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Re: -G The RCT Park

Post by ahoffman50 » Sun Jan 10, 2010 1:31 pm

That sounds great! I cannot wait to see pictures.
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Re: -G The RCT Park

Post by IndianaJoe » Sun Jan 10, 2010 2:58 pm

I'm very interested in seeing what creative images comes from this.
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Re: -G The RCT Park

Post by Sora » Tue Jan 12, 2010 7:18 am

Yes, can you put up some screenshots? :)

EDIT: Paul, have you heard of The Amazing Earl? He's done some recreations of rides which weren't included in the game, e.g. Traver's Tumblebug, Tilt-A-Whirls, diving bells and even a swimming pool!

http://ae.rctspace.com/List-Frames.htm

There's also this funky thing called "Dream Woodie Coaster". It's a different type of train for the wooden coaster where people put their hands up on the drops and lean to the sides on the curves. :D

Also, Steve Franks did a Masterbench for all his recreations which has a lot of scenery built in:

http://forums.rctspace.com/index.php?ap ... showcat=43

If you haven't heard of him, he's done some truly excellent recreations of old and new coasters, including the Rye Airplane and Belmont Giant Dippper, Steel Dragon 2000, and the three Traver coasters: the Rocky Glen Jazz Railway, Crystal Beach Cyclone and the Sesquicentennial Cyclone...plus a few Flying Turns rides, 2 Ticklers, various log flumes and Buzzsaw Falls! Some of his recreations can be found here:

http://forums.rctspace.com/index.php?ap ... showcat=49

and I'll find out what's happened to the rest of them. :D

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Re: -G The RCT Park

Post by Sora » Mon Feb 01, 2010 11:18 am

Any news on this, or is Bond still hogging the machine? :P

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Re: -G The RCT Park

Post by Paul Drabek » Mon Feb 01, 2010 7:14 pm

I have been busy and yes Bond has been hogging the machine playing all the RCT he can.

I'll probably get back to it after we get the -G Forums 2.0 up and running.

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Re: -G The RCT Park

Post by Sora » Mon May 17, 2010 1:34 am

What about having it as a community-built park? That way each person gets to build their own area rather than you doing all the work single-handed. :)

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Re: -G The RCT Park

Post by BobbalishBobbus » Thu Jul 01, 2010 1:38 pm

I call dibs on a bunch of nostalgic old stuff.....starting with a megasized version of the Crystal Beach Cyclone....I've made whole parks dedicated to that ride...making each woodie with as many twists and psychotic spine jarring sections as possible...not a speck of straight track in sight
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