Mountaineer Express

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Trackwalker
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Mountaineer Express

Post by Trackwalker » Thu Jun 21, 2012 12:42 pm

Ride the Mountaineer Express, a 490 ft high fantasy coaster.
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Re: Mountaineer Express

Post by Paul Drabek » Thu Jun 21, 2012 4:19 pm

Wow, just wow! That's one amazing ride. It sure puts any of my rides to shame. How did you get the barn, ferris wheel and bridge spans? If they're not hand made is there any way to get copies of them and to be able to import them into other rides. Scenery extras like those would make building coasters a whole lot more fun.

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Re: Mountaineer Express

Post by CoasterDemon » Thu Jun 21, 2012 5:22 pm

Wholy Guacamoly Batman!

Insane. Loved every second of it. All that and a triple down!

This ride is epic! An extreme variety coaster. The bridges were great, too!

Imagine that bad boy with only lap bars. It's all about lap bars with me, I know.

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Re: Mountaineer Express

Post by Trackwalker » Sun Jul 29, 2012 6:44 pm

Hi. The bridges comes with the No Limits program and you can size them and turn them. The barn station was hand built with free nodes and wood connections so it can't be imported to other tracks. Also the Ferris Wheel was made the same way. I like making giant fantasy coasters. Glad you liked it. I hear that NL-2 will have a bigger environment so I'll be able to build even higher fantasy coasters.
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