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Very nice designs, but have you ever built an dueling woodie? It would be very awesome!

 

You can find one in Pleasure Islands:

 

 

I don't think it's good enough though. I might make a better version of it someday. Just like I did with some other coasters you can find in that park. (Duelling Dragsters, ROAR!)

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Supernova RCT2 version

 

 

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Please read this first before you download:

 

The .zip file contains the track design (.TD6) and a saved game "Supernova (testing ground)".

 

The Supernova coaster design needs the "8 Cars per Trainer" to function. The saved game doesn't.

 

After placing Supernova in your park, this is how you change the lift hill speed to 40mph (64 km/h):

 

- download and/or open "8 Cars per Trainer"

- click "Rides -> Edit Rides"

- select "Ride # -> Supernova (NieSch)"

- set "Lift Speed -> 40"

- click "-> Apply -> OK"

 

>>Download.<<

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The Dragon

 

 

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The Dragon makes use of a very special technique. The train goes back and forth through the station until it gains enough speed from the lift hill boosters to travel the complete circuit.

 

Guests who are not brave enough to defy The Dragon can enjoy the view from the roof of the castle.

 

 

 

 

>>Download.<<

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The secret of The Dragon lies in changing the amount of "circuits" to the right number, in combination with the lift hill boosters.

 

 

5 circuits is the right amount for letting the train go through the full circuit (the four inversions) one time.

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