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    I teach at the school of donkey!
  1. Hi all. Back with a new update. It did take a little while to update considering the size of what I added. Sorry about that, this week has been really busy. This update will show a new area including a new coaster. I also added some small details to Big Thunder and Freedom Plaza. Some areas are still open, but those will be filled as the park grows. I made the picture's demensions 750x450 so hopefully it fits. Thanks for the feedback so far, hopefully this update gives more to comment on. Big Thunder detail 1 750x450.bmp We'll start with Big Thunder. Mostly because it's the quickest to get
  2. Hi all. It's been about 5 years since I last logged into this account. My last private message was 2013 so that should give you an idea. Anyway, through those years RCT3, and roller coasters in general, got lost in the shuffle. Sports, class, parties, and the like took most of my time. Which happens to most college/high school aged kids. Now that I have more free time, I decided to make a comeback to RCT3. I wish I could do this on Planet Coaster but the game is virtually unplayable on my laptop. The parks I used to post on here were disasters. No other way to describe it. The updates
  3. This looks awesome! I loved IOA when I visited. And this recreation really does the park justice. Awesome job!
  4. Hansa looks like a beautiful place. I really hope some American parks start to take notes from European parks.
  5. Call me crazy, but somewhere in NY. Maybe 25-30 minutes outside of NYC. I know Great Adventure is close but there are tons of tourists in NYC, as we all know. If you think about it, people would make a small trip to the park. SFGAd is about an hour and 15 minutes from NYC depending on traffic. Since I live 5 minutes from the George Washington Bridge, I kind of have some experience. That's just me. I personally think it would be successful.
  6. I really wish I knew. I visited Myrtle Beach a month after it closed for good. -.- But it seems like the Mine Train model is the only good coaster made by Vekoma! But I do like Great Nor'Easter and Sidewinder because of those new trains.
  7. I honestly can see Time Machine heading to Kentucky Kingdom. From what I heard, they're looking to build a coaster that's about 150 feet tall, which Time Machine is. Also, it would fit where Chang once stood. I'm not sure, but it seems like a great fit to me.
  8. Welcome to my work thread! I will be showcasing all of my RCT3 projects. The only exception would be a timeline park but I don't plan on making one for a while. Well, that's it enjoy the projects! Also, I didn't use the David Walsh cheat on the pictures. You are just going to have to deal with it for the first update. The 1st project I will be showcasing is Hillview Gardens Amusement Park. It is a HUGE WIP. I'm making this park in "sections". If that's what you want to call them. I'm pretty much creating a coaster, and basing an area off of the coaster. They will all be connected eventuall
  9. Well, the good news is that each appears to be getting some cool new additions next year, so we're certain that crowd levels will be a bit more than usual. SFGAm has that new Goliath being installed and KI has Banshee. Do you have a favorite type of coaster that you prefer over others (i.e. Giga steel, inverted, flying, wooden, etc.)? I've always preferred wooden coasters actually. That's why I've been recently leaning toward SFGAm recently. But, the problem is the amount of time it takes to get there. I'm not 100% percent sure what you mean by the make up of my family. If this is what yo
  10. The woodie looks really nice! I love that you aren't using custom scenery! Great park so far!
  11. I like this so far! I love how the Arrow Looper is over the water. Kinda reminds me of Loch Ness Monster. Great Work!
  12. I think V2 also but Stunt Fall at Warner Bros. Madrid was built in 2002. At the time, it was owned by Six Flags. So a Vekoma GIB isn't totally out of the question.
  13. Hi guys. I'm trying to convince my parents to take me and my sister to a new park next year. We only traveled to Hershey and SFA so far this year. I always want to visit a park that I've never visited before each year. I've narrowed down my list to 3 parks. Kings Island, Dollywood, or Six Flags Great America. SFGAm is kind of a long shot but with a lot of begging it might happen. Especially after the Goliath announcement. KI could be an option since we made the trip to Cedar Point a couple of years ago. That leaves, Dollywood. This is probably the best option because one of my mom's friend
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