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"Lemmings" was one of the best video games of the early 1990s. The objective of the highly addictive game is to guide a group of lemmings safely through a number of obstacles (including water, fire, and nasty traps) by making them climb, dig, build, float (using an umbrella) and more.

 

Lemmings is my favorite game together with RollerCoaster Tycoon. So what do you get when you combine them both?

 

+ = ?

 

The answer: a wild mouse rollercoaster with a Lemmings theme!

 

Oh No! Wild Lemmings

 

 

(Click to enlarge.)

 

 

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>>Download.<<

 

Custom scenery used: Xtreme97 - Base Blocks 2012

(Open the park file to import the base blocks.)

 

Let's Go!

NieSch

 

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No Lemmings fans here?

 

Funny thing is Lemmings was created by a company called DMA Design. Today, that company is known as Rockstar North, the makers of Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption, among others.

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I like the coaster design! Never played the game though Are you planning to build these in real life? I think you should show them to companies or people who can get them up!

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Are you planning to build these in real life? I think you should show them to companies or people who can get them up!

 

LOL! Maybe if I win the lottery someday. And I'm not sure rollercoaster manufacturers use RCT designs for inspiration...

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Inspired by the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil...

 

 

...and the classic video game "Sensible Soccer"...

 

 

...I present:

 

Festa Do Futebol (Brasil 2014)

 

 

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Custom scenery used: Xtreme97 - Base Blocks 2012

(Open the park file to import the base blocks.)

 

>>Download.<<

 

Enjoy the World Cup!

NieSch

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New:

 

El Trueno (The Thunder)

 

 

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- Inspired by PortAventura's Mine Train Rollercoaster El Diablo (The Devil) with multiple lift hills.

- Runs safely with three trains due to the block brake system. (High capacity.)

- No expansion pack or custom scenery needed. Only the Mine Train Rollercoaster and Mine Theming.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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>>Download.<< (RCT2)

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Pleasure Islands

 

 

>>Download.<<

 

Pleasure Islands is a large park consisting of 20 small islands that I built in 2004. (You may recognize some rollercoasters in it from this thread.) Both RCT2 expansion packs are required for opening the saved game. Enjoy!

 

Some more screenshots:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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OK, let me start with a simple WOW. This topic should be pinned as an example of how to showcase RCT. Outstanding in every way possible. Pictures, videos, downloads. Fantastic.

 

This has got to be one of the most professional looking topics EVER! Your designs are awesome, your themes for them are perfect and the way you have presented them here is on a level I have never had the privilege to view before in these forums.

 

Thank you so much for your time and effort.

 

- Daniel

 

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I was wondering if you take out the TT, & WW stuff out of Pleasure Islands so I can explore it! it looks FANTASTIC! Also I like your Coaster Designs!

 

Thanks! And I'm sorry, but I can't do that. There's a lot of TT & WW stuff in the park and even if I could take it all out, I think it still wouldn't work with RCT2 only. (Can't you get the expansion packs very cheaply nowadays?)

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