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  1. It's definitely possible. With the recent Shanghai resort construction along with "recent" resorts like Hong Kong, I wouldn't be surprised if they took Disney to India in the coming future. Other countries however, not so sure. I think at this point it's more likely for a new park to be built in the Florida space rather than a whole other resort so soon to Shanghai.
  2. It's like the re-name of Drenched at Oakwood. People are still riding it even though there was an incident. However maybe there will be a difference in comparison due to the amount of coverage the smiler received.
  3. I doubt the park will be able to market a wooden coaster now. Or for that matter any new roller coaster without the Smiler incident coming back.
  4. I, for one, think this is a fantastic start. There's an ordered layout to the park that as I can see would work well in a real park scenario. The Arrow coaster in the foreground has a brilliant layout and at first I thought it was a CT. The first drop is exceptionally well composed. I see the creativity you have with the game in the very right where you have a stadium. Using the paths to elevate the 'seats' works very well, although a little sparse. There is also a good ratio of flat rides and roller coasters aimed at both families and thrill seekers, something that a lot of rct3 park makers don't think of. I see you as a very mature player who thinks critically about what your theme park should include, restraining ideas you may have that would have been awesome but would not have worked in this scenario. There is also a great range of coasters between wood and steel, and to what people they market towards. Speaking more critically, you may want to use more of a variety of trees in your park. They really spice it up and add colour to the park. Your pathways are also rather bare which can be improved by adding benches, bins and other items the game has to offer, but don't go over board! The park is also very flat. Maybe try raising some ground and using terraforming more, especially on the log flume (to possibly create a mountain) or where the mine train is. Also, terrapainting goes a long way in making your park look good which I see throughout your park, however more use of it would improve the look of the park. This park has a lot of potential. Yes, unable to critique.... Also, answering your question which has seem to be discarded, my vote will go to District of Fun.
  5. Just simply, which ride is wetter? Valhalla or Bilge rat barges. This isn't much if a discussion thread but just a quick poll to settle an argument.
  6. Two years late but thank you guys. I really miss this park. I've realized how much I have grown up more than anything looking back over these very few pages. The Park file is long gone. Lost on another computer long forgotten. And the people who helped me by commenting and helping out, which have proved to be great friends, a tremendous thanks to them. After this file couldn't open due to lag, I went about making a new Marine World which would be better in every way. Although I couldn't find the inspiration to complete it after I first posted it on another rct3 site. Maybe finding this thread again will give me new inspiration to build something new and stick to it. Something I am a complete stranger to. Who knows? But all in all, thanks to everyone. Shot0234.bmp
  7. ^ Additionally, the Swarm is a walk on around 3pm. Everyone goes to it in the morning and forgets about it later in the day because you have to go back round the front of the park to get to it. The pizza hut buffet is the best place to eat! But not during lunch hours.
  8. It's just a roller coaster. I really don't see the point of all these arguments. I don't see why people who haven't ridden it are complaining about it since they always get annoyed when people who haven't ridden a new coaster give crap about it.
  9. I personally thought the Smiler was alright. Not fantastic but still fun. The Pause in the middle was quite cool as it says out loud 'Half Way Corrected' which is quite humorous. The last three inversions were brutal. I actually left Alton two days ago enjoying Th13teen more than the other rides. In the back you get some great airtime!
  10. The trim on Montu just before the batwing really kills the ride for me. Although the rest is fantastic!
  11. Sadly, Rct3 interest on TPR has decreased alot over the past year.
  12. It was a joke. Tommes is a very respected rct3 player and I love to see his parks on the forum. I wasn't being rude.
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