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Planet Coaster

#21
The beta so far have no Impact on my PC Grid, I enjoy placing themes, and building Tunnels of my Park for Any transport rides! The Lighting Effects are amazing, and the music!
 
#22
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The beta so far have no Impact on my PC Grid, I enjoy placing themes, and building Tunnels of my Park for Any transport rides! The Lighting Effects are amazing, and the music!
Good Game + Good Music = Planet coaster
 

StageFrenzy

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Original Poster
#23
I've uploaded 7 or 8 naked "coasters" so far to the workshop. I really enjoy making small coasters that I know people can use because it will fit in any park.
 

Jahona

Well-Known Member
#24
Launch Trailer for Planet Coaster is out. Also Rock Paper Shotgun gave it high praises. I'm resisting purchasing this game until next payday....


With steam workshop integration it's only a matter of time before we see a pretty decent Disney Park.
 

StageFrenzy

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Original Poster
#26
Launch Trailer for Planet Coaster is out. Also Rock Paper Shotgun gave it high praises. I'm resisting purchasing this game until next payday....


With steam workshop integration it's only a matter of time before we see a pretty decent Disney Park.
There was a DLP park in the alpha workshop. Their BTTMR recreation was pretty cool.
 

StageFrenzy

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Original Poster
#27
Been a while since I posted on this game. They recently updated the game and gave player the ability to turn off scenery collision. The game can still be very fiddley and time consuming to really theme up an attraction. Once done, things look great though. There are a lot of youtube videos of attractions that people have made. This person has some pretty neat Disney attractions.

 

fox_198

Well-Known Member
#32
I don't see this kind of game working on console. Frontier (developers of PC and RCT3) once tried bringing a theme park simulator to consoles with the Thrillville series, but it was extremely limited and ended up being not very good. Though controls were only just one issue with those games.