Uploaded on Oct 8, 2007
I have created quite a few indoor things in Roller Coaster Tycoon 3, and I was thinking about what to do next when I thought of the idea of enclosing an entire theme park within a building.
It would have been extremely easy to just build a theme park, and then build a roof over the top of it, and I wanted to do something a bit more unusual.
This was the result, a theme park contained within a single building, but instead of building outwards and using more land, I built upwards. Basically this is a theme park on three levels.
The ground level (level 0) contains the following rides:
The Merry Go Round
The Crooked House
The Top Star
The 3D Cinema
The Motion Simulator
The upper level (level 1) contains the following rides:
The Chair Swing
The Rip Tide
And even a small roller coaster!
"The Inner Mine"
Excitement -- 7.26
Intensity -- 7.25
Nausea -- 4.16
The problem with the wooden wild mine roller coaster is that although the coaster type does allow you to have less space between levels of track, when filming, it looks as if the ride is going through the upper levels of track. You have to remember that the camera for filming is actually above the peeps. That is why I filmed from such a low vantage-point.
The roof of the building contains the following rides:
The Giant Slide
The Observation Tower
The Launched Free-fall.
The Swift, a small floor less Shuttle Coaster.
Excitement -- 6.73
Intensity -- 5.24
Nausea -- 2.36
And of course, the star attraction -- "The Building Dipper"
This is a Vertical Drop roller coaster. The ride plummets into the building, right down to the ground floor, and back up again, twice!
Excitement -- 6.06
Intensity -- 3.76
Nausea -- 1.71
The building has two stair-cases, and two lifts to transport people between the floors.
After I constructed this building, I placed a few other buildings around it to enhance the scenery. I also constructed a "sea front" area, to make it look like it is next to the sea.
As usual, no custom scenery or cheats were used.
This is avaliable to download at www.pc-stuff.co.uk.