimize guest happiness, as the guests who will get very angry waiting in line buy them, but the ones who are more apathetic to waiting in line will just gladly wait in the longer line.
Again, the main issue is the price. The $10-15 that you can get barely cover the operating costs of the Kiosks.
Do the users get yelled at by the have-nots? That would be authentic.
I think that the closest that you get is a thought bubble that says, "I really wish I had a priority pass." Which is ironic because then they'll think that $10 is too much when they're $25 a ride.
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