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Forest Thrills (RCT2)

Postby simaticable » Sun Nov 13, 2011 1:20 pm

September 8, 1993

Andrew Bennet announced earlier this week that Thrill Gardens Inc. will be building a new park.

Bennet said in an interview, "After the success of Thrill Gardens, we felt that we should expand our markets. Forest Thrills Amusement Park is what we were wanting."

Construction has already begun and will conclude by the end of the year. Opening day is scheduled to be early 1994.

No word yet on a general manager of the park yet.

Rides include:

Eagle Quest: a Vekoma swinging suspended coaster with floorless cars.

Sky Tower: a double deck observation tower

Sky Wheel: an Enterprise ride

Carousel : a classic carousel ride

Laser Tag : a laser tag arena

Rowing Boats : allows guests to row a boat in the lake

Forest Railway : a railroad that circles all of the major rides including Eagle Quest and travels under the path
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Laser Tag, Carousel, and the entry to Forest Thrills
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Entrance to Forest Pass
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Forest Railway Station
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Overview of Forest Thrills
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Re: Forest Thrills (RCT2)

Postby B.A.B » Thu Nov 17, 2011 4:45 pm

Well so far your park is okay. I have a few problems to point out in those pictures though. Well the entrance should have some type of a extending roof on boths ends of the path with the turnstyles. Also you should experiment or make some turnstyles out of cs, because the turnstyles you have have a very bad texture that doesn't fit the games texture. Also I think the rowing boats you have shouldn't go back and fourth becuase it unrealstic. I really like your park though, but if you just make those changes I pointed out it would look much better. Also you should look at my parks I made, you could improve alittle from them. I improved from looking at other people parks.

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Re: Forest Thrills (RCT2)

Postby simaticable » Thu Nov 24, 2011 11:54 am

Happy Thanksgiving! =)
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November 24, 1994

A new coaster has been announced for 1995! After a successful first season overseen by Bennet, Thrill Gardens Inc. announced a new coaster for Forest Thrills. Created by Anton Schwarzkoph, who created the American Screamer at Thrill Gardens, Forest Gardens will look to the sky for Jet Screamer, a Jet Star coaster that will race riders around the track at close to 40 mph! Construction of the ride began in mid season and ended last week. Testing has since begun. Jet Screamer is located right behind Sky Wheel and is officially not a part of Forest Pass.

Andrew also announced a new General Manager of Forest Thrills while he continues to run Thrill Gardens and the company. The new manager has been announced as Christopher Edwards. Edwards will consult with Bennet on any decision regarding Forest Thrills and will run daily operations for the park.

Bumper Cars were also added to the park. The track for the boats were removed. The turnstiles were removed and a cover was added to the entrance. Christopher Edwards said that there is a special card that guests receive when they park that allows them to enter the park without using the turnstile. If they don't have a card, then they won't be admitted, and an alarm will go off as an electric field will be activated that will force that guest to stay there. There is a special machine that identifies the card and allows the guest through. Sky Tower received a new cabin that allows for a more private ride. Also, Sky Wheel received a new queue covering.

Rumors are saying that the railroad might close mid season to began construction on the track. Also a new construction zone has begun across the railroad. Rumors are saying that it could mean a new roller coaster or a new area. No plans have been released as of yet.
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Re: Forest Thrills (RCT2)

Postby B.A.B » Fri Nov 25, 2011 8:02 pm

Wow I see you took my advice, the entrance looks better now and the boats look more realistic, keep up the good work. ;)

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Re: Forest Thrills (RCT2)

Postby BaMiTsPaT » Fri Nov 25, 2011 10:17 pm

I love the suspended coaster, but I don't like how close the attractions are to the park entrance.
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Re: Forest Thrills (RCT2)

Postby simaticable » Fri Nov 25, 2011 10:34 pm

BaMiTsPaT wrote:I love the suspended coaster, but I don't like how close the attractions are to the park entrance.


Can you tell me what rides I should move? Also, thanks for the coaster compliment. :)
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Re: Forest Thrills (RCT2)

Postby simaticable » Sun Jan 01, 2012 3:08 pm

Happy New Year, TPR! Have a safe, healthy, and happy 2012!

Wow, it's been a while since the last post, and I am very sorry that I couldn't continue this park for a while. Many events have occurred that disabled me from continuing, and now I am able to continue where I left off. I had finals, went to Chicago, had no internet, and now I am stuck in the North Georgia Mountains.

Bad news: Thrill Gardens will be on hiatus because I can't think of any more ideas for the park.

Anyways, on to the first update of Forest Thrills of 2012.
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May 19, 1995

So, where to begin. I redid everything in the park. I changed the layout of Forest Pass to create the area for the new Mining Town.

Mining Town currently holds Forest Mining Co. which is an Arrow Mine Train. Even though a fire caused one of Arrow's creations at Thrill Gardens to be removed, we thought that Arrow had no fault in the fire, so we contacted them for a new creation.

The railroad was removed, but rumors have started that there could be a monorail system or a rail system at the park soon.

The Bumpers Cars received a new building.

We have made a partnership with McDonald's in order to provide fast food to the park.

Turnstiles were added to the entrance of the park.
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More ride locations
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Jet Screamer got new paint on the roof to match the patriotic theme
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New entrance between Forest Pass and Mining Town
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Re: Forest Thrills (RCT2)

Postby molemaster43 » Sun Jan 01, 2012 4:08 pm

Loving this park. It is looking great. Keep up the good work.
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Re: Forest Thrills (RCT2)

Postby simaticable » Sun Jan 15, 2012 9:22 pm

Hey guys! Thrill Gardens will be back within the next few minutes. More details of the resurrection on Thrill Garden's page.
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January 6, 1996

Forest Thrills has announced an expansion to the current Mining Town area. Two new rides have been added to make Mining Town larger. Both are located next to Forest Mining Co. An elevator ride called Mine Lift, and a shaking ride called Minequake will join the coaster as the two new flats to Forest Thrills.

At the top of Mine Lift, shops will be added, so guests could shop and eat with a nice view of the entire park.

Next year's teaser: "It's fast, it's tall, and it will take your breath away! Get ready because you will never know when it will arrive!"
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Re: Forest Thrills (RCT2)

Postby RCTrioFan » Sun Jan 15, 2012 9:34 pm

Nice park. Itsok but it needs more wide paths or a more buildings t,o much empty space

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